Local public transport
You can catch the Supertram to the campus from Meadowhall, the railway station and the city centre. Both the blue route to Malin Bridge and the yellow route to Middlewood stop at West Street and at the University.
A discounted student ticket called the Unirider is available through the Stagecoach site.
A number of regular bus services stop at or near the University. The most frequent of these are the 51, 52 and 95 from the city centre and the 120 from Sheffield Transport Interchange.
A detailed list of all bus services that serve the University campus, their timetables and live departure information can be found by clicking any of the bus stops on the Travel South Yorkshire interactive public transport map.
There are a range of ticket options available for young people and students through the two major bus operators in Sheffield – First and Stagecoach. Alternatively, multi-operator tickets are available from TravelMaster:
There are taxi ranks at the railway station and beside the City Hall. The journey to the University should only take five minutes, but can take 15 minutes if traffic is heavy. Expect to pay around £5.
More information on local public transport
More information about local public transport to the University can be found on the Travel South Yorkshire website.
For detailed and tailored information about how to get from a South Yorkshire location to the University using public transport, use this Journey Planner. Put in your start location postcode and it will show the available options.