About us

Our location

The University is situated between two vibrant cities - London and Reading.

Our West London campus

The Ealing site of our West London campus has just undergone a £50 million transformation. It now features state-of-the-art student facilities including a refurbished Students’ Union, music studios, an auditorium, the Paul Hamlyn library, restaurants and cafes, and much more. Take a look inside our new campus.

The Brentford site of our West London campus is also a new development. It is home to our Paragon halls of residence and three of the University’s eight academic schools.

Our infographic map shows the vibrant, cosmopolitan atmosphere with spacious parks and great industry connections. The area is safe, multicultural with good transport - close to the centre of London and Heathrow Airport.

The two sites lie only 1.5 miles apart and are linked by a free shuttle bus for all students.

The Berkshire Institute for Health

The Berkshire Institute for Health, situated in Reading, is in walking distance of the main railway and bus stations, adjacent to car parking and within easy reach of the town's 'park and ride' bus stops. People come from miles around to sample Reading's shopping and nightlife. With the University of Reading in the same town, there is plenty of entertainment aimed at students and lots to do.  You can get to London Paddington by train in less than 30 minutes.

Find out more

Also see a list of our partner institutions.

Our West London location

Infographic showing our Ealing and Brentford sites in West London

Ealing site

Our Ealing site, featuring state-of-the-art student facilities, is near film and TV studios, media agencies and hotel and restaurant groups, giving our students the opportunity to combine work experience with their studies.

Brentford site

The Brentford site of our West London Campus is along the "Golden Mile" of global corporations and a short distance from West Middlesex Hospital. These and other close industry links enhance our career-focused courses.

Download the full infographic map (pdf, 970kb)