Transport to and from our campuses
All of our campuses have excellent transport links.
Southend Campus, Stephenson Road and The Forum
Southend has two main line train links into London Liverpool Street and London Fenchurch Street within five minutes’ walk of the main campus. Southend airport is ten minutes from the campus and flies to destinations all over Europe. The town also has excellent train and coach services that service all of the UK.
Thurrock has excellent transport links with trains and buses going to London and all over Essex frequently.
Basildon Campus (Luckyn Lane)
Basildon has excellent transport links with trains and buses going to London and all over Essex frequently.
Canvey Campus (Meppel Avenue)
Frequent buses stop at the campus.
Help with transport costs
All Further Education students can apply for a College bursary for help with travel costs if they live three miles or more from the College. Applications are assessed based on distance from home to College as well as household income.
Local councils also offer travel funding to students aged 16-18 that fit their criteria. Applications start from April and each council will have their own closing date to ensure any awards can start promptly in September.
If you are a full time student and you use the c2c train service to get to College, you can save up to a third off full time travel through a c2c Student Smartcard.
Greater Anglia also offer full time students a discount and you can receive up to 50% off on a season ticket on the Southend Victoria train line.