Aylesbury Campus

Built in 2015, and the newest of our three campuses, our campus in Aylesbury offers a wide range of specialist, work-related courses for students of all ages, including nursingfoundation year programmesbusiness, law and computing courses, and our apprenticeships.

£1.3 million was also received from Buckinghamshire Thames Valley Local Enterprise Programme to create a digital innovation hub to support business innovation and growth in Bucks. The addition of the Basin Café in 2019 offers a perfect coffee and cake break overlooking the tranquil setting of the Waterside canal basin.

Visiting Bucks New University and Covid-19 measures:

We are supporting Track and Trace and you will be asked to read and agree a COVID-19 disclaimer when you sign-in at reception stating that neither you, nor members of your household, are exhibiting any COVID-19 symptoms. This information will be used in the event that we need to notify you if a COVID-19 case is confirmed at our campuses. We may also be required to pass these details to the Government Track & Trace programme.

All visitors will be given a temporary pass at reception and must be escorted around campus by the person who has booked them in, as well as signing out on their departure. When visiting our campuses, you will be expected to comply with our Covid-secure guidelines including social distancing, undertaking regular hand washing/cleaning, and any other Government guidance in place at the time.

Where is our Aylesbury Campus?

59 Walton Street
Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire 
HP21 7QG

If you need to ask anything before you visit, please call 01494 522 141.

Aylesbury Campus is situated in the centre of Aylesbury, just next to the Aylesbury Waterside Theatre .

It’s easy to get to us from central London, thanks to a direct train link from London Marylebone. We welcome cyclists on campus, and offer secure bike shelters for students, staff and guests. And, if you’re travelling by car, Walton Street is just off the A41 roundabout.

Travelling by train or bus?

Chiltern Railways run the line between London Marylebone and Aylesbury. The campus is about a 10 minute walk from the station. The nearest bus station is about five minutes away.

For details of trains and buses to Aylesbury, visit Transport for London website or call Traveline on 0871 200 2233.

Travelling by car?

Use the postcode HP21 7QG for your sat nav or plan your route with Google Maps.

If you’re coming by car, we recommend using the public car park on Walton Street  You can find details of other car parks here.

Got a blue badge? Email disability.service@bucks.ac.uk to arrange a parking space on site.

Travelling by air?

Heathrow Airport is just 40 miles from Aylesbury, and London Luton Airport is 30 miles away. You can get to us from both airports on public transport – go to tfl.gov.uk to plan your route .

Gatwick Airport  is 77 miles to Aylesbury. It’s best to transfer to Heathrow for onward connections to Aylesbury.

London Stansted Airport  is 64 miles away.

When you arrive

When you arrive on campus, please report to the main reception desk to sign in.

You will need to wear a visitor's pass during your visit and sign out when you leave. Please keep your personal belongings safely with you.

Need extra assistance?

If you need any assistance while you’re at Bucks, please call 01494 605 021 or email duty.manager@bucks.ac.uk before you arrive, so we can make any necessary arrangements.

Need accommodation?

We aren’t able to offer short-term accommodation for visitors, customers or visiting friends or family, but there are lots of hotels and guest houses in the local area to suit different tastes and budgets.