Travel

Located in the heart of the UK, Sheffield is one of England’s largest cities, with excellent road, rail and air networks.

Our Charles Street building is located on City Campus and is approximately ten minutes from junction 33 of the M1, a ten-minute walk from Sheffield’s railway station and bus and tram transport interchange.

By air

Manchester Airport is served by many domestic and international carriers, flying to over 200 destinations worldwide, and has a direct rail link to Sheffield both day and night. The train journey to Sheffield lasts about an hour.

Manchester, Leeds/Bradford, Birmingham and East Midlands airports are all about an hour’s travel time from Sheffield and easily accessible via regular rail and bus services. Car hire is also available from these airports.

Doncaster Sheffield Airport is the closest airport to the University providing over 40 destinations across Europe. International connectivity is available via Paris, Amsterdam, Berlin and Dusseldorf with Flybe, and the USA via Dublin with Aer Lingus.

London’s main airports (Heathrow and Gatwick) are reasonably accessible by rail with just one change of train. We recommend you to allow at least four hours travel time between either of these airports and Sheffield. Rail tickets from London’s main terminals can be booked at preferential rates from here.

By rail

Regular inter-city rail services operate between Sheffield and other main line towns and cities. London is two hours away by train, Manchester, Leeds and Birmingham one hour and Edinburgh three and a half hours.

Tickets from London’s main terminals can be booked at preferential rates from here.

Sheffield’s Train Station is just a two minute walk away from our City Campus and no more than a 10 minute walk to the Charles Street Building.

By road

Sheffield’s motorway link is the M1, junctions 33 and 34.You are recommended to leave at junction 33 and proceed into the city centre by way of the Parkway (A630).

  • Please locate your end destination (car park) and postcode, for your satnav, before setting off

Our conference, including conference dinner and wine reception, will be held within a very small area. With hotels also placed within just a few minutes’ walk of the conference venue, good local and national transport links and plenty to see and do in the city centre, we advise our UK visitors to do the planet a favour and leave the car at home.

Sheffield’s National coach service for long distance travel is comprehensive and efficient. Its central pick up and terminal point is at the transport interchange, just a few short steps from the main Owen Building at our City Campus.

By car or taxi the City Campus is just a 30 minute journey away. There is an express bus service from the airport, or you can take a taxi or bus to Doncaster rail station and catch the train to Sheffield station, just five minutes from our Charles Street building on City Campus.

Related documents

City Campus Map (PDF, 856.1 KB)

Key Dates

Call for Papers
1st November 2019

Submission opens
15th November 2019
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Submission closes
10th January 2020
24th January 2020

Early Bird Registration opens
30th January 2020
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Notification of acceptance
28th February 2020

Standard Registration
16th March 2020
13th April 2020

Registration closes
7th June 2020

Conference starts
1st July 2020