Transport Links

School Bus Service

Translink provides a dedicated school bus service from Bangor. There are two services in the mornings; an express and a stopper. 


There are two buses in the afternoons leaving from the school grounds to Bangor. A stopper service at 3.55pm and an express at 4.10pm. 

Buses operating to Belfast, Comber, Newtownards and the City Centre run frequently from bus stops adjacent to the College. These are public bus services, for information on timetables please contact Translink

International Travel

Northern Ireland is a unique location and what makes it even more special is that it’s all so accessible.  Every corner of the country is within a two hour drive so exploring the distinctive landmarks couldn’t be easier.  The economy is thriving, new industries are being created and cities are being revitalised with millions being invested in regeneration.

Northern Ireland in recent times has moved on and currently enjoys peace and prosperity.  Today the people are confidently looking forward to building a new future together. Northern Ireland offers a wonderful blend of big city life, cultural and historic attractions with countryside, beaches and areas of outstanding natural beauty right on its doorstep. But that is not all, it also offers a fantastic mix of urban excitement with a thriving theatre and arts scene and great shopping.

We are able to arrange airport transfers for international students.

Belfast City Airport is located only 3 km from School (5 minutes by taxi, approx cost £7) and is served by Aer Lingus, Flybe and British Airways who offer direct flights to the United Kingdom and Europe.

Belfast International is located 34km from School (30 minutes by taxi, approx cost £30) and is served by United Airlines, Easyjet, Jet2 who operate flights to the United Kingdom, Europe and New York.

London Heathrow airport can be reached in just 1 hour 20 minutes and London Gatwick 1 hour 25 minutes from Belfast City Airport so it is easy to connect onwards to other worldwide destinations. The map on the right shows some connections to mainland UK.