Attending an Open Day at UCA Farnham is the best way to get a feel for the place where you may be spending the next few years as a student.
At the Open Day you’ll be able to explore UCA Farnham’s outstanding facilities, tour the campus and student accommodation and find out more about the courses you’re interested in. You can meet academic staff and current students – helping you get a feel for what it’s like to live and study here. You’ll also have the chance to receive expert portfolio advice, so you can make your application stand out from the crowd.
Need to find out more? Read through our frequently asked questions about Open Days at UCA.
Details of how to find our Farnham campus.
From the M25, follow the A3 past Guildford, then exit and take the sliproad onto the A31, signposted to Farnham and Alton. At the Shepherd and Flock roundabout head straight on along the Farnham bypass (A31) to the next roundabout.
From here, take the A325, which leads into West Street, towards the town centre. Turn left into The Hart. The main entrance to the University is at the junction with Falkner Road. Car parks are to the right.
There is no visitor parking available at the campus at the moment due to building work. Exceptions are made for blue badge holders, and anyone with special requirements should contact the campus directly on +44 (0)1252 722 441 to arrange this.
If you are unable to find a parking space on campus there are two pay and display car parks very close to the campus - the Upper and Lower Hart (postcode for satnav GU9 7HA) car parks.
There are also a number of car parks located within a short distance from the campus, for further information please visit the Waverley Borough Council website.
Take a National Rail train from London Waterloo to Farnham (via Woking). It is 15 minutes' walk from Farnham station to the University.
Cross the railway tracks and walk down Station Hill. Cross the A31 and continue down South Street. Turn left into Union Road, which bears right into Downing Street. When you reach West Street, turn left and continue for 200 metres before turning right into The Hart. The University is at the top of this street.
Eurostar passengers should get off the train at London St. Pancras International, then take the Underground (Victoria Line - Southbound) to Waterloo (changing at Oxford Circus for the Bakerloo Line - Southbound).
It takes between one and two hours to drive from Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted or Luton airports to UCA Farnham. There are rail and coach connections from all airports via central London to all UCA campuses.