Canterbury is well connected to surrounding towns and the coast. It has great cycling, bus and train routes, and regular Park & Ride services. Our Canterbury campus is only a five minute walk from the town centre.
The campus is a 5 minute walk from Canterbury Bus station. Buses come to the city from all over Kent - find out about bus times and routes.
We are situated close to Canterbury city centre. To find us, follow the city ring road until you reach St George's roundabout (by the Odeon cinema), turn onto St George's Place and carry on to New Dover Road. There is no parking onsite but a Park & Ride service operates from the top of New Dover Road. Alternatively, find out where you can park in Canterbury.
You can come into Canterbury East and West stations – both are only a 15 minute walk away from campus. Find out about train services to Canterbury from the National Rail website.
Canterbury has many cycling routes. If you are coming in by bike there are secure cycle bays for storage.
Our Sheppey campus is based in Sheerness (opposite McDonalds and close to Tesco). It’s within a few minutes’ walking distance from train and bus stations.
The closest train station is Sheerness-on-Sea (a 2 minute walk from our campus). If you are travelling to Sheppey, you will need to change at Sittingbourne to get the connection to Sheerness-on-Sea. Find out about train services to Sheerness-on-Sea from the National Rail website.
The campus is next to the Tesco bus stop. Find out about bus times and routes.
At Sheerness Docks roundabout, bear right and cross the bridge. At the next (mini) roundabout, keep in the left-hand lane and head towards Tesco. You will quickly reach a second mini roundabout turn right and you will arrive at the College. There is some parking, and there are several public car parks in Sheerness.
If you are aged 16-19 you can get unlimited bus travel for £400 a year from Kent County Council. Find out more.