This article will inform you on the various routes to travel to Portsmouth via car.
Portsmouth has great road links to:
Please note that you must display a visitor's parking permit to park in any University car park - however these are few and are not guaranteed.
Due to limited parking availability on our city centre campus, we cannot reserve parking spaces for our interview candidates.
Separate parking arrangements are made for our large recruitment events, such as Open Days.
Car parking is available in all public city centre car parks for a small charge, as well as on the roads using parking meters.
Portsmouth’s park-and-ride offers a quick, easy way into Portsmouth at a cost of £3.50 per vehicle. Located on the M275 at the entrance to the city, with 650 spaces and buses every 12 minutes.
There are other car parks located around Portsmouth, however the costs of these vary.
We would encourage you to use public transport where possible.
The University is a 10-minute walk from Portsmouth & Southsea train station, and National Express coaches have on campus coach stops.