Our healthcare students are no longer based at Aylesbury College.
The University in partnership with Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust (BHT) have got new premises at Stoke Mandeville Hospital in Aylesbury, home to the world renowned National Spinal Injuries Centre.
UPDATE 1 February 2020: The new three storey building is now open for staff and students.
Students are now able to undertake the classroom element of their course at Stoke Mandeville, while at the same time getting experience of life in an integrated Trust which provides a range of specialist, acute and community services.
The new building provides a specialist skills room, set out as a hospital ward with state-of-the-art audio visual technology. There is also a suite of six classrooms, and a ground floor dedicated to a library, social learning and computer facilities. The building is just a short walk away from the student accommodation.
The University of Bedfordshire
Stoke Mandeville Hospital
Aylesbury town is bursting with culture, international cuisine and clubs. It boasts a cinema, two theatres, indoor karting facilities, galleries and regular music concerts.
Aylesbury has excellent transport links, making it easily accessible. The A41 runs to the heart of the region and provides a direct link to the M40 in the west and the M25 in the east. Aylesbury is situated only 40 miles from London and is conveniently within an hour's drive of London Heathrow Airport and London Luton Airport.
The University of Bedfordshire, Aylesbury campus is located at Stoke Mandeville Hospital.
The University building is between the staff multi story car park and the Renal Unit.
Stoke Mandeville Hospital is served by the following buses:
Car parks are available in the hospital. In keeping with University Policy on travel we would recommend that you car share where possible, or make use of public transport.