Buses and Coaches
All towns and cities in the UK have buses operating, and coaches are frequent between all the major urban areas.
Once you have figured out the right buses to get to and from the school you are studying at, you will find this is one of the cheapest methods of transport. The cheapest way to get between cities is to take a coach service such as National Express. Ticket prices and times can all be found online. There are cheaper tickets available for young adults from the ages of 16-26 called a "Young Person Coach Card". This will entitle you to around a 30% discount, and non-British citizens can also apply for a BritXplorer Card for 7/14/28 days.
National Express: www.nationalexpress.com
Traveling by Train
This type of card costs about £26 per year. To apply for one of these you must do so at the railway station. Be sure to take along with you your school offer or student certificate, your passport and a passport size photograph.
For more information, please visit: www.16-25railcard.co.uk
Flying by plane
You can find more information on these sites below:
The Tube or London Underground
The best way to get around London is to take the London Underground or Tube as is also known. Students studying in London are advised to purchase an Oyster Card as this gives you discounts to travel at all times on the underground. If you are just visiting London then you can buy a one day travel card.
For more information please visit: www.tfl.gov.uk