Greenwich, University of

Old Royal Naval College Park Row
Bristol
SE10 9LS
United Kingdom

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The University of Greenwich offers the best of both worlds – city and country. As a student, you are on the doorstep of London, but with the best of Kent not far away.

Our Campuses

The Avery Hill Campus consists of two sites, Mansion Site and Southwood Site, both of which are located in the 86-acre Avery Hill Park in Eltham, south-east London. Only a few minutes' walk apart, these two Victorian sites house some of the best teaching, living and sporting facilities.

The Greenwich Campus is on a World Heritage Site on the banks of the River Thames. The university's largest campus is centred on three baroque buildings designed by Sir Christopher Wren at the end of the 17th Century. More breathtaking than the Versailles of Louis XIV" is how The Independent newspaper described it.  The grounds of the Old Royal Naval College, in which the Greenwich Campus is situated, also houses the tourist attractions of the Painted Hall and Chapel.  It is a popular location for TV and film productions. Harrison Ford, Johnny Depp, Nicole Kidman and Jude Law have all filmed on site.2014 will see the opening of our Stockwell Street building, which will house an impressive array of “state of the art” facilities, including a new library, TV studios, exhibition space, lecture theatres, roof gardens, and a cafe. This will give students access to cutting-edge technology in one of Britain’s most advanced educational buildings.

The Medway Campus is a splendid Edwardian redbrick and ivy-clad campus - dating from 1903 - has benefited from £50 million in investment since 1996. Extensive new laboratories and research facilities have been opened at Medway and the university has links with other educational establishments to develop the campus as a major higher education centre in the Medway region, known collectively as the Universities at Medway.

History

The university traces its roots to 1890, when Britain’s second polytechnic was opened near the Thames at Woolwich. An innovator from the start, the polytechnic pioneered the country’s first part-time day-release and sandwich courses. Over the years, many specialist organisations have joined the institution, giving it diverse strengths such as teacher training, architecture, engineering and history. We were awarded university status in 1992.

Student satisfaction and teaching excellence

The university rates highly in the league tables. Law at Greenwich has been first for student satisfaction in the UK in the Guardian University Guide and the Complete University Guide for the past three years. It was also first for teaching excellence in the Sunday Times University Guide 2013. Both Mathematics and Land and Property Management top the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide and Complete University Guide tables for student satisfaction in 2014.

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  • Overview
  • Courses
  • Facilities
  • Accommodation
Location: 

Avery Hill Campus

Mansion Site, Bexley Road, Eltham, London SE9 2PQ

Southwood Site, Avery Hill Road, Eltham, London SE9 2UG

Medway Campus

Central Avenue, Chatham Maritime, Kent ME4 4TB

 

Greenwich UniversityThe University of Greenwich has four faculties which are comprised of departments that specialise in a diverse range of disciplines and fields.

Faculty of Architecture, Computing & Humanities

This faculty is based on the beautiful Greenwich Campus and encompasses the Departments of: Architecture and Landscape; Built Environment; Computing and Information Systems; Creative Professions and Digital Arts; History, Politics and Social Sciences; Literature, Language and Theatre; Mathematical Sciences; The School of Law and the Greenwich Maritime Institute

The Business School

Situated on the Greenwich Campus, across the Thames from the City and Canary Wharf, the Business School is the ideal place to study a whole range of business disciplines.

Faculty of Education & Health

Education programmes are generally based on our Avery Hill Campus’s Mansion site. Whilst Health, Social Care, Psychology and Counselling are situated across Avery Hill Park on the Southwood site.

Faculty of Engineering & Science

The Medway Campus is home to the Faculty of Engineering & Science which also comprises Medway School of Pharmacy and the Natural Resources Institute.

Next steps

If you have found a programme that interests you, why not visit an Open Day, to find out what the University of Greenwich has to offer and get a feel for what it would be like to study here. Alternatively, you can contact our friendly course enquiries team for more information. We also hold regular themed “Let’s Talk live chat sessions.

Student support and services

Whatever your circumstances, our student support and advisory services will help you make the most of academic and social life at the University of Greenwich and will help you deal with any issues or problems you may face.

We welcome applications from disabled people and are committed to helping disabled students succeed.

The university's Disability & Dyslexia Centre can provide assistance at any stage in your application process and at any point in your studies.

We provide information and support for disabled and dyslexic students at the university, and can advise on information technology for people with disabilities. Advice and guidance is based on your individual requirements, and includes support for students with mental health needs and long-term medical conditions.

Telephone the Disability and Dyslexia Centre for information on 020 8331 7875 or e-mail d-centre@gre.ac.uk.

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Course Satisfaction is based on Key Information Set (KIS) and is an average of the Universities’ courses available. It estimates the percentage of students that were Satisfied with the quality of their course.

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Course Satisfaction

86%

Union Satisfaction is based on Key Information Set (KIS) and is an estimate of the percentage of students surveyed in the National Student Survey who were satisfied with the Student’s Union at this University.

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Union Satisfaction

62%

League Position is an estimate of the average league position, based on the University league tables of The Times, The Guardian and The Complete Uni Guide.

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League Summary

95

Employment

Go on to work/Study is based on Key Information Set (KIS) and is an average of the Universities’ courses available. It estimates the percentage of students that go on to work or further study after 6 months from graduating.

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Go on to work / study

79%

Employed after 6 months is based on Key Information Set (KIS) and is an average of the Universities’ courses available. It estimates the percentage of students that go on to a professional or managerial job after 6 months from graduating.

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Employed after 6 months

60%

Average Salary is based on Key Information Set (KIS) and is an average of the Universities’ courses available. It estimates the average salary graduates earn after 6 months from graduating.

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Average Salary

£20265

Costs

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Average Fee

£8652

Uni Accommodation is based on Key Information Set (KIS) and estimates the average annual cost of accommodation provided by the university, either in halls of residence or other accommodation where the university has involvement. It does not include private rooms or houses, provided by private landlords or agents.

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Uni Accommodation

£5236

Private Accommodation is based on Key Information Set (KIS) and estimates average annual cost of accommodation provided by provided by private landlords or agents. It does not include accommodation provided by the university, either in halls of residence or other accommodation where the university has involvement.

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Private Accommodation

£3622

Entry

Average UCAS points is an average based on Key Information Set (KIS) from across all courses at this University. There may be a wide spread of UCAS points that may be accepted, so it’s important to check the University or college website for more details.

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Average UCAS points

296

Lowest UCAS points is an average based on Key Information Set (KIS) from across all courses at this University. There may be a wide spread of UCAS points that may be accepted, so it’s important to check the University or college website for more details.

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Lowest UCAS points

67

1st Class Degree is an average percentage of students that gain a 1st class degree based on Key Information Set (KIS) from across all courses at this University.

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1st Class degree

20%