The Royal Geographical Society

The conference is held each year at the prestigious Royal Geographical Society (RGS) in Central London, just next to the Royal Albert Hall. A short walk from either South Kensington or Knightsbridge tube stations, the venue is a purpose-built lecture theatre that has hosted speeches for over 200 years, including famous names such as Dr David Livingstone, Captain Robert Falcon Scott, Sir Ernest Shackleton and Sir Edmund Hillary.

The Ondaatje Theatre at the RGS is renowned for the lectures and debates which take place most nights and this auditorium is where our impressive line-up of speakers will present their discussions on the future of online recruitment.


Venue Address

Royal Geographical Society
(entrance on Exhibition Road)
1 Kensington Gore




By tube

South Kensington Station (Circle, District & Piccadilly Lines) - 10-15 minute walk up Exhibition Road (beyond the Science Museum and Imperial College). Knightsbridge Station (Piccadilly Line) - 15 minute walk along Kensington Road. Lancaster Gate Station (Central Line) - 15-20 minute walk across Hyde Park.


By car

The Society is not located within central London’s Congestion Charge area. There is limited public parking in Hyde Park, although car parking restrictions operate in the area often until late at night. The nearest car park to the Society is a 24-hour public car park at Kingston House, Princes Gate.


By rail

The nearest mainline stations are London Victoria (52 bus) & London Paddington (25 min walk).


By bus

Several bus routes stop outside the Society including routes 9, 10, 52, 360 and 452.

Please contact us on 01483 263 000 with any questions or to find out about the conference in 2015.