Keele University is 2 miles west of Newcastle on the A525 Crewe/Nantwich road.
If arriving from the North on the M6, leave at exit 16 (Stoke North) and turn right (west) onto the A500 towards Nantwich where you will soon see signs to Keele.
If arriving from the South on the M6 leave the motorway at junction 15 (Stoke South) and head for Newcastle on the A34.
If arriving by rail, there are regular bus services from Stoke [First 25] and Crewe [D&G 85] - bus-stops are located opposite the station entrances.Getting to Keele by car
Keele is between Junctions 15 and 16 on the M6, and is just west of Stoke-on-Trent and Newcastle-under-Lyme. We are halfway between Manchester and Birmingham.
For Satellite Navigation users please use the University post code ST5 5BG
From both Junction 15 or 16 you should head for Newcastle-under-Lyme. From Newcastle-under-Lyme follow signs for the A525 to Whitchurch; you will find the main entrance to the University on this road.From the north:
Leave the M6 at Junction 16 signed the A500/Alton Towers.
At the motorway roundabout turn right onto the A500 for Crewe and Nantwich. The University is signposted from here and the journey time via the A500/A531 and A525 is about 20 minutes.From the south:
Leave the M6 at Junction 15 and follow the signs for the A519 into Newcastle-under-Lyme. The University is signed from the first roundabout.From the west:
Follow signs for the A525.Getting to Keele by rail
For national train times and enquiries go to: www.nationalrail.co.uk
The nearest railways stations to Keele are:
Stoke-on-Trent (5 miles/8km)
Crewe (12 miles/19km)Buses and taxis to Keele from Stoke:
The number 25 bus leaves for Keele from a bus stop opposite Stoke station every 10-15 minutes during the day and less frequently in the evenings. The journey takes approximately 30 minutes.
You can get a taxi from outside the station directly to the University for around £10 and the journey should take 15 -20 minutes.