University of Greenwich

University of Greenwich





The University of Greenwich traces its roots back to 1890. The main campus is situated at the Old Royal Naval College near the banks of River Thames attracting students from different countries.

International students from more than 140 countries attend the university making the University of Greenwich one of the top two most globally diverse universities according to The Hotcourses Diversity Index. The University of Greenwich was also named one of the “most international” universities on the planet by Times Higher Education magazine.



The University of Greenwich offers over 150 postgraduate programmes over three campuses, with four faculties. These faculties include Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Business School, Faculty of Education and Health and Faculty of Engineering and Science. The main intake is in the month of September when most of our programmes begin and for some specific programmes, and a specific January intake for postgraduate students.




Most of the programmes are accredited by professional bodies depending on the programme you choose to study. These professional bodies include the Engineering Accreditation Board, British Computer Society, Institution of Engineering and Technology and many more. This specifies that the accredited programme is of high quality and meets the needs of the industry, meaning you will study a programme designed to help your future employment prospects in your industry of choice.

The teaching staff at the University of Greenwich are specialised in their discipline and possess substantial knowledge about the relevant industry. You will study in a diverse environment along with other international students and learn the different perspectives on a particular topic. This will be accompanied by facilities provided by the university in form of laboratories, libraries and teaching spaces where £80 million+ have been invested in the last 5 years.


The University of Greenwich has received 9 x Times Higher Education Awards, 4 x Queen’s Anniversary Prizes for Higher & Further Education and 2 x Guardian University Award.

The University of Greenwich has invested extensively in the facilities provided to the current students. More than £80 million has been invested in the last 5 years on libraries, computing, and student centres as well as sports facilities. Each campus has its own library with working spaces, group study rooms, computers and thousands of books.

At the university, you will find all the information regarding the advice and support services provided by the university. Student Registration, Financial Advice, Employment, Welfare and Support, Student Records, Accommodation are some of the services provided at the Student Centre.


An additional investment of £25 million has been made on computing facilities and teaching spaces which opened in September 2018. Dreadnought building is the new home for the Greenwich Student’s Union and includes a gym and social space.

The University of Greenwich has a £1 million scholarship fund available each year to help the best and brightest international students. Applications for the scholarship are open to new full-time, international students holding an offer to start their course in academic year 2019/20. Payment of this award is by way of tuition fee reduction.

Studying at the University of Greenwich is an experience above just getting a degree. You will be a part of a friendly international community that will help you discover new talents and achieve extraordinary things.




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