Stena Line offers free student places

Student Rebekah Wallace celebrates that students can go free to university when they travel with Stena Line. One adult can travel on any of Stena Line?s five Irish Sea routes from as little as ?79 single and bring a car full of students for free, as well as everything needed for university life including cases of clothes, textbooks, TVs ? everything you need to make your new place home from home!

Student Rebekah Wallace celebrates that students can go free to university when they travel with Stena Line. One adult can travel on any of Stena Line?s five Irish Sea routes from as little as ?79 single and bring a car full of students for free, as well as everything needed for university life including cases of clothes, textbooks, TVs ? everything you need to make your new place home from home!

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leading ferry company Stena Line is aiming to ease the financial burden on students and their families by offering FREE travel to Scotland and England in time for starting or returning to university.

With demand for university places in Northern Ireland extremely high, more and more students are likely to seek education across the Irish Sea in 2012 than in previous years.

“Reports this week have shown that up to 8000 students will miss out on places at universities in Northern Ireland due to a record number of applications,” said the ferry company’s Marketing Manager Ian Baillie. “Therefore, the need for places in Scotland and England is set to rise accordingly, so travelling across the Irish Sea is a very likely option for lots of our students.”

This is the eighth year Stena Line has run its Students Go Free campaign which has proven successful not only with students, but the parents who are able to accompany their son or daughter to ensure the university term gets off to a good start.

With University fees on the increase, Stena Line believes that this year, saving where you can is an extremely important factor for parents and students alike.

“Starting university has always been a costly business”, said Ian, “but with universities charging up to £9,000 in fees from 2012, the financial burden is that extra bit heavier.

“As well as saving money, we are also conscious that students leaving the nest can find the new situation very overwhelming and we hope that by parents travelling with them, it will help make settling in that little bit easier.”

One adult can travel on any of Stena Line’s five Irish Sea routes from as little as £79 single and bring a car full of students for free, as well as everything needed for university life including cases of clothes, textbooks, TVs – everything you need to make your new place home from home!

Students not travelling by car can also take advantage of Stena Line’s Sail & Rail offer from Belfast to Glasgow or Edinburgh from only £27** per person single. Student coach fares to Ayr, Glasgow and Edinburgh begin at only £26 single. Student coach fares to Birmingham, Manchester and London are from only £30 Single.

For further information or to book, click on www.stenaline.co.uk/student, call 08447 707070 or visit your local travel agent.