The Lancaster University campus occupies a beautiful 360-acre parkland site at Bailrigg, just three miles from Lancaster City Centre. The Parkland has been awarded the Green Flag, a national accreditation for high-quality green space, for three years running.
Lancaster University enjoys a vast green-field site with wonderful views of mountains and sea, yet the campus is just 5 minutes' drive from the M6 motorway and ten minutes from the main West Coast railway with direct services to Manchester, London, and Scotland.
Lancaster University has risen to become one of the Britain's top universities, with over 12,000 students and 2,500 employees within the Bailrigg campus that is now almost a small town in its own right.
The University has invested £450 million into the campus over the last ten years, with a further £135 million planned over the next 3 years, creating new academic facilities and great teaching, meeting, residential and social spaces including a £20m Sports Centre.
The LICA building is the greenest building on any UK campus achieving BREEAM outstanding. Completed in 2011, this inspiring purpose-built venue will act as the main hub to the EAUC Conference 2017.