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University of Greenwich

University of Greenwich

The University of Greenwich is a modern educational establishment with strong links to business. Its three campuses in south-east London and Kent include a UNESCO World Heritage in the heart of Greenwich. The university offers a diverse range of taught postgraduate courses covering most academic subjects including:

  • Architecture, landscape and built environment
  • Business
  • Computing, mathematics and information systems
  • Education (including PGCE)
  • Engineering
  • Health
  • Humanities and social sciences
  • Law and criminology
  • Media and creative arts
  • Science.

Many of university’s postgraduate courses are accredited by leading professional bodies and students are taught by experienced, research-active academics with extensive practical experience. External experts and speakers also provide input as part of mainstream teaching and at guest lectures and seminars.

Respected research

The university is home to a thriving research community that tackles some of the world’s most challenging issues. Its research has won it four Queen's Anniversary Prizes for Higher and Further Education, including a 2015 prize for outstanding work in Africa. The university also earns around £20 million in external research and enterprise revenue each year.

Ever-expanding facilities

In the past five years the university has invested more than £80 million in laboratories, teaching spaces and student facilities. The Medway Campus has industry standard laboratories in science, engineering, pharmacy and natural resources. At Avery Hill Campus a recent £14-million investment has added two new buildings, four clinical skills laboratories and two floodlit, all-weather sports pitches. Autumn 2018 sees the opening of the Dreadnought Building on Greenwich Campus following a £25-million renovation that has transformed the 18th-century building into a dynamic teaching, study and social space.

University of Greenwich

Notable alumni

  • Malorie Blackman, Children’s Laureate 2013-15
  • Ann Brightwell, Olympic champion
  • Sarah Eberle, Chelsea Flower Show winner
  • Sir Charles Ka, Nobel Prize winner
  • Steve King, media pioneer
  • Baroness Lawrence, campaigner
  • Karl Ohiri, fine artist
  • Guy Penwill, Oscar winner

Postgraduate funding

The majority of students who enter postgraduate study need to self-finance. This can be through working, applying for bursaries or scholarships, or applying to charities and trusts.

You may also be eligible for a postgraduate loan. Check for details. Apply for funding well in advance of your proposed course. Find out more about our postgraduate fees and funding on our website.

To find out more about our postgraduate offering, see our website, email [email protected] or call +44 (0)20 8331 9000.

What our students say

“Having an MA helped me to get my career started immediately after graduation. I stood out from other applicants and, with a more specialised degree, I was able to enter the area I was interested in.”
Bean Miller, MA Strategic Marketing

“I’ve had help on every level, from academic through to practical and caring support. So many people have been there for me – lecturers, personal tutors and even faculty staff who have nothing to do with my course.”
Ann Faulkner, MA Education

“My time at the university has been very rewarding. I’ve had a great deal of support from other students and academics, which has made for a great all-round experience.”
Sharon Thompson, PhD in nutrition and food science

“The course content was relevant to industry and up to date with technology and software tools. It equipped students with the necessary skills and knowledge for the current market.”
Bobby Manoo, MSc Computing

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