In these uncertain times, rest assured that the University of Greenwich is doing its utmost to help students who are going through Clearing to find the right course. Whether you’re worried about your calculated grades, feel unsure about your first choice and want to see what’s out there or have decided to apply at the last-minute, a team of friendly advisers is here from the moment Clearing starts on 6 July. You can reach them through LiveChat and email for help and guidance as you plan your next move.
The University of Greenwich has two London-based campuses and one in Kent. A free direct bus service operates between Greenwich Campus and Avery Hill Campus. A bus service also operates between Medway Campus and Greenwich/Avery Hill Campuses, for which a fee is payable.
All three university campuses (Greenwich, Avery Hill and Medway) have accommodation on-site or a few minutes’ walk away. Some students who study at Greenwich Campus may live at Avery Hill, which is a 20- to 30-minute ride away.
The university also offers awards recognising high academic achievement and sporting success. You can find details on all bursaries and scholarships on the university website.
Clearing gives students the chance to take up last-minute places on university courses starting in September. It begins on 6 July but fully kicks off on Results Day which, this year, is Thursday 13 August.
Whatever your reason is for going through Clearing, you can do one thing today to beat the Clearing rush on Results Day – sign up to Priority Clearing at the University of Greenwich.
You’ll get on-demand support from Clearing advisers and current students, as well as tips, advice and access to exclusive online events to help you navigate the Clearing process.
Clearing advisers can also help with concerns or questions you may have about practical stuff, such as how courses will be taught in the autumn term, where you will live and what financial help is available.
If you already have your grades, you can contact the university Clearing advisers when Clearing starts on Monday 6 July.
Waiting for your calculated grades? As soon as they come through, get in touch. The University of Greenwich Clearing phone lines are open from 6am on Results Day.