College Campuses and Centres
With a number of modern campuses and learning centres spread throughout Aberdeen City and Aberdeenshire, North East Scotland College is widely accessible for people across the region.
As well as the main campuses and centres, the College also run courses from additional smaller centres.
Getting to and from College is a big part of day-to-day life as a student. All campuses at North East Scotland College are well located with regards to transport links. For specific information on travelling to and from a particular campus, please see the main campus page.
If you live quite close by to one of our campuses then walking is a great option – it will also help to keep you fit!
The walkit.com website is extremely useful in helping you to plan your walking routes. It provides lots of useful information, including which routes are the quickest and quietest.
The College provides transport to our Fraserburgh Campus for students, operating from a number of locations including Buckie, Ellon, Huntly, Inverurie, Peterhead and Turriff. These services run subject to demand, and therefore may change from time to time. Please check if a service is running in your area before your course starts - if in doubt, you can call the College for an update.
Please note that a charge is made for bus transport unless you are in receipt of a bursary and meet the conditions required for travelling expenses. In this case your transport will be funded from your bursary.
In addition to the College buses, service buses operate from areas across Aberdeenshire including Banff, Macduff, New Aberdour, New Pitsligo, St. Combs and Aberdeen City Centre. Up-to-date information on these localised routes can be obtained directly from operating bus companies:
Telephone: 01224 650065
Telephone: 0871 200 2233
For those making a long distance journey, a number of bus operators link Aberdeen with most major cities the UK. These include:
Aberdeen is on the rapid east cost rail line, which runs frequent daily train services to Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow, London and a number of other cities throughout the UK. Train operators include:
Arriva Cross Country
From the South, the main A90 dual carriageway links Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire to the motorway network of central Scotland. From there, you have easy access to Edinburgh and Glasgow, and the main motorways of England. From the North, the A96 links Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire to Inverness and the Highlands.
Aberdeen International Airport is served by domestic flights from most major UK cities. Aberdeen can also be reached from cities all over the world, and several airlines operate regular flights to and from Aberdeen International Airport.
Regular services run between Aberdeen, Shetland and Orkney. For more information, please visit:
Other useful links
For up-to-date information on travel and how to navigate your way around Aberdeenshire, or Scotland, the following websites will prove useful: