You can catch the Supertram to the campus from the railway station and the city centre. Both the blue route to Malin Bridge and the yellow route to Middlewood stop at West Street and at the University.
The following buses stop at or near the University: H1, S6A, 10, 10A, 30, 30A, 51, 52, 70, 95, 120, 123, 272, 273, 274, 275, 505.
Bus stops and bus numbers are marked on the maps. The 120 bus runs to the University from Sheffield Transport Interchange.
Although not directly linking to the main University campus, there is also a useful free bus service that circles the city centre every seven minutes. There is a map of the FreeBee bus route on the Travel South Yorkshire website.
Park and Ride
The easiest way for car drivers to travel to the University is by Supertram Park and Ride. There are Park and Ride sites at Nunnery Square (off the Parkway), at Meadowhall Interchange (M1, junction 34) and Middlewood.
There are taxi ranks at the railway station and beside the City Hall. The journey to the University should only take five minutes, but can take 15 minutes if traffic is heavy. Expect to pay around £5.