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Your Journey into Canterbury College

Get ready to embrace independence and discover how to get yourself to College with our helpful transport guide.

Get ready to embrace independence as you journey into College. You will develop a sense of independence as you are in charge for your own timekeeping, work progress and social responsibility. You will be taught in adult learning environments with real-life opportunities that will challenge you to reach your goals, achieve your aspirations and become more independent. Discover how to get yourself to College with our helpful transport guide:

Travelling by bus

The College is a five-minute walk from Canterbury bus station situated in the centre of town. Buses come to the city from all over Kent. You can plan your journey with the Stagecoach website.

Travelling by car

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. 

Travelling by train

You can travel into Canterbury East or West station – both are only a 15-minute walk away from campus. Find out about train services to Canterbury from the National Rail website.

Travelling by bicycle

Canterbury has many cycling routes. If you are coming in by bike, there are secure cycle bays for storage.