How to get to Cambridge Academy for Science and Technology
Cambridge Academy for Science and Technology is situated 2.7 miles south of the city of Cambridge on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus close to Addenbrookes Hospital. The postcode is CB2 OSZ, however, for directions purposes, the best postcode is CB2 8PX.
The college day commences at 08.30 each morning and finishes at 16.30. This provides a level of challenge in such a congested city as Cambridge so we work closely with our students to plan routes into the college. We also encourage students to use public transport or methods of environmentally friendly transport wherever possible.
Cycling and Walking
Cambridge has numerous cycle paths and being a compact flat city, cycling and walking are quick and cheap. There are plenty of cycle racks available for students who wish to cycle.
In conjunction with Whippet Buses, we are pleased to offer a complimentary shuttle bus from Cambridge Railway Station. The timetable is detailed below. Students will need to show their ID card. Any lost property queries should be directed to Whippet Buses.
|Depart Cambridge Railway Station||8:15am (subject to traffic)|
|Arrive UTC Cambridge||8:25am (subject to traffic)|
|Depart UTC Cambridge||4:35pm (subject to traffic)|
|Arrive Cambridge Railway Station||4:45pm (subject to traffic)|
Cambridge Academy of Science and Technology’s location on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus means access by public transport is very good. Frequent bus services operate from most parts of Cambridge and the surrounding area including services that use the Cambridgeshire Guided Busway. Our location is within a 10-minute walk from Addenbrooke’s Hospital Bus Station and some services serve Puddicombe Way, which is directly opposite us.
Bus timetables for getting in to Cambridge and travelling to the college can be viewed via the following links:
Abellio Greater Anglia
Students travelling on the Abellio Greater Anglia rail network should visit www.greenrailtravel.co.uk for Scholars Season Ticket information.
The College policy is to encourage the use of public transport, cycling or walking. Although the College has a car park, parking permits are only issued to students who have a disability or medical condition and will be authorised by the Deputy Head Teacher or Head Teacher and will depend upon availability. There may also be a charge.