The University of Greenwich is situated across three campuses in London and Kent, with the largest one situated on a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the heart of Greenwich, London. The university is rated among the greenest in the UK and has plenty of well-known alumni, including award-winning actors and Olympic athletes. International students from more than 160 countries attend the university so no matter where they are from, they can expect a world-class welcome.
There are over 200 undergraduate courses on offer at the university, as well as around 150 postgraduate courses across four faculties namely the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences Business School Faculty of Education and Health and Faculty of Engineering and Science. The main intake is in September when most of the courses begin and for some specific courses, there is a January intake.
Many of the university's courses are accredited. This means that they are recognised by a professional body which acknowledges that they meet agreed standards of teaching. Accreditation varies from course to course but benefits may include confidence for employers that the subject studied is of the highest quality and exemptions from certain professional examinations.
The university has a dedicated Employability and Careers Service that works to help students get the best possible chance of securing their dream job after graduation. Services include one-to-one meetings with a career advisor, help with writing a CV and information on internships and voluntary work.
The university has invested almost GBP 80 million in labs, social and teaching space, and sport facilities in the last five years. Campus facilities across the three campuses include well-stocked libraries, TV studios, editing suites, clinical skills laboratories replicating NHS wards, student bars, a gym and countless coffee shops and restaurants.