The Union at Manchester Metropolitan University

How to get here


The Union is located within an easy walking distance from public transport stops including Oxford Road Station and many of the local bus routes. If you are approaching The Union from Oxford Road, walk through campus past All Saints Park, take a left at the Business School and keep walking until you reach us.



Manchester is a very bike-friendly city and there are various facilities on the road to assist cyclists including cycle lanes, bus lanes and advanced stop lines at traffic signals. Check out the full cycle map



Take the 147 bus from Piccadilly Station to the stop outside the surface car park on Oxford Road. There are many buses heading towards the Manchester campus from here (Bus Numbers 41, 42, 43, 85, 111, 250).



The free city bus service links train stations and car parks with areas across the city centre. There are three circular routes to choose from and you can hop on and off whenever you like. Service 2 (green) will take you near the Manchester campus and you can take a short walk to The Union from Oxford Road station.



From Oxford Road Station

Turn right out of the station and walk underneath the railway bridge. The Manchester campus is to your right.

From Piccadilly Station

Head to Fairfield Street taxi ranks and take the 147 bus to Oxford Road (runs every 10 minutes). You can also walk, which takes 10-15 minutes.

From Victoria Station

Jump on the Metroshuttle service 2 (green) which picks up outside Victoria station every 10 mins. Get off at Oxford Road station and The Union is a short walk from there.