About University of Greenwich
Home to one of the grandest university settings in the world, the University of Greenwich is a leading modern university with strong links to business.
Why University of Greenwich
The University of Greenwich has three campuses. The main campus in on the banks of the river Thames in Greenwich, south-east London. The other two sites are in Avery Hill, Eltham, south-east London, and Medway, north Kent. All campuses are within easy reach of the centre of London.
The university offers more than 1,200 postgraduate and degree programmes, including accounting and finance, chemistry, agriculture, computing, engineering, pharmacy, sociology and more.
Greenwich was ranked top for adult nursing in the latest NHS London performance ratings for universities and colleges.
Its law courses came top in the UK for overall student satisfaction in the latest national student survey.
With strong links to business, many of the university’s programmes include a work experience element.
Locations and Addresses:
Greenwich Campus (London), Avery Hill Campus (London), Medway Campus (Kent), England, United Kingdom: Royal Naval College Park Row Greenwich London SE10 9LS
Founded in: 1890
Institution type: Public University
Total number of students: 21,295 (2014/15).
Type of accommodation: Off campus and on campus
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