The Open University Head Office
The Open University Head Office, Milton Keynes is a town in southern England. Milton Keynes Museum traces the history of the area and the planned development of the “new town” in the 1960s. Its grounds feature iconic concrete cow sculptures created by Canadian artist Liz Leyh. MK Gallery stages contemporary art exhibitions. Nearby, the Xscape entertainment centre includes an indoor ski slope, a skydiving simulator and a climbing wall.
Getting to Walton Hall
The Open University has its headquarters at Walton Hall in Milton Keynes, which is 80km north of Central London, midway between Oxford and Cambridge, and just off the M1 motorway, linking it to Birmingham and the north of England.
If you’re coming by car, our address is:
The Open University
The campus is 4 miles from Milton Keynes Central railway station, served by the West Coast Main Line between Birmingham and London (Euston).
When you arrive, a campus map is available for you to get around the campus.
OU Go mobile app
OU Go is a 3D map guide for the Milton Keynes campus that you can download onto your mobile phone.
It uses GPS data to help you navigate to specified buildings, events, car parking, cycle parking, and outdoor art exhibits.
Download the app via the App Store on iTunes for iPhone users, or the Google Play store for Android users.
Our postal address is:
The Vice-Chancellor’s Office
Phone: +44 (0)1908 274066
Executive Assistant to the Vice-Chancellor:
Sue Brewster, +44 (0)1908 653214
For all OU communications and marketing, please contact in the first instance:
Lucian J. Hudson, Director of Communications.