We’re delighted that we’re now able to offer in-person tours of both our Buckingham and Crewe campuses. Visiting a campus can be one of the most important decision-making tools when choosing a university.
What will a guided tour cover?
Our 45-60 minute campus tours are conducted by our experienced Student Ambassadors. We do our best to match you up with a Student Ambassador studying your chosen subject and they will take you to the most relevant spaces. They will answer all your questions about studying and life at The University of Buckingham.
Which campuses can I visit?
We run tours at both our Buckingham and Crewe campuses.
Our Buckingham campus is in the heart of south-east England, situated in between Oxford and Cambridge, nestled in a bend of the Great River Ouse. The campus runs across three sites: Hunter Street, Chandos Road and Verney Park, with accommodation close to each of these.
Hunter Street is our main site and is where you can find the Students’ Union building, bar and restaurant, and other student facilities. We have plenty of study spaces: from quiet areas in the Hunter Street Library to group working areas in the Vinson Building.
Chandos Road is the home to our Medical School. It is adjacent to the main campus and contains teaching, studying and academic spaces for our medics.
Our Verney Park site is just a 15-minute walk from Hunter Street. If you are based here, all of your course materials will be located on-site at the Franciscan Library, or can be found online.
At our Crewe campus, approximately 125 miles from Buckingham in the north of England, the Faculty of Medicine and Allied Health teaches a range of health programmes including medicine (also taught in Buckingham), biomedical science and postgraduate medicine.
At Crewe, our campus facilities, teaching and research are all based on one site. Our safe and inclusive campus environment and the student-friendly town provide everything you need to make the most of your university experience.
The campus is well connected to the nearby town of Crewe with a bus service running regularly to the centre and train station, with the student accommodation is just a five-minute walk from the lecture theatres.
In order to ensure the safety of yourself and our students, our campus tours are limited to one household per tour, with no more than four people per household. The majority of the tour will take place outside; however, we ask that you bring a mask and wear this when indoors. There will be hand sanitisers available when you arrive.
How do I book a campus tour?
Campus tours at both our Buckingham and Crewe campuses are by appointment only and subject to availability. To book, simply select the campus you want to visit below and complete the booking form. We will contact you to arrange a convenient date and time for your tour.
Our campus tours are run by our Student Ambassadors, therefore advance bookings are required. Please note that we may not be able to accommodate walk-in tours.
For urgent enquiries, please e-mail email@example.com with your name, e-mail and a contact telephone number, and somebody will be in touch with you as soon as possible.
Want to get a taste of studying at Buckingham?
You can experience our top-quality teaching and small-group style in your chosen subject by coming to one of our Tasters.
Or for a chance to meet our lecturers and learn more about studying at The University of Buckingham come to an Open Day.
Get ready for your visit
You can take a look around our Buckingham campus including our on-site accommodation and hear from our students via our virtual tour.
Alternatively, you can attend one of our virtual information webinars, for in-depth information about your area of interest as well as other useful sessions, covering topics such as: “What is a two-year degree?” and “What to expect from a University Open Day”.