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Fal Mussel Card Uni

Deadline now passed

The deadline has now passed to apply for a Fal Mussel Card UNI - pay in full for the 2019/2020 academic year. If you would still like to travel on buses, trains and ferries, you can download the First Bus App and pay per month via M-Ticket. More information available by clicking here.

If you have need a replacement Fal Mussel Card UNI because it has become lost or stolen, please call us on 01326 702700 and we can arrange a replacement card for a small cost of £10.

Staff: If you are an exisiting card holder with a Fal Mussel Card Uni due to expire before 30/06/2020, you can still apply to renew your card. Please note: cards will only be valid until 31/08/2020 and charged for accordingly. For more information, please contact your HR department.

Fal Mussel Card Uni

What is it?

The Fal Mussel Card Uni is a travel card available exclusively to students and staff at Falmouth University and Exeter University in Cornwall.

The card gives users completely unlimited & unrestricted travel around Cornwall on a network of buses, ferries and trains.

The card is only available to order up until the 18th October 2019.


You must be a current student or staff member of Falmouth University, Exeter University in Cornwall or FXPlus to be eligible to apply for a Fal Mussel Card Uni. 


The whole of the First Kernow bus network around Cornwall. This includes services in and around Falmouth to the unversity as well as services to Lands End, Bude and everywhere between.


A selection of ferries operating on the Fal River. Head over to St Mawes on the St Mawes Ferry, explore Place and the Roseland Peninsula with Place Ferry, or take a leisurely cruise up the river to Truro on Enterprise Boats.


The Great Western Railway Maritime Line - you can use the Fal Mussel Card Uni between Truro - Falmouth Docks and all the stations between.

Make the most of your time in Cornwall. The Fal Mussel Card Uni is perfect card to start exploring Cornwall and its hidden gems