Stephenson Road Campus
Centre for advanced technologies
Stephenson Road Campus
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0345 52 12345
Please note the campus building is open until the times stated but the phone lines will close at 5pm.
AddressNo. 28 & No. 30 Stephenson Road (off Progress Road)
Our new state-of-the-art Motor Vehicle, Engineering and Construction Centre at Stephenson Road Campus will feature cutting-edge facilities and workshops.
Our ambition is to equip more young people in the local area with the right skills to secure jobs in these important industries for the UK economy.
Our newest facility located off Progress Road will provide you with everything you need for your education and training in motor mechanics, engineering and the construction trades. The site features cutting-edge facilities and workshops.
A term time shuttle bus service is available between our Stephenson Road campus and Pitsea train station for students.
The service runs every morning and afternoon to work in accordance with student timetables and costs £250 a year. Funding may be available to students subject to status, please contact the funding team for more information.
Application forms are available on campus and service users will be required to sign an agreement/terms of service to utilise the service.
A convenient place to live
Our Stephenson Road Campus is located close to the heart of Southend, with its shops, restaurants and bars.
The transport links are excellent with a comprehensive bus network and two major London-bound train lines (including nine rail stations in the borough).
Southend is famous for its great nightlife. There are pubs, clubs and restaurants to suit every taste and the seafront offers everything from a fun park with lots of rides, amusement arcades, bowling, a trip along our famous pier or just a day on the beach.
Arts and festivals
There’s a strong community of artists in the town with regular shows and exhibitions such as the Beecroft and Focal Point galleries, which feature visits from international artists. Southend’s major theatres, the Cliffs Pavilion and the Palace Theatre, attract major West End touring productions, as well as concerts, ballet, opera and comedy. There are also various festivals throughout the year including: Southend Film Festival (April), Village Green (June), Leigh Folk Festival (June) and Thurrock Festival (July).
Sport and leisure
Being a coastal town, windsurfing, sailing and kite surfing are popular local pastimes, with speedboat racing and a sailing regatta also taking place every year. If hiking along the estuary is your thing then you’ll enjoy picturesque Hadleigh Country Park and walks. For mountain bike fans the track created for the 2012 Olympics offers a challenging off-road course for both cyclists and runners.
Parks, gardens and history
Southend offers a number of lavish parks, public gardens and woodland. It is a town steeped in history with an 11th century castle, an ancient priory and churches mentioned in the Domesday Book as well as several local museums.
Food and drink
With around 300 places to eat in the borough, from large chains and independent family-run restaurants to the College’s own Waves restaurant, Southend offers a choice of global cuisine.
Southend has a huge variety of shops with all the major high street stores and plenty of small independent traders. There are two shopping malls; the Victoria Shopping Centre and The Royals Shopping Centre.