University College London Location

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University College London Location

University College London Location

UCL locations


UCL’s main campus is in Bloomsbury, London, with the main Quad on Gower Street.

UCL Bloomsbury

UCL is building a new campus at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, to form part of a wider education and cultural quarter. Read more at UCL East.


As London’s Global University, UCL is working with partners all over the world to achieve fair solutions to global challenges.

Read more at UCL Global.

  • Use UCL Global’s interactive map to explore a selection of UCL’s global partnerships, activities and engagement with countries all over the globe.

Our London location

Our Bedford Way home is at the heart of Bloomsbury, London’s university district. It has exceptional transport links within London, with the rest of the UK and the world. The Tube is within easy walking distance at Russell Square, Euston, Euston Square, Tottenham Court Road, Goodge Street and Warren Street. National and international rail links are within fifteen minutes walking distance at Euston and Kings Cross St Pancras, with all London’s principal railway stations within 25 minutes by bus or tube. Our nearest airport, Heathrow, is less than an hour away by public transport, and all London airports are easily accessible.

Bloomsbury - IOE's locality

The IOE within UCL

The IOE forms part of UCL’s main Bloomsbury campus, giving students, researchers and partners access to UCL’s outstanding intellectual and cultural resources. Accommodation is available close to the main campus.

The London advantage

Our central London location gives us access to one of the world’s most vibrant, cosmopolitan and influential cities. The IOE’s close links with London’s academic, policy-making and practitioner networks provide outstanding benefits for our students, researchers, clients and partners.

Our position as London’s biggest provider of teacher education means that we work with some of the most diverse and exciting urban schools in the world. Our students and researchers contribute to and benefit from this success, working in partnership with more than 600 schools on teacher training, professional development and collaborative research and development projects.