UCL Engineering


How to find us

University College London Here East Building on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Getting to UCL Here East

Main activities: 15 July
Address: 14 East Bay Lane, London, E15 2GW (Print Map)

University College London Marshgate Building in Stratford on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Getting to UCL Marshgate

Main activities: 16 - 17 July
Address: 7 Siding Street, Stratford, London, E20 2AE (Print Map)

University College London Person-Environment-Activity Research Laboratory

Getting to UCL PEARL

Main activities: 17 July
Address: Yew Tree Avenue, Dagenham, RM10 7FN (Print Map)

University College London main campus in Bloomsbury

Getting to UCL Bloomsbury

Main activities: 18 - 20 July
Address: 20 Bedford Way, London WC1H 0AL (Print Map)

Travelling to London

London is well-served by transport links, both for travelling to and from London from the UK, Europe and the wider world, as well as for getting around the city.  UCL has locations across the city with the main campus locations in central and east London areas. There are easy connections to UCL from London’s global hub airports at Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted and you will find that London’s extensive public transport system is convenient and easy to use.

Travelling to UCL

Whilst it is possible to travel to UCL by car, parking is typically difficult and expensive and so we would generally recommend using public transport to get to us. Please see our website for the wide range of public transport options for getting to UCL.

Check before you leave

We would always recommend planning your journey to UCL and checking the status of public transport networks before you depart.  Transport for London offers an excellent Journey Planner Tool at www.tfl.gov.uk that can help you plan your journey.