Rosyth Campus, Rosyth Business Park, Wood Road, Rosyth, KY11 2EARosyth Campus is located just off the M90 within the dockyard on the Firth of Forth, providing approximately 10,000 square metres of purpose-built training facilities dedicated to the engineering and renewable sectors.
Planning Your Journey
Fife College aims to be Net Zero by 2035, ten years ahead of Scottish Government targets. Travel to and from the college is a big part of our total carbon emissions and an area that continues to increase its impact on the environment.
Fife College is committed to reducing all emissions relating to travel, and encouraging the use of low-carbon transport to our campuses is a key action to reduce emissions. We have therefore detailed below some alternative methods of getting to campus.
To plan your journey using public transport options, you can use Traveline.
Also, Rome2Rio is a personalised journey planner, which can advise you on how to travel to campus via various public transport options, including a calculation of the cost of your trip.
Useful Public Transport Links
Rosyth Campus is a 30-minute walk from the centre of Rosyth town, or a 40-minute walk from Rosyth train station.
We have 14 bicycle racks and 3 bicycle storage cubes available at our Dunfermline Campus, which require a padlock for safe bike storage. There is also a bike maintenance pump available for cyclists. You can plan your cycle route to campus on cycle streets.
There are some traffic free cycling routes, for example Route 764 is a path that runs to Western Fife direction, all the way from Dunfermline to Clackmannan.
Rosyth Campus is a 40-minute walk or 13-minute cycle from Rosyth train station.
Rosyth station provides direct and frequent links to Edinburgh (30 minutes) and Dunfermline City (5 minutes).
Railcards can be purchased for those aged between 16-25 years, providing a 1/3 discount on all train tickets.
Buses that pass near the Rosyth Campus are: 19 (Rosyth to Dunfermline/Cowdenbeath/Lochgelly) and 88 (Rosyth to Inverkeithing).
Those under the age of 22 years old living in Scotland can apply for a free Young Persons nation-wide bus travel card.
Ferrytoll Park and Ride is located at the south end of Inverkeithing, just off the A90, providing links from the South of Fife to Edinburgh.
The Ferrytoll Park and Ride is just under 30 minutes' walk to the campus. Alternatively, it is a 6-minute bus ride to Europcar (bus 88) and then an 11-minute walk to campus.
Further information can be found here.
Driving to Rosyth Campus is easily accessible due to the proximity to the M90.
Google Maps is the recommended platform to use for following directions to campus.
If travelling from Edinburgh, drive along the A90 and M90 to B981 in Fife and then take exit 1B from M90. Take Ferrytoll Road along Wood Road, then Fife College will be on the right.
If travelling from north of the campus, follow the A92, then merge onto the M90, at junction 1C, and take the A985/A921 exit to Kincardine Bridge/Inverkeithing. At Admiralty junction, take the 3rd exit onto Admiralty Road. Then continue onto Castle Road in Rosyth, and then continue onto Wood Road, then Fife College will be on the right.
If alternative transport modes are not feasible, and you do decide to drive to Rosyth Campus, there are 156 parking spaces on site.
Electric Charging Points
A map of local charging points can be found here.