Studio Main School is on Station Road, Cambridge, just 2 minutes' walk from the City train station and 10-15 minutes' walk from the city shopping centre and its University colleges.
Postcode: CB1 2JF
Hills Road Sixth Form College is on Hills Road in Cambridge. The college is next to Purbeck Road, just south from Station Road, on the junction of Hills Road and Cherry Hinton Road. The college is 20 minutes' walk from the city centre and 5 minutes' walk from Studio Main School and the train station.
Postcode: CB2 2PE
You may wish to travel around the city by bike or bus during your stay.
This is the favourite and most traditional way for getting around Cambridge, which has many cycle lanes to separate bikes from car traffic. We recommend that you only hire bicycles (approximately £17.00 per week, plus a deposit) if you are a competent cyclist and confident about cycling on English roads.
Visit https://www.visitcambridge.org/things-to-do/on-your-bike/cycle-hire for bike hire details
An alternative to the bike would be to use the local bus services. You can buy a 'Citi' bus pass (approximately £15.00 per week), which is called a 'Megarider'. These can be bought on the buses by asking the driver directly. There is a bus stop directly in front of the school. Studio staff will also be able to help you choose the correct bus, which will take you to and from the school or city centre.
From central London, Cambridge is 45 minutes by train or 1 hour 30 minutes by road.
Travelling by train to Cambridge
For train details please visit https://www.thetrainline.com. When you arrive in Cambridge (at Station Road), take a taxi to your accommodation. The cost of the taxi should be between £10.00 and £15.00.
Travelling by bus between London's airports and Cambridge
National Express is a bus company that operates a regular service between all the major London airports and Cambridge city centre. For timetable information, please visit http://www.nationalexpress.com and follow the instructions provided on the homepage.
When you arrive in Cambridge (at Drummer Street) take a taxi to your accommodation. The cost of the taxi should be between £10.00 and £15.00.
For more information on the airports, please see links below:
London Stansted: http://www.stansted-airport-guide.co.uk/
London Luton: https://www.luton-airport-guide.co.uk/
London Heathrow: http://www.heathrow-airport-guide.co.uk/
London Gatwick: http://www.gatwick-airport-guide.co.uk/
Airport taxi transfers
We can arrange for a taxi to meet you at any of London's international airports. It is also possible to meet you at other airports or seaports. Please contact us for details.
The cost of a one-way taxi transfer to Cambridge in is:
Exact costs can be found on the enrolment form. These costs include one hour's waiting time. Additional time is charged at approx £15.00 per hour.
The advantages of a taxi transfer
Although taking a taxi is often the most expensive of option, it has several advantages. Our transfers team deals with all your transportation arrangements and will make sure that a taxi from a trusted firm will be there to meet you when you arrive at the airport. Taxi transfers can prove good value if there are two or three students sharing a single car. It is also ideal for students who:
What we need from you to book a taxi transfer
You can order your taxi with us when you book your course (via the online enrolment form) or at a later point by emailing us a request up to one week before you are due to arrive.
To book the transfer through us, you will need to send us the following information, no later than one week before the day of your arrival.
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