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Directions to St Luke's Campus, Exeter

South Cloisters, which houses the Health Statistics group and several other research groups from the Medical School's Institute for Health Services Research, is on St Luke's Campus in Exeter.

Directions to St Luke's campus

St Luke's Campus map

On foot

The University is within easy walking distance of Exeter city centre. The city centre map shows the location of the St Luke’s Campus, plus routes between the campuses and Exeter St David’s and Exeter Central train stations, all within walking distance.

By bike

Exeter is a Cycling Demonstration Town and the University is well served with traffic-free cycle routes. You can download the Exeter Cycle map to plan your route from the Travel Devon website. Cycle parking is available at both campuses. Find out more about the provisions for cyclists at the University on our Sustainability website.

By bus/coach

The St Luke's Campus is served by the D and H bus routes. The D bus route includes Digby, St Luke’s Campus, the City Centre and Streatham Campus. The H bus route includes the RD&E hospital, St Luke’s Campus, the City Centre and St David’s station.

National Express coaches (08705 808080) call at Exeter Coach Station. The local D bus connects the coach station to Streatham Campus. Get off the bus at the top of The Queen’s Drive.

By car

The M4/M5 links Exeter directly to London, the Midlands, South Wales and the North including Scotland. The average journey time from either London or the Midlands is 3 hours. Download our detailed directions to St Luke's Campus by car.

Parking at St Lukes is extremely limited and restricted to University of Exeter permit holders, and parking attendants patrol regularly. The nearest pay and display parking is Magdalen Road car park where you can walk up Magdalen Road to the St Luke's Campus, or the Triangle car park where you can walk up Heavitree Road to the St Luke's Campus.