Writtle University College is situated two miles from the city centre of Chelmsford and just a few minutes walk from the main bus route through Writtle village.
There are several transport options for students attending Writtle University College. The most popular are:
Students can apply for Post-16 transport assistance from Essex County Council if you are under 19 at the beginning of the academic year and met their criteria. Students will need to apply direct to Essex County Council for eligibility.
Each council has its own transport policy, and the above information relates only to students living within Essex. We therefore suggest that you contact the council, specific to where you live to discuss schemes operating in your area. Information sheet below.
Great Anglia Railway offer a discounted rate for travel to Writtle University College by rail.
Writtle University College have been liaising with First Bus Essex to provide discounted travel on First Bus Essex Transport Service and we are pleased to offer all Writtle University College students a discounts with the Student Travel Club.
Tickets will be avaliabe from August 2021
Writtle University College provides a transport scheme in some areas that is a direct alternative to public transport and is charged at a different rate. This service is available for both FE and HE students. Find out more which locations we currently provide a mini bus service for by clicking the button below.
Please Note Routes and locations may change or be discontinued depending on demand for Semesters 2020/21.
Writtle University College currently operate a shuttle bus service to and from the railway and bus station area in Chelmsford mornings and evenings during FE term times.
The minibuses pickup in Coval Lane, Chelmsford (beside the council offices). This is a first come first served service. No fee or prior booking necessary. Find out more about our free shuttle bus service by clicking the button below
STUDENT TRAVEL DISCOUNTS
Whether you are looking at starting a College course with us or a University course, below are some useful documents on travel discounts available for students.
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE SCHEME
Students who are experiencing financial difficulty must apply to their local County Council for assistance in the first instance (Post 16 Transport). If students are unable to get financial assistance from their Local County Council, they can apply for help (up to 50%) from the WUC means-tested bursary/support fund. Application forms will be available from July 2021, but the fund will not open until 15/09/2021, therefore it cannot assist with the initial first payment. For details contact us by clicking the button below.