How to get there by Car / Train / Bus
From Glasgow: take the M8 west towards Glasgow Airport then the A737 towards Irvine, this road will take you through Dalry and into Kilwinning.
From Greenock: take the A78 and then the A737, this road will take you through Dalry and into Kilwinning.
For detailed directions visit the AA Route Planner or the Google Maps website.
Kilwinning railway station is within easy walking distance of the North Ayrshire Campus.
For train times or further information visit the First ScotRail website or call 08457 48 49 50.
From Glasgow: Frequent services from Glasgow to Ayr, Irvine, Largs and other towns in the area are frequent and all pass through
From Greenock: Travelling from Greenock you will need to take the Glasgow Central service and change at Paisley Gilmour Street station for a connecting service to Kilwinning.
Kilwinning is served by a frequent bus service operated by Stagecoach and First Bus from Glasgow, Paisley and Irvine. Further information
can be found on the Traveline Scotland website or by calling 0870 608 2 608.
By Air: The nearest airport, Glasgow Prestwick Airport, is a mere 15 minute drive from Kilwinning, allowing easy access for both domestic and international
How to get there by Car/Train/Bus if you need additional support
Some people drive to the College from where they stay.
Some people who have a disability can get a taxi paid for by the College.
If you are coming by bus from Kilmarnock you can get a number 11 bus from Kilmarnock Bus Station straight to the college every ten minutes.
The station is about 5 minutes walk away from the College.
If you use a wheelchair you have to book a ramp so you can get on and off.
It is 35 minutes to Glasgow and 25 minters to Ayr.
One thing you must be aware of is if you stay in Queen’s Park some of the Glasgow trains don’t stop there.