If you’re into fashion, design, IT, performing arts or media, we have the kind of leading-edge workspaces at Banbury college that you’ll need to flex your creative talents!
There is a photography studio, television and radio studios, and fully-equipped Mac suites for graphic design. When your masterpiece is ready, there’s an inspiring central atrium space for exhibitions and a cinema room for showcasing work.
There’s no better place in Oxfordshire for motor vehicle study. Our on-site motor vehicle centre has the latest engine-diagnostic facilities and vehicle lifts. Our link with Hyundai means learning is modern and relevant as you’ll be training on newly-registered vehicles. Our teaching staff have excellent links with the motorsport industry and a wealth of experience to share!
Our Learning Environment is a space for you to study and focus on your work. You will be able to book PCs, access resources and borrow books.
You can grab a drink or a bite to eat from the café on campus or unwind and get pampered with a variety of hair and beauty treatments at The Salon. Discover our excellent facilities that are open to members of the public.
Banbury and Bicester College, Broughton Road, Banbury, OX16 9QA
Please note: Our campus is split into two sites.
Our main campus (at the address above) houses the reception area, Student Services, Catering, The Learning Resource Centre, and general classrooms. You’ll need to come here during opening hours to register for a new course or make any enquiries in person.
Our second site, which is on the opposite side of the road and only a few metres up from our main entrance, houses the Creative Arts Centre, which is home to classes on art, media, and also vocational subjects, such as motor mechanics. Limited parking is available on both sites.
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Walk and cycle
Our college is a ten-minute walk from the town centre. We encourage our students to cycle to college as there is plenty of safe bike parking available on-site and cycle lanes locally.
Bus and train
If walking or cycling isn’t an option, Banbury campus is well served by local buses, including the B5 and B9. Oxfordshire has a large bus network, and buses regularly stop in Banbury town centre, just a short walk from Banbury campus.
If you are taking the train, Banbury campus is a 15-minute walk from Banbury train station. The station is well-connected to areas including Bicester, Birmingham, Leamington Spa, London, Oxford and Warwick, and trains are very frequent.
On the M40, take Junction 11 into Banbury and follow the A361 until you get to the Banbury Cross monument roundabout. Once there, take the exit for B4035 and follow this road round, you will see the Banbury campus reception on your right-hand side.
Banbury campus offers limited parking, but students are welcome to park in the arts and media car park.
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If you have any questions about our facilities or our courses, please contact us.