From the airport, you first need to reach Barcelona, where you can take the train to the University (UAB).

Aerobus (5.90 €) leaves every ten minutes from either terminal and its last stop is at Plaça Catalunya. You can also take the train (Renfe) from terminal 2 to Sants station.
From Barcelona, take Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya (FGC), line S2 or S6, and stop at ‘Universitat Autònoma’. The journey takes over 35 minutes, and trains depart every 10 minutes, approximately.

Please check timetables, maps and stations at FGC website.

In Barcelona, you will find FGC stops in Plaça Catalunya, Provença, Gràcia, Muntaner and Sarrià. If you come from the airport, Aerobus will leave you at Plaça Catalunya; if you arrive at the city by train at Sants station, you can take subway line 5 to Provença and connect to FGC.
At the ‘Universitat Autónoma’ stop, leave by the top left exit of the platform. Cross the bridge. You will find a winding path uphill that will take you to the Faculty of Translation and Interpreting.

Another option is Renfe (commuter trains). Take Line R7 to ‘Cerdanyola Universitat’ station. This is a good option if you are close to Sant Andreu Arenal train station or Fabra i Puig subway station. The journey takes about 20 minutes, with trains leaving every 30 minutes. You would need to take a free shuttle service that connects the station with different buildings across campus. L1 buses stop near the Faculty of Translation and Interpreting (FTI). Ask the driver for your stop.

By car, it takes 25 minutes aprox. from Barcelona. A taxi ride would cost 45-50 €.

For further directions to and in campus, check UAB ‘Mobility and transport’ section and UAB campus google.