The University of Greenwich is set over three campuses, two in London and one in the historic Medway region of north Kent. It has a 130-year history of providing first-rate education. There are hundreds of degree courses for students to choose from in a wide range of disciplines.
Greenwich Campus has a premium position on a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the heart of Greenwich in London. It’s set in a lovely leafy suburb with a village atmosphere and fast transport links to central London. Avery Hill Campus is set in nearby Eltham. It’s a lively, modern campus with over 1,200 resident students and excellent facilities. Trains to central London take just 30 minutes.
Medway Campus is characterised by beautiful red-brick buildings that once belonged to the Royal Navy. It is situated in Chatham in Kent. Students at Medway live, work and socialise on campus. The site has immediate access to excellent amenities and students can get to London by train in just 45 minutes.
The university has won five Queen’s Anniversary Prizes for Higher and Further Education and is undertaking research and work that is transforming people’s lives in the UK and around the world. A number of the teaching staff are National Teaching Fellows and have received awards for their work.
University of Greenwich students on Whatuni say:
“It's been a fun four years.”
“Really pleasant, lecturers are always helpful and patient.”
“Great - I've made great friends. I'm enjoying my time here and I'm enjoying my course too!”
Avery Hill Campus,
Avery Hill Road,