Undergraduate

Maps and travel

Our undergraduate Open Days at Queen Mary University of London can attract over 6,000 visitors.

Travel information

For both our Mile End and Whitechapel campus car parking for visitors is not offered on our campus and due to our central location we strongly advise visitors to use public transport when visiting us. Local parking restrictions also apply on weekdays and weekends. There are very limited blue badge holder spaces available. Please request your spot by completing the online form.

Mile End campus - Tube

Mile End road

Stepney Green tube station is on the District and Hammersmith and City lines. Turn left out of the station and walk along Mile End Road for approximately 5 minutes until you reach the East Gate on your left.

Mile End tube station is on the Central line. Turn left out of the station, cross over the junction, walk under the bridge and along Mile End Road for approximately 2 minutes. You will see the East Gate on the opposite side of the road.

The East Gate will be recognisable by a big 'Queen Mary' banner on the wall next to it.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Transport for London Status update for Saturday 5 October:

  • District Line: No service between Aldgate East and West Ham. Replacement buses will operate
  • Hammersmith & City Line: There will be no service on the whole line

We advise using the Central Line to travel to Mile End tube station to reach the Open Day on Saturday 5 October.

Please use the Transport for London Journey Planner to help you plan your journey: https://tfl.gov.uk/plan-a-journey/ 

Mile End campus - Bus

The Mile End campus is based on Mile End Road, on the 25 and 205 bus routes, with a stop right outside the campus.

Whitechapel campus - Tube

The Whitechapel campus (where the School of Medicine and Dentistry will be located for our Open Days) is easily accessible via public transport, with the Whitechapel Underground station on London Underground's Hammersmith and City and District lines, just a five minute walk away. The Crossrail Elizabeth line is also expected to open later this year connecting west and east London, making it easier to travel to Whitechapel from Reading all the way across to Shenfield.

Whitechapel tube station is located opposite the Whitechapel campus (you will exit the station via Court St). Walk down Court Street and cross the Whitechapel road where you'll see sign to the campus.

Whitechapel campus - Bus

The Whitechapel campus is based on Whitechapel Road, on the 25 and 205 bus routes, with a stop right outside the campus.