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University of Greenwich

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University of Greenwich

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University of Greenwich

United Kingdom
Overview

Overview

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 140 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: Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Business School, Faculty of Education & Health and Faculty of Engineering & 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 Careers Advisor, help with writing a CV and information on internships and voluntary work.

Campus facilities across the three buildings include well-stocked libraries, TV studios, editing suites, clinical skills laboratories replicating NHS wards, student bars, a gym and countless coffee shops and restaurants.

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Overview

Overview

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.

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Overview

Overview

The University of Greenwich equips students with employable skills and the confidence to achieve extraordinary things. The institution welcomes students from over 160 countries across its three campuses in London and Kent.

Rated amongst the greenest universities in the UK, its largest campus is based in the heart of Greenwich on a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Expert faculties teach over 200 undergraduate courses and 150 postgraduate courses, many of which are accredited. The university's four faculties cover liberal arts and sciences business education and health as well as engineering and science. The main intakes begin when most courses start in September, however, some courses have intakes in January and April.

The University of Greenwich boasts modern facilities across three campuses. Over the last five years, it has invested almost GBP 80 million in labs, social and teaching spaces, as well as sports facilities. Students have access to a range of academic facilities, including well-stocked libraries, TV studios, editing suites, and clinical skills laboratories that replicate NHS wards. Social facilities on campus include student bars, a gym and countless coffee shops and restaurants.

Giving students the best chance of securing their dream jobs after graduation, the university has a dedicated Employability and Careers Service team. Its services include one-to-one meetings with a career advisor, CV writing advice and information on internships and voluntary work.

Because several of the university's courses are accredited by professional bodies, its high teaching standards are recognised. This accreditation provides employers with the confidence that the student has achieved a high-quality qualification. The university boasts successful, well-known alumni, including award-winning actors and Olympic athletes.

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What's new

What's new

The University of Greenwich has become the first university in the UK to be awarded accreditation by the Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences (APS) for its BSc (Hons) degrees in pharmaceutical sciences. These comprise a three-year full-time course, a four-year sandwich course with 12-months industrial training, and a five-year apprenticeship degree.

The degrees focus on the vocational education of students for graduate-level careers in the pharmaceutical and allied industries. The programme was the first UK dedicated undergraduate pharmaceutical sciences course, starting in the early 1990s.

Dr Birthe Nielsen, programme leader with the University's Faculty of Engineering & Science, says: "We are delighted that our degree in pharmaceutical sciences has been awarded APS accredited status. This publicly demonstrates the commitment that Greenwich has to its students and the high standards it maintains. It also acts as an extra endorsement for its graduates' future employers and prospective undergraduates. We are very proud to be the first university to achieve accreditation from The Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences and it is rewarding to see our efforts and dedication recognised."

Over many years, the University of Greenwich has fostered close relationships with the local pharmaceutical industry, engaging practitioners in the ongoing development of the programmes. In return, the University has supplied many graduates into this industry in the south east of England and further afield. Graduates also go on to take higher research focused degrees in the pharmaceutical sciences.

The APS accreditation panel commended the University's programmes on the practical and professional skills modules. They also considered the teaching and research equipment to be exceptional and appreciated the enthusiasm and articulation of the students.

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What's new

What's new

HRH Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall gave representatives of the University of Greenwich the Queen's Anniversary Prize at Buckingham Palace.

The Natural Resources Institute (NRI) received the Further and Higher Education award for tackling pests which cause plague, famine and disease. The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall met members of the Greenwich party, whose ground-breaking work has found smart solutions for pest control that have an impact on human, animal and plant health, especially in the developing world.

NRI Director, Professor Andrew Westby, said when the awards were announced, "This recognises NRI's world-leading work that balances pest control with protecting our environment. Our combination of academic excellence and practical application supports our postgraduate and undergraduate programmes where our students learn to become future leaders in the field."

NRI's pest management programme looks specifically at four key areas, including blackfly transmitting 'river blindness' rodents spreading disease and destroying crops and infrastructure mosquitoes transmitting dangerous diseases including malaria, dengue and Zika and insect pests threatening the horticulture industry.

The NRI's work on blackfly contributed to the elimination of river blindness in eleven countries in West Africa, preventing 600,000 people from going blind and re-claiming 250,000 square kilometres of abandoned land for cultivation and resettlement.

NRI first worked on managing pests at the beginning of the 20th century, conducting research and implementing a series of major pest management programmes and innovations, including work on locust plagues in Africa.

