Our green University of Kent Unibus runs between Canterbury City Centre and Canterbury campus
Which bus do I catch?
A University term timetable will run from 15 January - 17 June 2017.
Uni1 buses run between Canterbury City Centre and Canterbury campus (via Canterbury East Station) up to every 7-8 minutes Monday to Saturday daytimes and up to every 30 minutes Sunday daytimes.
Uni2 buses run between Canterbury City Centre, the campus and Hales Place (via Canterbury East Station to the University and via Canterbury West Station to the city centre) up to every 30 minutes Monday to Friday daytimes. On Saturdays, Uni2 buses only run between Canterbury City Centre and the University campus up to every 30 minutes. Buses run every hour through the night except on Sunday nights/Monday mornings.
Route 4 runs between Canterbury City Centre, Kingsmead Sainsbury's and the University campus during the day (except Sundays) and continues on to Whitstable (with some buses running to Tankerton and Greenhill). Buses that continue beyond Greenhill towards Herne Bay and Canterbury are numbered route 6.
Triangle buses link the City Centre with Whitstable and Herne Bay. Triangle buses also serve Canterbury campus early in the morning and throughout the evening (Monday to Saturday). On Sundays, they run all day between the City Centre and campus, so there are buses around the clock to take you to Uni!
What tickets can I buy?
Our unirider ticket is the essential, low-cost bus ticket exclusively for University of Kent students.
It allows unlimited travel on all of our buses in Kent and East Sussex, all day and night.
The 2016/17 academic year unirider is available to buy online now for £240.
Other discounted fares
If you only travel occasionally you can buy discounted daily or weekly tickets from the bus driver.
The tickets below give you unlimited travel within the Canterbury megarider zone:
A 7 day megarider is valid for 7 consecutive days from the date of purchase.
A valid KentOne card or Kent Union ID card must be shown on each journey.
Why you’ll love the University of Kent Unibus