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Hi everyone
I just got an offer to study at Medway school of pharmacy to study pharmaceutical sciences and I accepted the offer immediately since I am very passionate about studying there, but I have an issue
I am very worried about travelling to the campus everyday from London since I'm gonna stay at home, Does anyone know how to get to the campus from London by public transport
I have searched on google and the journey seems okay but how about train tickets and passes? how does it work? Please if you know anything let me know
I will be very grateful
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Alternatively, you could grow up and move out to live closer to the university?
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(Original post by Saya98)
Hi everyone
I just got an offer to study at Medway school of pharmacy to study pharmaceutical sciences and I accepted the offer immediately since I am very passionate about studying there, but I have an issue
I am very worried about travelling to the campus everyday from London since I'm gonna stay at home, Does anyone know how to get to the campus from London by public transport
I have searched on google and the journey seems okay but how about train tickets and passes? how does it work? Please if you know anything let me know
I will be very grateful
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Good afternoon,

Would this be via the University of Greenwich as we do not offer a degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences? Either way, congratulations on your offer!!

Where from London are you travelling from? You can get to Chatham from London Victoria (1 hour) or Kings Cross (50 mins) or Stratford (40 mins). Alternatively you could catch the University bus from Greenwich 40 mins).

You would need to get a return ticket for each day. It may be cheaper to book tickets in advance using the trainline app. As a student, you can get a 16-25 railcard that also gets you a third off ticket prices.

From the station you can either walk (30mins) or get a 5 minute bus straight to campus which is £1 each way with your student ID.

It may be worth looking at how much it would cost you in train fares for 5 days compared to rent.

We have lots of students here who commute from London, so it shouldn't be an issue I hope this helped.

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