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 two London campuses are Avery Hill, in the district of Eltham, and Greenwich, in the Royal Borough. Medway Campus is in Chatham Maritime, Kent. 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.
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The engineering provision at the University of Greenwich is part of the Faculty of Engineering & Science and is located at the University's Medway Campus, in the rapidly developing area of Chatham Maritime. On campus we have invested in the
Property and construction are exciting and fast-moving environments to work in and UK-trained professionals are in demand nationally and internationally. Study one of our built environment degrees and open up a whole world of
University of Greenwich (UK) - Overview The Faculty of Architecture, Computing & Humanities is a large, interesting, multidisciplinary faculty with over 10,000 students and 345 permanent full-time staff It is the most diverse in the
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*Source: Times Good University Guide 2015