Moving away from home isn’t for everyone and commuting can be a cheaper alternative to living in student accommodation. Check out our reasons why staying at home can be a great choice!Benefits of staying at home
Like a lot of our students, Shelby lives at home and commutes to university. She shows you what her journey is like in this video. Birmingham is really well connected and has an impressive number of transport links with the rest of the UK.Five tips for travelling to uni
of our students live at home and commute to university to study.
Do you have questions about commuting to university? We've got the answers. There's a lot to think about and there's more to it than just 'which train do I catch?'
Birmingham is one of the best connected major cities in terms of transport in the whole country. So we’ve scoured all the ways you can get in and out of the city!Major ways to travel
Planes, trains and automobiles? Well maybe not planes. Birmingham is full of transport links, from the newly refurbished Grand Central Station, providing a way to work and study in Birmingham for people all across the country, to the newly extended Metro system, there a so many ways to get around.
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Here are just some of the major cities that are within an hour's travel of Birmingham.