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UCA Rochester
Fort Pitt

Tel: +44 (0)1634 888702

By road

Take the M2 from either London or East Kent direction, then exit the M2 at junction 3 (A229). Follow the signs to Chatham/Rochester. After the Toys 'R' Us roundabout, stay in the left hand lane and continue onto City Way.

After about 2 miles, at the bottom of the hill, turn right at the mini roundabout into New Road Avenue, then after 1/4 mile turn right into Fort Pitt Hill. The entrance to the University is at the top at the hill.

By rail

Take a National Rail train from London Victoria to either Rochester or Chatham stations, then walk for five minutes to the University at the top of Fort Pitt Hill.

Eurostar passengers should get off the train at London St. Pancras International before taking the Underground (Victoria Line - Northbound) to Victoria.

By air

It takes between one and two hours to drive from Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted and Luton airports to UCA Rochester. Please see the links below for more detailed travel information.

By sea

The English Channel ferry crossing arrives at Dover and the Eurotunnel at Folkestone. Dover and Folkestone are one hour from Rochester.

By rail, take a National Rail train from Dover Priory to Rochester or Chatham and then walk to the University.

By road, take the M20 northbound before exiting at junction 6 onto the A229, heading towards Rochester. Take this road into town before taking a sharp right turn at Old Patten's Lane, then left up Boundary Road. At the T Junction turn left on Fort Pitt Hill which will take you up to the campus.


We are unable to offer parking on campus at Rochester and with limited street parking surrounding the campus visitors are encouraged to use public transport where possible. Exceptions can be made for Blue Badge Holders, and anyone with special requirements should contact UCA Rochester directly.

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