Location and Travel

UWTSD Birmingham banner in white text on a dark background next to the UWTSD coat-of-arms.

We have two locations in Birmingham

  • Quay Place
  • Sparkhill

See below for details how to get to each location:

Quay Place

A big square building made from red brick in the style of the industrial revolution overlooking a canal.

Quay Place
Victoria House
Edward Street
Birmingham
B1 2RA

See a map of the Quay Place location

By Train

The Quay Place Campus is around one mile from New Street Station, which has cross country links as far north as Edinburgh, and south as far as Penzance, Southampton, Cardiff, Swansea and London Euston. For connections from Wolverhampton to central Birmingham use the West Midlands Tram.

By Bus

New Street Train Station is serviced by bus routes that will drop you off near the campus. Services 126 or 12 towards Dudley or the 23 Platinum towards Bartley Green all stop at the National Indoor Arena bus stop, which is a short walk from the university campus. 

Cycling

You can find traffic-free cycle routes in Birmingham, including on-road cycle lanes and canal towpaths. To plan your journey see the city's walking and cycling map. Lock your bike in the designated racks on campus.  

Parking

Parking facilities can be accessed underneath the campus. Please be advised, there is no parking available for students or those attending interviews (unless you have a blue badge). 

Sparkhill

Exterior of the three-storey red brick building that houses UWTSD in Sparkhill, Birmingham.

Sparkhill
636A Stratford Road
Sparkhill
Birmingham
B11 4AR

See a map of the Sparkhill campus location

By Train

The Sparkhill Campus is around three miles from New Street Station, which has cross country links as far north as Edinburgh, and as far south as Penzance, Southampton, Cardiff, Swansea and London Euston. For connections from Wolverhampton to central Birmingham use the West Midlands Tram.

By Bus

New Street Train Station is serviced by bus routes that will drop you off near the campus. Service 5 and 6 pass Baker Street bus stop, which is a short walk from the university campus. 

Cycling

You can find traffic-free cycle routes in Birmingham, including on-road cycle lanes and canal towpaths. To plan your journey see the city's walking and cycling map. Lock your bike in the designated racks on campus.  

Parking

Parking facilities can be accessed from Clarence Road, behind the campus. Please be advised, there is no parking available for students or those attending interviews (unless you have a blue badge). 


A smiling young man walks out of the doors of the Sparkhill Centre.