Walking to campus is a great way to keep fit and it produces the least amount of carbon of any form of transport. Our Brighton campuses are located within walking distance of Brighton city centre, train stations or bus stops, and the Eastbourne campus is also within walking distance of the town centre and train station.
View the online map of facilities available across our campuses for active travel (walking/ running/ cycling): http://bit.ly/UOBActiveTravelFacilities
The table below shows walking times between the campuses and town centres.
Approximate walking times between our campuses and key places
|City Campus||–||30-40 minutes||1 hour 15 minutes|
|Moulsecoomb||30-40 minutes||–||40- 45 minutes|
|Falmer||1 hour 15 minutes||40-45 minutes||–|
|Falmer||Falmer campus & halls to Falmer train station||5- 10 minutes|
|Falmer campus & halls to Varley Park||25-30 minutes|
|Falmer campus & halls to Brighton & Hove City Centre||1 hour 30 minutes|
|Moulsecoomb||Moulsecoomb campus to Moulsecoomb train station||5- 10 minutes|
|Moulsecoomb campus to Varley Park||30-35 minutes|
|Moulsecoomb campus to Phoenix Halls||25 minutes|
|Moulsecoomb campus to Brighton & Hove City Centre||50 minutes|
|Moulsecoomb campus to Moulsecoomb train station||5-10 minutes|
|City Campus||City Campus to Phoenix Halls||10-15 minutes|
|City Campus to Circus Street Halls||3 minutes|
|City Campus to Brighton train station||10-15 minutes|
|City Campus to Brighton city centre||5 minutes|
|Eastbourne||Hillbrow – Robert Dodd||10 minutes|
|Hillbrow to Welkin Halls||5 minutes|
|Darley Road to Welkin Halls||20 minutes|
|Welkin Halls to The Leaf Hospital||30 minutes|
|Welkin Halls to town centre & train station||25 minutes|
|Eastbourne campus to town centre & train station||20-30 minutes|
Postcodes maps and directions to all campuses on the university transport pages.
Research also suggests that walking is possibly the single most effective and accessible form of physical activity. Health professionals now recommend that everyone should aim to do 30 minutes of moderate exercise (such as walking) at least five times a week.
Check out the NHS Active 10 walking campaign which aims to get more people walking. Their free Active 10 app takes away the guesswork – it shows how much brisk walking you are doing and how you can do more. It’s easy to use and helps you set your goals for the day.
You can also find a range of short walks in East Sussex on the East Sussex Health Walks web page, the Brighton and Hove City Council Sport and Activity web pages, as well as guidance on walking for health on the NHS choices web pages.