The Royal Agricultural University is superbly located on the outskirts of Cirencester in the heart of the Cotswolds. We are easily accessible by train, coach and car from most parts of the UK.
For visitors using Satellite Navigation, the University postcode is GL7 6JS.
Exit Junction 15 on to A419 to Cirencester. Exit at Cirencester Industrial Area and follow clear signposting to the University.
Exit Junction 11A on to A417. Exit at Stratton and follow Gloucester Road, from where it is clearly signposted to Cirencester Town Centre.
Take the A40 to Burford, then B4425 to Cirencester via Fosse Way (A429) from Stow-on-the-Wold. The University is clearly signposted from the Cirencester by-pass.
There are frequent British Rail services from London (Paddington) to Kemble Station (Cirencester), via Swindon. There are also regular trains from Gloucester and Cheltenham, which connect to the main train lines.
A taxi and bus service is available to transport you the remaining three miles from Kemble Station to the University.
There are regular coach services from London Victoria Station with Heathrow and Cirencester. The journey about takes about two hours.
There are international airports in Bristol, Cardiff, Birmingham and London. Rail and coach connections are available from these cities to Kemble and Cirencester.