We have 2 main sites
King's College London
London, WC1E 7HU
University of London
One of the crucial things about event management studies is that they shouldn’t happen in isolation of events themselves. With Event Academy courses running right in the centre of London, this means that it’s not only our courses, but also our locations which offer a wealth of event experience and inspiration.
King’s College, The Strand
The diploma live course runs at King’s College, which is located at the Strand, traditionally the heart of London. The Strand campus location offers impressive premises, with an architecturally significant design dating back to the 1800s. Inside this historic gem, facilities are state of the art and there are many communal spaces from which to enjoy spectacular views of this area of London.
Our location is easily accessed by public transport, including mainline train and London Underground services. Stations close to King’s College are:
- Temple Tube – Circle and District lines
- Covent Garden or Holborn on the Picadilly and Bakerloo lines
- Charing Cross (mainline and tube) Bakerloo and Northern lines
- Embankment (mainline and tube) District, Circle, Bakerloo and Northern lines
Main local bus routes with stops within an easy proximity to the college include services: 6, 7, 13, 23, 76, 521, RV1.
For lunch breaks, after-study socialising and culture, as well as access to arts events, the campus is close to two of London’s most famous arts venues, the British Museum and the National Gallery. The neighbouring theatreland of Leicester Square, including the royal theatres: Palace, Queens and Prince of Wales are also within an easy distance, whilst King’s College is also well located for the Royal Opera House, Adelphi and Novello theatres.
University of London, Senate House
The postgraduate course runs at the University of London, with a location in the bustling Bloomsbury area of London. Founded in 1836, this is the third oldest university in England, in a location which reflects not only offers the brimming history and community vibrancy of Bloomsbury, but also impressive and innovative facilities for learning.
This busy area means plenty of convenient public transport services are readily available, including the London underground stations of:
- Russell Square (Piccadilly line)
- Goodge Street (Northern Line)
- Tottenham Court Road (Central Line and Northern Line)
- Euston Square (Circle, Metropolitan, Hammersmith and City Line)
There is also a choice of mainlines in the vicinity:
- Euston (Victoria, Northern Line)
- King’s Cross St Pancras (Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan, Northern, Piccadilly, Victoria lines)
Bloomsbury also offers good bus provision with bus stops for the university on the nearby Tottenham Court Road, Torrington Place, Chenies Street or Russell Square.
For travel by car, the nearest municipal parking is at Worburn Place and Bloomsbury Place.
The University of London campus is also in the immediate vicinity of the Senate House library. Senate House was one of the first skyscrapers to be built in the city and provides not just a place of learning, books and studies, but also an events venue itself and is a hub of student and cultural events.
The green flag open space of Russell Square is also immediately local. This historic Georgian square offers a plaza, water feature and lawns and makes the perfect lunch or outdoor space for breaking up a journey or studies.
The university’s Bloomsbury location also offers plenty of access to theatre and cultural attractions. London’s famous Shaftesbury and Dominion theatres are both within Bloomsbury and the university is also within an easy distance of the British Museum, with an exciting schedule of gallery attractions and events.