Over the past 50 years, it has built on this pioneering work, specialising in pest behaviour in order to design specific solutions to control them.

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What's new

The university's Natural Resources Institute (NRI) has received the Further and Higher Education award for its world-leading pest control work.

Since the start of the 20th century, NRI has been conducting vital research and implementing major pest management programmes and innovations.

The institute has created ground-breaking, smart solutions for tackling pests that cause plague, famine and disease that impacts human, animal and plant environments, especially in the developing world. This has included radical work on locust plagues in Africa. Over the past 50 years, it has built on its pioneering work, specialising in pest behaviour, and designing specific solutions to control them.

Its latest pest management programme looked at four key areas including the issue of blackflies transmitting 'river blindness'. The NRI's work in this area contributed to the elimination of river blindness in 11 countries in West Africa, prevented 600,000 people from going blind and re-claimed 250,000 square kilometres of abandoned land for cultivation and resettlement.

NRI's programme also focused on rodents spreading disease and destroying crops and infrastructure mosquitoes transmitting dangerous diseases including malaria, dengue and Zika and insect pests threatening the horticulture industry.

The Further and Higher Education award recognised the academic excellence and practical application of NRI's work, and that it encouraged students to become future leaders in their field.

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Why study here?

Why study here?

Here are a few reasons to study at the university…

Teaching excellence

The University of Greenwich has received nine Times Higher Education Awards, four Queen’s Anniversary Prizes for Higher & Further Education and two Guardian University Awards.

Times Higher Education Awards won by the university include Most Innovative Teacher, Outstanding Engineering Research, Outstanding International Strategy, Outstanding Contribution to Innovation & Technology and Sustainable Development.

The Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) Silver award received by the university recognises its supportive, student-centred approach.

The University of Greenwich teaching staff are specialised in their discipline and possess substantial knowledge about the relevant industry.

Modern resources

More than GBP 80 million has been invested in the last five years on libraries, computing, and student centres as well as sports facilities. The university libraries have working spaces, group study rooms, computers and thousands of books. There is also a wide selection of physical copies of learning materials available.

Additional investment has been made in computing facilities and teaching spaces in the Dreadnought Building, which re-opened in September 2018 after a GBP 25-million makeover. The Dreadnought Building is also the new home for the Greenwich Students’ Union and includes a gym and social space.

Wide international community

Over 5,000 international students from more than 140 countries study at the university campuses and across the world in its partner colleges. While studying at Greenwich, students get a unique opportunity to meet people from all over the world.

Recognised qualifications

Many of the university’s courses are accredited by professional bodies. These professional bodies include the ACCA, the Royal Institute of British Architects, Engineering Accreditation Board, BCS – The Chartered Institute for IT, Institution of Engineering and Technology and many more.

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Why study here?

Why study here?

There are a few reasons to study at the university:

Teaching excellence

The University of Greenwich has received nine Times Higher Education Awards, four Queen's Anniversary Prizes for Higher and Further Education and two Guardian University Awards.

Times Higher Education Awards won by the university include Most Innovative Teacher, Outstanding Engineering Research, Outstanding International Strategy, Outstanding Contribution to Innovation and Technology and Sustainable Development.

The Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) silver award received by the university recognises its supportive, student-centred approach.

The University of Greenwich teaching staff are specialised in their disciplines and possess substantial knowledge of their respective industries.

Modern resources

More than GBP 80 million has been invested in the last five years in libraries, computing, and student centres as well as sports facilities. The university libraries have working spaces, group study rooms, computers and thousands of books. There is also a wide selection of physical copies of learning materials available.

Additional investment has been made in computing facilities and teaching spaces in the Dreadnought Building, which re-opened in September 2018 after a GBP 25 million makeover. The Dreadnought Building is also the new home for the Greenwich Students' Union and includes a gym and social space.

Wide international community

Over 38,000 international students from more than 160 countries study at the university campuses and across the world in its partner colleges. While studying at Greenwich, students get a unique opportunity to meet people from all over the world.

Recognised qualifications

Many of the university's courses are accredited by professional bodies. These professional bodies include the ACCA, the Royal Institute of British Architects, Engineering Accreditation Board, BCS – The Chartered Institute for IT, Institution of Engineering and Technology and many more.

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Teaching Quality

Teaching Quality

The University of Greenwich has been recognised by several prestigious organisations for its teaching excellence.

