Leeds University Union Building is a student orientated seating area, with common rooms and café venues. They provide all sorts of areas to relax and socialise. The main attraction for the students that study there is the large international community of people that attend and study in the UK. Their learning courses taught there help people to develop learning skills of academic and social nature. The Leeds Union connects students with professors by international conferences and academic activity.
The University Union building is close to the campus, which in turn is close to the main Leeds city station. Orientation points are the Queens Hotel and Park Row across the Cookridge Street near the University Rd.
By train and tube: The train station in Leeds is connected to all major cities and hosts some fast lanes to London. Take Bishopgate Street to get from the train station to the university; the road should not take more than 10 minutes.
By bus: There are a few bus routes that can take you from the train station directly to the University Union Building. These are: 54, 55, 65 and 75.
By car: By car it will take you almost 10 to 15 minutes through Woodsley Rd or Claredon Rd. If you rent a car from the main train station in Leeds, you will need to take Park Ln and Clarendon Rd in order to reach the campus.
International: Leeds Bradford Airport is situated north-west of Leeds city. Without intense traffic the main roads will take around 25 to 30 minutes. Direct bus route to the city centre is also available.
Parking facilities are abundant in the campus area and near the Union Building. The campus offers disabled access to both students, staff and visitors who posses a blue card permit.
Access for people with special needs
The campus is packed with special needs ramps, toilets, parking lots and other utilities for people with special needs.