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University of Greenwich

University of Greenwich

The University of Greenwich has two south-east London campuses and one based in Kent. We have a great reputation for top quality teaching and student satisfaction, with 9 Times Higher Education Awards, 5 Queen’s Anniversary Prizes for Higher and Further Education and a Teaching Excellence Framework Silver Award. We were recently named the #1 Modern University in London for Graduate Prospects by The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021.

Whether you want to expand on your undergraduate interests or enter a new field, one of our 100-plus postgraduate degrees is sure to be right for you. Our postgraduate courses cover most academic subjects, including:

  • Architecture
  • Business
  • Computing and mathematical sciences
  • Education (including PGCE)
  • Engineering
  • English
  • Health
  • Humanities and social sciences
  • Law and criminology
  • Media and creative arts
  • Science.

Most of our courses offer flexible learning options such as distance learning or part-time study. They are all designed to meet the needs of employers and recognised by leading accreditation professional bodies, such as the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, BSC – The Chartered Institute of IT, Royal Institute of British Architects and the General Pharmaceutical Council.

First-class facilities

The university has invested over £80 million in teaching and student facilities in the past five years alone, including the £25-million makeover of the Dreadnought Building. Dreadnought has open-access IT labs and state-of-the-art teaching and study spaces, as well as plenty of spaces for socialising. Medway Campus, a specialist centre for engineering and science, has industry-standard lab space and offers students access to cutting-edge technology. Avery Hill Campus is renowned for its excellent teaching and sporting facilities, which include four clinical skills labs and two floodlit, all-weather sports pitches.

Postgraduate Open Events
At the University of Greenwich, we believe that the best way to decide which subject you want to study is by talking to the people who teach it. Join us on Wednesday and Thursday 27-28 January to learn more about your course of interest from Greenwich academics, as well as all the career-boosting and financial support opportunities that the University offers. Book now.

Virtual Open Day February 2021
Date: Sat 27 Feb, 11:00 to 14:00
Whether you want to find out more about the university or learn more about the world, our events are a great place to start.Join our February Virtual Open Days and explore our range of courses, speak with academics and meet current students. Book now.

University of Greenwich

Postgraduate funding

Students can finance their postgraduate studies in a number of ways, including scholarships and bursaries, or by applying to charities and trusts. For details about scholarships and bursaries at Greenwich, visit the university website.

Some students are eligible for a postgraduate loan from the UK government. This is a contribution towards fees, day-to-day living costs and other costs of study. The loan is paid directly to students and is not means tested. For more details about the postgraduate loan, visit the university website

To find out more about our postgraduate offering, see our website, email courseinfo@gre.ac.uk or call +44 (0)20 8331 9000.

What our students say

“The University of Greenwich helped me get to my career where I'm at now by introducing me to the web meetups, new sources of information and helping me pursue my career… Now I'm currently organizing State of the Browser's annual conference events, and that all came from my Masters.”
Alana Foley-Keane, MA Web design and content management

“My personal tutor in my first term was amazing. She helped me improve my essay writing skills and was willing to help me with anything outside university. She was concerned about my well-being and how I copied with university life overall. The university has a lot of opportunities, always ask questions and seek answers to help you be the best version of yourself.”
Salamat Ogunrinolal, MA International Business

“…I always wanted to do my masters in London. It wasn't like a university for me at the beginning, it was like a second home. …I think Greenwich has the best opportunities… I think also [the university is]… really good on advising people and trying to make them more confident in their fields or about their future. I definitely recommend it. I'm still quite happy. That's why I was a student, now I'm full-time member of staff.”
Aisha Cagla Balaban, PhD in Engineering

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