It is very important to plan your arrival in the UK.
You should arrange your accommodation and travel as early as you can to ensure your trip to Plymouth goes smoothly.
You will also need to bring the right things (such as important documents) and make sure you understand what will happen when you get here.
COVID-19 travel advice
Before you leave for the UK you’ll need to:
- Provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test
- Complete a passenger locator form
- Check whether you need to quarantine when you arrive in the UK
The rules for people arriving in England from another country continue to change. Please continue to check the latest UK government advice regularly.
Most international flights will arrive at London's main international airports, Heathrow or Gatwick.
Bristol and Exeter are alternative airports that are closer to Plymouth (flight availability to these airports may be limited).
Travelling to Plymouth
You can travel to Plymouth from most UK airports by coach or train. The coach and train stations in Plymouth are very close to campus and the city centre but it is advisable to get a taxi if you have a lot of luggage.