Where is the Business School, exactly?

The Business School is located at Streatham Court on the University's Streatham Campus. This is the biggest of the three University sites, and is built around a country estate overlooking Exeter and surrounding countryside. Please see our map of the city centre, and map of the University campus for how to find us

How to find us

By car

Leave the M5 at junction 30. Take the third exit (A379) and follow signs to the University.

See a map

There is limited parking (permit only) outside our new Building (Building One), the Xfi Building and Streatham Court.

Find out more about our current parking arrangements here

By rail

Exeter has two railway stations.

Exeter St. David's is on the main line connecting with London and major UK cities. London is about two and a half hours away by train.

Exeter Central handles more local rail services throughout Devon and the South West.

There are regular connecting rail services between the two stations, and both are approximately 20 minutes walk from the Streatham Campus. Taxi services operate from both stations around the clock.

For rail passenger information, call 08457 484950, or visit National Rail Information and Booking (opens in a new window).

By air

The nearest regional airport is Exeter International, which handles many flights to domestic and European destinations, and services to New York.

Exeter Airport website (opens in a new window)

Bristol International Airport has a wider range of destinations, and all main London airports are all accessible by rail from Exeter St David's.

By bus from Exeter city centre

The Stagecoach 'D' service serves Streatham campus. Ask for Rennes Drive for Streatham Court and the Xfi Building.

Several other services run from Exeter bus and coach station via the city centre to the University campus. More information on Exeter bus services.

Please get in touch if you need further help finding your way to the University of Exeter Business School.

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