University of Greenwich

The University of Greenwich  is an ambitious and highly respected university, with a tradition in education that dates back more than 125 years. A multi-faculty, campus-based university in London and Kent, and with a strong international presence, it is home to a community of around 36,000 scholars. Of these, more than 21,000 students study in the UK and 15,000 with partner institutions overseas.

The University has three magnificent, historic UK campuses. These are based at Greenwich, at a renowned world heritage site; at Avery Hill, in south east London; and in Medway, Kent. These excellent locations mean that the University enjoys strong connections with local and national businesses and employers.

Greenwich achieves international recognition for the quality of its world-leading research, which makes a difference to people’s lives and finds solutions to local and global problems. The Natural Resources Institute, for instance, carries out research and training to support global food security, sustainable development, and poverty reduction in developing countries. The Fire Safety Engineering Group is a pioneer and world leader in the development of fire and evacuation dynamics modelling tools.

With a wide range of degree programmes, Greenwich is proud of its reputation for teaching innovation and excellence. It aims to help each student realise their full potential, and to equip them with the skills, knowledge and confidence to embark on rewarding careers.

The University has gained many national awards, including four Queen’s Anniversary Prizes, nine Times Higher Education Awards and two Guardian University Awards. Students and staff regularly win major awards and prizes for their work and contributions to society. Five National Teaching Fellowships have been awarded to academic staff.

Students continue to benefit from the University’s ongoing investment in first-class facilities. A new £5m Student Hub opened at Medway at the start of 2017, and a £25m conversion of the Dreadnought Building at Greenwich will create more state-of-the-art student, teaching and social spaces. Greenwich’s many enterprise activities have impact regionally, nationally and internationally.

Recent news from University of Greenwich

13 June: Exciting research to address food insecurity faced by millions in…
The Natural Resources Institute (NRI) at the University of Greenwich has been awarded funding enabling it to undertake cutting-edge research into climate change, food waste and sustainable …

7 June: University of Greenwich climbs 10 places in the Guardian University…
The university has climbed from 100th to 90th place in the League Tables, which rank UK institutions on a variety of factors.

4 June: The good life in sound
“Collaboration is key and it starts here,” says Oscar-winning soundman Mark Ulano. “Film schools are vital for students to build the networks they need."

3 June: Michael Palin, Billy Bragg, Cressida Cowell and Diana Evans to…
Greenwich Book Festival returns for the fifth year from Thursday 13 to Sunday 16 June with its “strongest line-up yet.” This summer’s programme for book lovers young and old is shaped by the …

28 May: A fourth successful year for the Charlton v Homophobia tournament
The annual round-robin 11-a-side tournament took place on Monday 27 May, with the university team made up of students and staff and managed by Director of Information and Library Services Paul Butler.

University of Greenwich
Old Royal Naval College, Park Row, London, SE10 9LS
020 8331 8000
Vice Chancellor
Professor David Maguire