The University of Greenwich has received nine Times Higher Education Awards, including for outstanding engineering research, most innovative teacher, outstanding international strategy, and outstanding contribution to innovation and technology. It has also received four Queen's Anniversary Prizes for Higher and Further Education and two Guardian University Awards.

The university's worldwide campuses and partner colleges are home to over 38,000 international students from more than 160 countries. They are taught by specialist teaching staff who have comprehensive knowledge of their chosen industries.

Many of the university's courses are accredited by professional bodies including the ACCA, the Royal Institute of British Architects, Engineering Accreditation Board, BCS – The Chartered Institute for IT as well as the Institution of Engineering and Technology.

Over the last five years, the University of Greenwich has invested over GBP 80 million in campus facilities. This includes libraries, computing, student centres and sports facilities. The libraries boast working spaces, group study rooms, computers, and thousands of books.

There has also been an additional investment for computing facilities and teaching spaces in the Dreadnought Building. Reopened in 2018 after a GBP 25 million makeover, it now houses the Greenwich Students' Union, a gym and social space.

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Department structure

Department structure

Study options are offered across…

Faculty of Liberal Arts and Science

This faculty offers degrees from a vast selection of subject areas, spanning across eight different departments, employing innovative methods in its teaching and research, providing a unique experience.

Business School

The School enjoys strong links with industry and works with employers to develop relevant programmes accredited by professional bodies. It offers a great environment to study in and has academic staff from all over the world.

Faculty of Education & Health

The faculty is dedicated to inspirational learning, combining teaching with work placements and impactful research. It has a wide range of partners to support its teaching initiatives, giving students an experience that is academically challenging and a sound foundation for practice.

Faculty of Engineering & Science

The Faculty of Engineering and Science is responsible for the majority of the academic provision of the University of Greenwich at the Medway campus. The faculty includes the academic disciplines of Engineering, Science and Pharmacy, as well as the Natural Resources Institute (NRI).

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Department structure

Department structure

Study options are offered across numerous faculties and schools:

Faculty of Liberal Arts and Science

This faculty offers degrees from a vast selection of subject areas, spanning across eight different departments, employing innovative methods in its teaching and research, providing a unique experience.

Business School

The school enjoys strong links with industry and works with employers to develop relevant programmes accredited by professional bodies. It offers a great environment to study in and has academic staff from all over the world.

Faculty of Education & Health

The faculty is dedicated to inspirational learning, combining teaching with work placements and impactful research. It has a wide range of partners to support its teaching initiatives, giving students an experience that is academically challenging and a sound foundation for practice.

Faculty of Engineering & Science

The Faculty of Engineering and Science is responsible for the majority of the academic provision of the University of Greenwich at the Medway campus. The faculty includes the academic disciplines of Engineering, Science and Pharmacy, as well as the Natural Resources Institute (NRI).

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Department structure

Department structure

The University of Greenwich provides high-quality courses across numerous faculties and schools. Its faculties include:

Business School

Offering courses accredited by professional bodies, the school provides an engaging learning environment led by expert academic staff from across the world. The school has strong industry links and works closely with employers to ensure its programmes remain relevant. The Business School offers undergraduate and postgraduate programmes with an industry placement that enables students to apply their knowledge and gain practical experience.

Faculty of Education & Health

Dedicated to inspirational learning, the faculty's teaching combines work placements and impactful research. Its wide range of partners ensures that students are challenged academically and given a solid foundation to practice their developing skills and knowledge.

Faculty of Engineering & Science

The faculty includes the academic disciplines of engineering, science and pharmacy, as well as the Natural Resources Institute (NRI). Located at the Medway campus, the Faculty of Engineering and Science is responsible for the majority of the university's academic provision. Faculty of Engineering & Science offers undergraduate and postgraduate programmes with an industry placement that enables students to gain invaluable skills and work experience.

Faculty of Liberal Arts and Science

Spanning across eight departments, students can choose from a range of degrees across a vast selection of subjects. The faculties innovative teaching and research methods provide students with a unique educational experience.

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Admissions

Admissions

International applicants can apply via an authorised in-country representative or directly to the university with a form that is accessible online.

To allow the university to judge a student’s suitability to the programme, students will need to submit a completed application. This must include their full academic transcripts, references and relevant English language qualifications (as well as any other documents that are required for their choice of programme).

