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General directions

Bradford is connected to the national motorway network via the M62 and the M606.

Approximate distances by motorway are:

  • London 200 miles (320km)
  • Birmingham 120 miles (192km)
  • Bristol 200 miles (330km)
  • Edinburgh 200 miles (320km)
  • Leeds 8 miles (13 km)
  • Manchester 35 miles (56km)
  • Newcastle 95 miles (152km)
  • Nottingham 80 miles (128km)

If you are travelling from the south, east or west of Bradford, you will probably find it most convenient to use the M62 and the M606. If you are arriving from the north-west you will probably use the A629/A650 via Skipton and Keighley. From the north-east it is most convenient to use the A1 or A19, and reach Bradford via the A59 and then the A658 south of Harrogate.

By train

A regular train service from Leeds City Station to Bradford Forster Square Station calls at Frizinghall station, which is just a 10 minute walk from the School of Management. Walk up Frizinghall Road, at the top you will see "The Turf" pub. Walk up Emm Lane, the School of Management is about 200 metres on the right (see map).

Approximate journey times are:

  • London King's Cross 3 hours
  • Edinburgh 4 hours
  • Birmingham 3 hours
  • Manchester 1 hour

By coach

An extensive coach service connects most parts of the country to Bradford's Travel Interchange.

By air

There are direct regular air services to Leeds/Bradford International Airport, 8 miles (13 km) from the School of Management (see map), from London Heathrow, and also from Belfast, Dublin, and the Isle of Man. International connections can be made through London Heathrow or Amsterdam, Brussels or Paris. Bradford can be reached from the airport by taxi at a cost of about £15.

Many internal and international flights can also be made to Manchester Airport, 50 miles (80 km) south-west of Bradford.

From Bradford Interchange (see map)

Emm Lane Campus is just over 2 miles (5 km) from the Interchange. Buses leave at regular intervals going along Manningham Lane. There is a stop at Emm Lane (about 15 minutes). A taxi should cost around £4. There is also a City Campus to Emm Lane Campus bus service.


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