It's a campus thing

We believe in constant self-improvement, great people and you being you.

Our campus

Situated in the heart of Manchester, at the end of Princess Parkway, you will find our truly innovative, purpose-built campus, designed to inspire creativity and enthusiasm.

UKFast Campus is much more than a few desks. Around the office you’ll find a classroom, giant chess set, a fully-stocked bar, free tea and coffee, a gymnasium, a team room, pool tables and an arcade on-site.

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Where to find us

UKFast Campus
Birley Fields
Manchester
M15 5QJ

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What you’ll find on the UKFast campus

Free on-site parking

We offer free, secure, onsite parking to all of our employees so you can pull up at the door. Cyclists can lock up securely here too.

Lounges

Chill out spaces decorated and designed to help people relax and feel at home during their break time.

Quiet spaces

Around our campus are purpose built quiet zones for taking time out, taking phone calls, or taking in a book.

Table tennis and pool

Let off some steam or settle a bet at lunch or after work with multiple pool tables and ping pong tables.

Computer game area

A dedicated gaming area with huge TV, beanbags and retro games consoles like the Mega Drive, Playstation and N64.

Pub quizzes

Gather your smartest colleagues, grab a beer and compete against other teams from across the company for the pride of first place.

Games night

Board games without the 'bored'. Join our games enthusiasts for detailed strategy and role-playing nights.

On-site gym

All the equipment to, like a proper gym, without the expensive monthly membership.

Bike shed

If you choose to cycle to work, we’ve got you and your bike covered in our brand new bike shed.

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