The nearest Underground station is South Kensington, on the District, Circle and Piccadilly lines. 

From South Kensington Tube Station, the campus is only a ten minute walk. Walk north up Exhibition Road, turn left at Prince Consort Road and enter Imperial College through the Royal School of Mines entrance.

The Royal School of Mines building (SW7 2BP) is building 12 in the top right corner of the South Kensington campus map. When you enter the building take the stairs on the left. We are on the fourth floor, in the bioengineering (green) area. Prof Burdet’s office is room 4.05.

From Heathrow airport

Take the Underground (Piccadilly Line) to South Kensington Station (50 minutes travelling time). Note that Heathrow Express is not directly connected to South Kensington, so it is not recommended (it is also much more expensive).

From Gatwick airport

Take a national rail train to Victoria station (journey time 40 minutes) and then by Underground, (Circle or District Line; westbound) to South Kensington.

Both airports are some distance from central London and a taxi is not recommended for the whole journey. However, if you have to travel by taxi, establish the cost before you get in. 

From St Pancras train station

If you arrive to at StPancras station with the Eurostar, you can take the Underground (Piccadilly Line) in the west direction to South Kensington Station, which will take 25 minutes.

By car

Car parking at South Kensington Campus is severely restricted and you are advised NOT to bring a car unless permission has been given. After 18.00, at weekends and during vacations the car park is open to the paying public. Parking in the streets surrounding the College is at pay and display or parking meters for limited periods only.

The postcode to use for satellite navigation to the South Kensington car park is SW7 2BX . Entry is via Exhibition Road.