The University of Greenwich offers the best of both worlds; city and country. As a student you would be on the doorstep of London, but we also offer the cream of Kent - rolling hills, pub-to-pub walks and seaside resorts. The University has three campuses: Avery Hill and Greenwich in London, and Medway in Kent. The University is proud of its diverse student body. People from more than 140 countries choose to study at Greenwich, part of an international student community of 4,900.
Innovation, strong links to industry and commerce, complemented by research excellence and an international agenda are what make the University of Greenwich a leading modern university. The University has a resource base of highly qualified staff with wide ranging expertise and significant links with business and industry; this, coupled with 25,000 students from a variety of backgrounds and countries provides an imaginative and affluent learning experience for all.
The University’s vast portfolio of masters and degree programmes, including combined degrees, allows a wide range of subject options. English language tuition and academic support is provided to all international students whose first language is not English.
The university provides approximately 2,300 places in halls of residence on or near to the main campuses. Types of accommodation vary from single student bedrooms with or without en-suite, to self-contained studio apartments. Students have access to extensive library and computing facilities on each campus, and on the Greenwich campus, a dedicated Language Centre for those studying a foreign language.
The Student Affairs on each campus provide a range of services and support, from the time you arrive, to the completion of your studies. A dedicated international advisor is available on each campus. The Jobshop operates a drop-in service, where you can obtain details of on and off campus job opportunities, and get information on employment related issues. The Students' Union provides access to a range of facilities, services and activities. Free skills training is available to students helping you study, live and work more effectively and can improve your job prospects.