Our campus is easily accessible whether you are travelling to us by car, bike or public transport.

We have up to 400 FREE parking spaces. You can then hop on the train into Edinburgh Waverley which is 1 stop away, and in 6 minutes, be in the heart of the Festival city!  So why not park your car here for the duration of your stay & then travel into Edinburgh by train? 

Train is the fastest way to the campus.  Musselburgh train station is right next to our campus (the campus is clearly visible from the train station), a two minute walk from the main academic building.  For full timetable information, please look at the First Scotrail website.

Lothian buses numbers 30 and 45 come right onto campus.  They also operate a late night bus service that comes back to campus from Edinburgh city centre.  The Lothian bus service N30 leaves North Bridge Edinburgh at 24 minutes past the hour from 00.24 through to 4.23am.  This journey costs £3.  Full details of travel by bus can be found on the Lothian Buses website.

We have a Green Travel Plan in place and encourage visitors to the campus to travel by public transport, car share, cycling and walking. We’ve also got cycle storage available should you wish to bring your own bike.

Why not hire a bike to travel around the campus or even to Edinburgh?  Bikes can be taken on the local train services.  QMU has bikes for hire at a reasonable cost of just £10 per day or £25 per week. A deposit of £50 must also be paid, however, this cost will be reimbursed if the bike is returned in the same condition. The bikes are distributed on a first-come first-served basis.   If you are interested in hiring a bike from QMU, then please ask for further details and a sign-up form at the Accommodation Reception.

For full directions of how to get to QMU, please look at our main travel page.

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Tom Kemsley
“In 2017 QMU received the Cycle Friendly Campus and Cycle Friendly Employer awards from Cycling Scotland recognising the university’s commitment to encouraging active travel”