Getting to Systems Biology and Infectious Disease Epidemiology Research
We are in newly renovated accommodation on the top floor of Senate House, at the heart of the pleasant greenfield site of the University of Warwick, between Coventry and Kenilworth, just three miles from Coventry city centre.
Senate House is situated immediately next door to and between Car Park 7 (Multi-Storey) and the Warwick Arts Centre. The ground floor is the home of the Postgraduate Hub, while the top floor is split between the Molecular Organisation and Assembly of Cells (MOAC) Doctoral Training Centre, Molecular Analytical Science Centre for Doctoral Training (MAS CDT) and the Warwick Systems Biology Centre.
Travelling by car
On approaches to Coventry, follow the signs to Warwick Arts Centre or the University of Warwick.
Detailed directions can be found at http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/about/visiting/directions/car/.
For the latest on the roads around Coventry and Warwickshire see the BBC Coventry traffic hotspots page.
For route planning use our postcode: CV4 7AL. You can download the University to your TomTom as a "Point of Interest" here.
There are over 2000 safe parking spaces near to Senate House. Follow the signs for car parks 7 or 8 when you arrive and you will only be three minutes away. Monday - Friday 6am - 6pm charges are: £2.00 for up to 4 hours and £4.00 for over 4 hours. Monday - Friday: after 6pm free / Saturday & Sunday: all day free.
Travelling by bus
Regular services run between Coventry, Leamington and Kenilworth to the University of Warwick and drop you right outside the Arts Centre.
Travelling by train
The nearest mainline station is Coventry. From Coventry station you can catch a No. 112 or 12 bus, which takes approximately 15 minutes, or a taxi. For further information, visit the National Rail Enquiries website.
There is a taxi rank at the Bus Interchange on the other side of the Arts Centre. Campus maps can be found here.
Further travel details, including the best way to cycle to the University, route plans, updates on road closures, changes to parking arrangements and a range of access and campus maps can be found here.