Getting to College

Over 1,000 students use our transport network to get to College.

We organise and coordinate a network of over 25 minibuses and coaches, transporting students to our Moulton campus from across Northamptonshire, Leicestershire, Cambridgeshire and Buckinghamshire.

Our service also runs to our Vocational Skills Academy in Higham Ferrers, from a large number of pick-up points.

Booking your seat on the bus

When you apply for your course just let us know if you want to use our bus service and we will make all the arrangements. Bus pick up points are reviewed each year, depending upon demand. Whilst we cannot guarantee that we will travel to your specific location we do our best to work out the routes so that they are as accessible to as many people as possible, with a wide range of pick-up points.

Please contact our friendly Transport Team if you require any further information.

How much does it cost?

The cost of bus passes is reviewed each year and varies depending upon mode of attendance at College. The figures below are based on the fees charged for 2019-20 and subject to change for 2020-21.

Study modeAnnual costPayment per term
Full-time£585£195
Part-time£195£65

Help with Travel Costs

All full-time students aged 16-18 years old who live more than three miles from their study campus, can sign up to receive subsidised travel from the local authority. For those students with a household income of less than £28,000 the College can also offer a travel bursary worth up to £600.

For more information about financial support and bursaries visit our Fees and Financial Support pages.

If you would prefer to use public transport to reach the College, Moulton village sits on a public service bus route that extends from Northampton to Kettering. Please note that the timings of the public bus service is not guaranteed to meet the needs of all students.

Please use the links below to find out more about public transport:

@MoultonCollege

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