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        Falkner RoadFarnhamSurreyGU9 7DSUCA CanterburyNew Dover Road Canterbury KentCT1 3ANTel: +44 (0)1227 817302By roadFrom London, take the M2 towards Dover, then the A2 at Faversham (take the exit at Junction 7).Exit the A2 at the A2050 to Canterbury. At the outskirts of the city, take a right at St Peter's Roundabout and follow the A290/A28 Ring Road. Turn right at the third roundabout by the cinema (signposted A2050 to Sandwich) into New Dover Road.Immediately after the traffic lights turn left into the University drive - look for the signs to Canterbury College and to UCA. Follow the drive round to the right and UCA is on your left.By railTake a National Rail train from London Victoria to Canterbury East, then take a taxi to the University (Make sure that you ask for the University for the Creative Arts in New Dover Road - Canterbury has several colleges and universities and sometimes the taxi drivers get them confused!).Alternatively take a National Rail train from London St. Pancras International or London Waterloo East to Canterbury West, changing at Ashford International if necessary, then take a taxi to the University.Eurostar passengers can get off the train at Ashford International in Kent. This station has direct rail links to Canterbury.By airIt takes between one and two hours to drive from Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted and Luton airports to the UCA campuses. The same journeys take between two and three hours by train. Please see the links below for detailed directions.Arriving from Heathrow AirportArriving from Gatwick AirportArriving from Stansted AirportArriving from Luton AirportBy seaThe English Channel ferry crossing arrives at Dover and the Eurotunnel at Folkestone. Dover and Folkestone are less than 30 minutes from Canterbury.From Dover you can take a National Express Coach from Dover (Ferry Port) to Canterbury (Bus Station), or you can catch a National Rail train from Dover Priory to Canterbury East. From these stations you can catch a taxi to the University (make sure to specify to the taxi driver you want the University for the Creative Arts at New Dover Road).If you choose to drive, take the A256 north, which leads onto the A2 towards Canterbury. Exit the A2 at the A2050 towards Canterbury. Turn right at Edward Road, signposted Canterbury College. Follow the drive round to the right and UCA is on your left.ParkingThere is limited parking available on campus and visitors are asked to use one of the signed car parks in Canterbury city centre. Exceptions can be made for Blue Badge Holders and anyone with special requirements should contact UCA Canterbury directly.Further information on car parks is provided by Canterbury City Council. A Park and Ride service is also in operation along New Dover Road Monday to Saturday and stops outside the UniversityUCA EpsomAshley RoadEpsomSurrey KT18 5BET: +44 (0) 1372 728811By roadOn the A3 from London, exit at the Tolworth Roundabout take the A24 heading for Epsom town centre. When you enter Epsom town centre, pass under the railway bridge, bear right into the main High Street and keep to the left hand lane, turning left at the lights into Ashley Road. Keep to the left hand lane and the University is on the left just after the turning for Heathcote Road.From the M25, take the A24 from junction 9. Follow the road through Ashtead into Epsom, bear right onto the High Street (the clock tower will be on your right). At the next main set of lights turn right into Ashley Road. Move immediately into the left hand lane and the University is on the left just after the turning for Heathcote Road.By railTake a National Rail train from London Waterloo or London Victoria to Epsom. It is five minutes' walk from Epsom station to the University, opposite Rosebery Park in Ashley Road. As you leave the station turn left down Station Approach, then right down Waterloo Road. Cross the High Street into Ashley Road (you will need to be on the left hand side of the road). Walk past Heathcote Road and the University is on the left.Eurostar passengers should get off the train at London St. Pancras International, then take the Underground (Victoria Line - Southbound) to London Victoria, or change at Oxford Circus for the Bakerloo line - Southbound to Waterloo.By airIt takes between one and two hours to drive from Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted and Luton airports to UCA Epsom. The same journeys take between two and three hours by train. There are rail connections from all the airports via central London to Epsom, where you can walk or take a taxi to the University. Please see the links below for more detailed information.Arriving from Heathrow AirportArriving from Gatwick AirportArriving from Stansted AirportArriving from Luton AirportParkingThere is limited parking available on campus to visitors.UCA RochesterFort PittRochesterKent ME1 1DZTel: +44 (0)1634 888702By roadTake the M2 from either London or East Kent direction, then exit the M2 at junction 3 (A229). Follow the signs to Chatham/Rochester. After the Toys 'R' Us roundabout, stay in the left hand lane and continue onto City Way.After about 2 miles, at the bottom of the hill, turn right at the mini roundabout into New Road Avenue, then after 1/4 mile turn right into Fort Pitt Hill. The entrance to the University is at the top at the hill.By railTake a National Rail train from London Victoria to either Rochester or Chatham stations, then walk for five minutes to the University at the top of Fort Pitt Hill.Eurostar passengers should get off the train at London St. Pancras International before taking the Underground (Victoria Line – Northbound) to Victoria.By airIt takes between one and two hours to drive from Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted and Luton airports to UCA Rochester. Please see the links below for more detailed travel information.Arrival from Heathrow AirportArrival from Gatwick AirportArrival from Stansted AirportArrival from Luton AirportBy seaThe English Channel ferry crossing arrives at Dover and the Eurotunnel at Folkestone. Dover and Folkestone are one hour from Rochester.By rail, take a National Rail train from Dover Priory to Rochester or Chatham and then walk to the University.By road, take the M20 northbound before exiting at junction 6 onto the A229, heading towards Rochester. Take this road into town before taking a sharp right turn at Old Patten's Lane, then left up Boundary Road. At the T Junction turn left on Fort Pitt Hill which will take you up to the campus.ParkingWe are unable to offer parking on campus at Rochester and with limited street parking surrounding the campus visitors are encouraged to use public transport where possible. Exceptions can be made for Blue Badge Holders, and anyone with special requirements should contact UCA Rochester directly. Further information on the location of parking is provided by Medway Council.
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