University of Greenwich

London, City of - United Kingdom


In 1890 The University of Greenwich includes different campuses:  the Greenwich Campus, located in the grounds of the Old Royal Naval College in the Royal Borough of Greenwich, London, England. It is the largest university in London by student numbers and the greenest in the UK as assessed by The People & Planet Green League.

Quality teaching

Eighty-nine per cent of students who took part in the National Student Survey said that staff are good at explaining things, and also gave high ratings to the fact that their courses are intellectually stimulating and that lecturers are enthusiastic and make their subjects interesting.

Award-winning teachers

Our staff include a winner of the Times Higher Education Most Innovative Teacher Award and several National Teaching Fellows, a status which recognises exceptional teaching.

Research that's outstanding

Our research on tsetse fly was named by Universities UK as one of the eight most important discoveries made in a UK university over the past 60 years.

Research that's life saving

We are developing stents (tiny artificial tubes for keeping open damaged arteries) that can deliver drugs more effectively into the bloodstream.

A collaboration between the university and a UK engineering company has produced a bomb disposal robot that's lighter and easier to carry into the field.

Research that’s inspiring

The university's Natural Resources Institute works across the world to reduce poverty and improve people's lives. Its research helps meet challenges such as pests and diseases and brings new technology and expertise to farmers in developing countries.

Glittering prizes

Our students regularly win awards; recent prizewinners include the recipient of a national tourism prize and a Student Midwife of the Year, while an innovative business idea from a University of Greenwich law student recently won him a trip to the Hong Kong office of law firm Eversheds.

These success stories reflect our long history of student achievement. The pinnacle of this is perhaps Nobel Prize winner Professor Charles Kao, 'Godfather of Broadband', who is one of our alumni.



  Accounting and Finance

  Architecture and Construction

  Business - General

  Business - International

  Business - Management and Logistics

  Computing - General

  Computing - Information Technology

  Computing - Internet

  Computing - Networking and Systems

  Continuing Professional Development

  Criminology

  Economics

  Education - General

  Education - Lifelong Learning

  Education - Primary

  Education - Secondary

  Engineering - Civil

  Engineering - Electrical and Electronic

  Engineering - General

  Engineering - Mechanical

  English

  Environmental Science

  Events Management

  Film and Television

  Food and Agricultural Sciences Programmes

  Geography

  Health and Safety

  Health and Social Care

  History

  Human Resources

  Landscape and Gardens

  Language

  Law

  Maritime Studies

  Marketing

  Mathematics

  Media

  Pharmacy

  Politics

  Psychology and Counselling

  Public Relations

  Science - Biosciences

  Science - General

  Science - Pharmaceutical

  Science - Sport

  Sociology

  Tourism





English Requirements


This is a list of ALL bursaries and scholarships currently available to students of the University of Greenwich for 2014-2015.

Alumni Progression Bursary

Atkins Scholarship

David Fussey Choral Exhibition Bursary

Gravesend Rugby Football Bursary

Gurkha Personnel Bursary

High Achievement Scholarship

National Scholarship Programme

Osborne Scholarship

Royal Navy and Royal Marines Bursary

The Robert Holman Bursary

William Hills Scholarship

For detailed information please contact university.

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Undergraduate programmes


Postgraduate programmes