University of Greenwich

With more than 125 years of heritage, Greenwich has a long-standing history of academic excellence. You’ll learn from inspiring lectures in a truly exceptional atmosphere – amongst 5,500 international and EU students from across 160 countries.

It’s a chance to make new connections, meet people from many different backgrounds and network with potential employers. You could also share your non-academic interest with like-minded students, in one of the many clubs and societies.

With the variety of courses available at Greenwich, there’s something for everyone. It’s about honing your skills and developing your knowledge to bring you one step closer to your dream career.

So choose Greenwich, and start your next big adventure

The University of Greenwich has three magnificent, historic campuses in south-east London and Kent.

Avery Hill Campus

Avery Hill Campus comprises Southwood Site and Mansion Site, both situated in the 86-acre Avery Hill Park in Eltham, south-east London. A green oasis in a busy city, the campus combines the grace of a Victorian mansion with the best of modern teaching, living and sporting facilities. A £14-million development project has brought two new buildings to the Southwood Site: David Fussey Building, which is home to a sports and teaching centre, a 220-seat lecture theatre and a multi-purpose sports hall, and Mary Seacole Building, which is the main base for the School of Health & Social Care and provides teaching space for all Schools on campus. The Student Village on Southwood Site is the social centre of the campus and has a restaurant, convenience store and gym. It also houses accommodation for the 1,200 students who live on site. Mansion Site houses computing and laboratory space, lecture theatres and a newly refurbished TV studio. There is also a well-stocked library and the Winter Garden, a magnificent hothouse containing tropical trees and plants.

Schools on campus

● Architecture & Construction
● Education
● Health & Social Care

Greenwich Campus

The campus is based on the Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich, a World Heritage Site on the banks of the River Thames in London. The site also houses the tourist attractions of the Painted Hall and the Chapel of St Peter and St Paul, which form the magnificent backdrop for university awards ceremonies. Greenwich is the university’s largest campus and is centred on three baroque buildings designed by Sir Christopher Wren at the end of the 17th century. The London Evening Standard newspaper described it as “A university campus to rival … Oxford’s spires or the Great Court at Cambridge … the setting is undoubtedly one of the grandest of any university in the world.” The campus has a library, language laboratories, a 200-PC computing facility and a bookshop. Specialist facilities include laboratories for the School of Computing & Mathematical Sciences, editing suites and a TV studio. Student accommodation and students’ union buildings are a short walk away.

Schools on campus

● Business
● Computing & Mathematical Sciences
● Education
● Greenwich Maritime Institute
● Humanities & Social Sciences

Medway Campus

Medway Campus, a former royal naval base, has benefited from £50 million in investment since 1996. Extensive new laboratories and research facilities have been opened, and the university has joined with other educational establishments to develop the campus as a major higher education centre in the region. At the heart of the campus is the Drill Hall Library, a magnificent learning resource centre with an extensive collection of books and journals and over 400 computers. Pilkington Building, next door, has teaching facilities and a bistro-café and is the base for the Universities at Medway Students’ Association, which represents all students on site. The modern facilities include a computeraided design studio, a training dispensary for pharmacy students and specialist test facilities for the Wolfson Centre (part of the School of Engineering). The Centre for Sport & Exercise Sciences, part of the School of Science, has the latest in 3D movement and force analysis equipment, enabling researchers to help professional athletes improve technique and avoid injury. Student accommodation, comprising five halls of residence, is on site.
Schools on campus
● Engineering
● Health & Social Care
● Natural Resources Institute
● Pharmacy
● Science

Student support

Students are offered a wide range of services by the university’s Office of Student Affairs through its on-campus Student Centres. Specific support for international students includes:

● Immigration advises – information and workshops on visas, employment and health-related issues.

● Academic help – information on English classes, study skills and personal tutors.

● Social events – university trips and advice on meeting British people and fellow students.

Careers guidance – we provide workshops, drop-in sessions and individual interviews to help you on your chosen career path.

Religion – our active chaplaincy team can assist and advise you on places of worship for your particular faith. Each campus has its own multi-faith prayer room which provides a private, quiet space for prayer or meditation.

Counselling – if you are experiencing any problems, counselling support is on hand. Alternatively, we offer workshops and therapies as part of our stress management programme.

JobShop – international students studying at degree level or above are permitted to work up to 20 hours a week during term time, with no limit during vacation periods. The JobShop can help you find work and provides advice on employment issues.

Mentoring and volunteering – these can help you to develop both personally and professionally, boosting your employment prospects and giving you valuable life skills. Taking part in a volunteering scheme also provides a rewarding experience that may help you to choose your career.

● Study skills – we run workshops to help develop study skills, and you will also receive tutorial support from your assigned personal tutor. Additionally, the university’s students’ union provides free skills training. This develops key skills to help you study, live and work more effectively and can improve your employability.

International Tuition Fee 2018-19 


Working in Partnership


The University of Greenwich works with leading employers from a variety of different industry sectors, and many are household names. These includes:

  • Apple
  • British Airways
  • Charlton Athletic Community Trust
  • Civil Services
  • Crown Prosecution Services
  • Computacentre
  • DHL
  • Enterprise Rent-A-Car
  • FDM
  • GlaxoSmithKline
  • IBM
  • Intel
  • J.P Morgan
  • Metropolitan Police
  • Microsoft
  • National Health Services
  • PricewaterhouseCoopers
  • Sandals Resorts
  • International
  • Savills
  • Sony Europe
  • The Walt Disney Company
  • Weightmans LLP


Recent DLHE employability statistics have highlighted that 93.2% of Greenwich graduates in employment or further study within six months.