University of Greenwich

The University of Greenwich is a large and diverse institution that offers a taste of the city and country across its three campuses. The University has a vast portfolio of degree programmes that are taught by highly qualified staff with wide ranging expertise and links to business and industry.

Main Campus:

Locations:
Greenwich in South-East London, Avery Hill also in South-East London and Medwey in Kent

Student Population:
28,790

International Students:
5,470


Faculties:

Overview

—   Ranked top university in London for teaching excellence.
—   Greenwich continually invests in developing its three campuses.
—   Ranked first in London for student satisfaction with teaching.
—   Greenwich offers students extensive support and welfare services that help with all aspects of university life and beyond.

Areas Of Study

Schools and Institutes

Undergraduate, postgraduate and other programmes
are offered in the following disciplines:

School of Architecture, Design & Construction
The Business School
School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences
School of Education
School of Engineering
Greenwich Maritime Institute (GMI)
School of Health & Social Care
School of Humanities & Social Sciences
School of Law
Medway School of Pharmacy
Natural Resources Institute (NRI)
School of Science

Pathway Programmes 

English language 
The University of Greenwich runs dedicated English language courses for international students, which are accredited by the British Council. There are pre-sessional courses that will help improve students academic English and will provide students with the skills they need to in order to meet their course’s English language requirements. Additionally postgraduate students are able to undertake English language courses during their academic programmes.

Foundation Programmes 
The International Foundation Diploma prepares students for undergraduate study at a British university and develops their English language skills. For students who have been educated in English or who meet the minimum IELTS requirements, the University offers the International Foundation Programme with Cultural Studies (IFPCS). The programme provides students with the skills and confidence to undertake higher academic study.

Campus Facilities

Location
The University of Greenwich can be found at three great locations:
Greenwich in South-East London, Avery Hill also in South-East London and Medwey in Kent. The principle Greenwich campus is on a World Heritage Site on the banks of the river Thames and contains many magnificent buildings and is just 10 minutes from Central London.

Fees and Finance

Undergradute programmes – £10,350
Postgraduate programmes – £11,350

Please see www2.gre.ac.uk/students/international/internationalstudents/finance/fees
for a comprehensive list.

Living Expenses – For Undergraduate and Postgraduate
For Visa Applications made up until the 30 June 2014, Students require £7,200 for maintenance and the balance of the full tuition fee after payments, for Visa Applications made from the 1 July 2014, Students require £7,380 for maintenance and the balance of the full tuition fee after payments, in their bank account for a period of 28 days plus. At no time during that period should their money drop below this amount. The bank statement should be no more than a month old.

Employability and Careers

Greenwich works with employers to provide the workplace skills students need to succeed. Employers help design and shape programme content, ensuring Greenwich’s teaching reflects the latest developments in industry.

It is a completely different experience for meand I am really enjoying it. I feel very lucky to be a part of this university .
–    Nazneed Sultan –
Accounting and Finance Student.

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