To find out about aid that may be available to help students with travel costs, contact the Information Centre on 01227 811188
Directions Map (click the map below to download as a PDF)
Travelling by Train:Canterbury has two train stations, East and West, which makes it easily accessible. For information about using the train service, visit the South Eastern website. East station is about 15 minutes walking distance away from the College, and West is roughly 20.
Travelling by Bus:The College is approximately 5 minutes walk from Canterbury Bus station. Buses come to the city from all over Kent. To find out about bus times and routes go to the Stagecoach website.
Travelling by Car:
The main Canterbury College site is situated close to the city centre of Canterbury.
No parking is available at the College site but there is a Park and Ride area at the top of New Dover Road with regular buses passing the College. To reach it, follow the city ringroad until you reach St.George's roundabout (by the Odeon cinema) then turn onto St.George's Place and carry on to New Dover Road.
To find out more about places to park in Canterbury, go to the Council's Parking Services website.
Travelling by Bicycle
View a map of the Canterbury College campus.
Canterbury College Swale Campus
Travelling by Train:The Professional Development Centre our Swale Campus is only a couple of minutes away from it's nearest train station, Sheerness-on-sea.