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If you're attending one of the University open days and parking is limited on campus you can use one of our Sheffield Park & Ride sites and catch the Supertram straight to your University stop.
Sheffield Hallam City Campus is in Sheffield city centre. It’s a short walk from the train station. There are trains to and from local stations in South and West Yorkshire, and direct trains to many towns and cities across the UK. Buses go to and from Arundel Gate Interchange - view Arundel Gate Interchange on the interactive public transport map. The city campus is also just a short walk from stops in the city centre on High Street, Church Street and Leopold Street. The nearest Stagecoach Supertram stops are Sheffield Station/Hallam University or Castle Square. See the transport options near to the City Campus on the interactive public transport map.The nearest bus stops to Sheffield Hallam Collegiate Campus are on Ecclesall Road. A number of buses go to and from Ecclesall Road, including the 81, 82, 83, 85 and 88/88A. Take a look at the Collegiate Campus area on the interactive public transport map.
The nearest bus stops to the University of Sheffield are on Glossop Road and Western Bank. A range of buses go to and from this area, including the 30, 120, 123, 51 and 52. The nearest tram stop is University of Sheffield.
You can see travel options near to the University of Sheffield on the interactive public transport map.
If you’re moving to Endcliffe or Ranmoor Student Villages, a number of buses go there, including the 120 and 123 - find out more on the interactive public transport map.
A lot of the bus services to the universities are run by First and Stagecoach buses, and some by other bus companies. See the local operators page for a full list of operators.
Both First and Stagecoach have special fare deals for students, including single, daily, weekly, monthly and term time tickets. See the First website and Stagecoach website for more information. If you do need to travel quite a lot on public transport, you might want to consider a TravelMaster ticket. Visit the TravelMaster website for more information. If it's daily or annual travel you need, the Citywide ticket or Student CityBus may be more suitable.
To view all public transport tickets available in South Yorkshire visit the ticket finder page.
You can plan your journey in a number of ways:
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