Campus map

Please click to view a printable version of the campus map: campus map [pdf].

CCPR is located at 13 Professor Square which is building A18 on the map. 

Getting to the campus


Routes 11 and 44 run through the main campus from the city centre.  Numerous other routes serve Dumbarton Road, Great Western Road and Byres Road. A seasonal tourist bus stops at the University.


The main station for the University is Hillhead. 

Local trains

The nearest suburban rail station is Partick, about one mile to the west of the University. It has an interchange with the underground and with bus services on Dumbarton Road.


Black taxi cabs can be picked up at most times in the University area and the city centre.

Cycle racks

Cycle racks are provided on campus at A21, B3, B4, E1 and E2 (see Campus map).

Getting to Glasgow


Glasgow International Airport

The airport is situated seven miles to the west of the University. There is an airport bus service to the city centre, as well as a bus service to the west end of Glasgow which stops minutes from the University. 

Glasgow Prestwick International Airport

The airport is situated 22 miles south-west of the University. There is a railway station at the airport and an airport bus service to the city centre.

Intercity links to all major cities. Frequent services to Edinburgh (50 minutes) and London (5 hours). There are two city-centre terminals, Queen Street and Central (served by Buchanan St and St Enoch underground stations respectively).

Buchanan Bus Station is the main terminus for long distance coaches.

From Carlisle, Newcastle and the south, exit M74 on to the M73, joining the M8 at the Old Monkland junction. M8 exits for the University are J18 if travelling from the south, Edinburgh and the north and J19 if coming from Glasgow Airport and the west. Other main routes serving the University include Great Western Road (A82, north of campus), Clydeside Expressway (A814, south) and Byres Road (B808, west).

Car parking on the University campus and surrounding area is extremely difficult.