Travelling to college

Banbury and Bicester College has a campus near Banbury’s town centre, with our specialist classic vehicle programmes run at Bicester Heritage.

We encourage our students to use alternative modes of transport other than cars. By doing this we are aiming to reduce the amount of traffic as well as promoting a healthy lifestyle and living environment.

Banbury and Bicester are situated in north Oxfordshire, with easy access to Oxford. Oxford is ideally placed, well connected to cities and airports, including London Heathrow. 

Banbury campus is a 10-minute walk from Banbury town centre. 

Bicester Heritage is a 25-minute walk Bicester town centre 

We actively encourage our students to cycle to college and there is plenty of bike parking available on-site and cycle lanes locally. 

On the M40, take Junction 11 into Banbury and follow the A361 until you get to the Banbury Cross monument roundabout. Once there, take the exit for B4035 and follow this road round, you will see the Banbury campus reception on your right-hand side. Banbury campus offers limited parking and students are welcome to park in the arts and media car park.  

 

Bicester Heritage Centre 

Bicester Heritage is located 4 miles from either Junction 9 or 10 off the M40, head for postcode OX26 5HA.

If walking or cycling isn't an option, Banbury campus is well served by local buses, including the B5 and B9. Oxfordshire has a large bus network, with stops in town centres across the region. Regular bus services stop in Banbury town centre, just a short walk from Banbury campus. 

Bicester Heritage is served by the X5 bus from Oxford city centre. 

If you are jumping on the train, Banbury campus is a 15-minute walk from Banbury train station. The station is well-connected to areas including Bicester, Birmingham, Leamington Spa, London, Oxford and Warwick, and trains are very frequent. Connections are available to every other major city and town. 

Bicester Heritage is a 20-minute walk from Bicester North Station.

Support with travel

If you are finding it hard to meet the costs of travelling to college, you may be able to get a travel bursary, depending on your situation. For more information on bursaries, to check if you’re eligible, and how to apply, please contact our Advice and Admissions team or look for ‘Funding support’ on our website. 

Banbury and Bicester College

  • Address
    Banbury campus, Broughton Road, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX16 9QA

Opening Times

Term Time
Monday and Wednesday: 8am5:00pm
Tuesday and Thursday: 8am8:00pm 
Friday: 8am4:00pm 

Out of Term 
MondayThursday: 8:30am–5:00pm 
Friday: 8:30am4:00pm 

Term Time
Monday and Wednesday: 8:30am5:00pm
Tuesday and Thursday: 8:30am8:00pm
Friday: 8:30am4:00pm 

Out of Term
MondayThursday: 8:30am5:00pm
Friday: 8:30am4:00pm