If students meet the entry criteria, there is a chance that they could receive an unconditional offer from the university. If they are yet to meet a specific entry condition, such as IELTS score of 6.0, or if they are still to complete an academic qualification, students will receive a conditional offer that is subject to them obtaining that condition. If students do not meet the requirements, they may be offered a place on a more suitable programme. All offers are sent electronically to either the agent or directly to the student’s e-mail account.

There may also be country-specific requirements, and the university also provides visa and immigration guidance.

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Admissions

Admissions

International applicants can apply via an authorised in-country representative or directly to the university with a form that is accessible online. To allow the university to judge a student's suitability for a programme, students will need to submit a completed application. This must include their full academic transcripts, personal statement, references and relevant English language qualifications, as well as any other documents that are required for their choice of programme.

If students meet the entry criteria, there is a chance that they could receive an unconditional offer from the university. If they are yet to meet specific entry conditions, such as an IELTS score of 6.0 for undergraduate courses and 6.5 for postgraduate, or if they are still to complete an academic qualification, students will receive a conditional offer that is subject to them obtaining that condition. If students do not meet the requirements, they may be offered a place on a more suitable programme or have the chance to apply for the University of Greenwich International College (UGIC). All offers are sent electronically to either the agent or directly to the student's e-mail account. There may also be country-specific requirements, and the university also provides visa and immigration guidance.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

International applicants can either apply to the University of Greenwich via an authorised in-country representative or directly through a free online form.

To be considered for a course, international applicants need to submit the following:

  • English language qualifications (IELTS score of 6.0 for undergraduate courses and 6.5 for postgraduate courses).
  • Full academic transcripts
  • Personal statement
  • References
  • Other documents that might be required for their chosen course.

Entry requirements vary depending on the course, and all admissions offers are sent electronically to either the agent or directly to the student's e-mail account.

If applicants meet their chosen programme's criteria, they may receive an unconditional offer from the university.

Conditional offers will be made to applicants who do not yet meet the specific entry requirements, including if academic qualifications still need to be completed. If applicants do not meet course requirements, they may also be offered a place on a more suitable programme or have the chance to apply for the University of Greenwich International College (UGIC).

Depending on the course applied for, applicants may need to meet country-specific requirements.

Alternative English tests such as TOEFL, PTE Academic, GCSE English or WAEC English Language are also considered. If the applicant does not meet the English language requirements, they can take OIETC Test available online.

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Facilities

Facilities

With a wide selection of world-class facilities on offer, students can trust that they will have access to everything they need at the University of Greenwich.

Stockwell Street & Drill Hall Library

The libraries at the University of Greenwich are equipped with books and learning resources. Students can easily access the library catalogue to search for the books or articles they want. The library staff can provide assistance with the learning resources available at the library. Stockwell Street Library has silent study areas for individuals and group study. The Academic Skills Team is available at the library to help students with essay writing skills. They also run a range of workshops for the students. Drill Hall Library is considered to be one of the longest libraries in Europe providing 400 personal computers, training rooms and group study rooms.

Dreadnought Building

The Dreadnought Building is the central hub for students on Greenwich Campus. A historic façade that’s had a 21st-century makeover inside, it is the home for the Students’ Union and our student services. It has a gym, cafes, an events area in the basement and lots of space to study and socialise.

Sports facilities

Sport plays a big part of university life. Avery Hill Campus is a specialist sports centre with two floodlit all-weather sports pitches and a five-court sports hall. All campuses have fully equipped gyms, which students can use for a fee.

Excellent transport links

All three campuses at the university benefit from brilliant transport links. Greenwich and Avery Hill Campuses are easily accessible to central London via bus and train, and Medway Campus is just a 45-minute train journey away. An intercampus bus runs between all three campus. The bus service between Greenwich and Avery Hill is free, and there is a small fee for the service between Medway Campus and the other two sites.

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Facilities

Facilities

With a wide selection of world-class facilities on offer, students can trust that they will have access to everything they need at the University of Greenwich.

Stockwell Street & Drill Hall Library

The libraries at the University of Greenwich are equipped with books and learning resources. Students can easily access the library catalogue to search for the books or articles they want. The library staff can provide assistance with the learning resources available at the library. Stockwell Street Library has silent study areas for individuals and group study. The Academic Skills Team is available at the library to help students with essay writing skills. They also run a range of workshops for the students. Drill Hall Library is considered to be one of the longest libraries in Europe providing 400 personal computers, training rooms and group study rooms.

Dreadnought Building

The Dreadnought Building is the central hub for students on Greenwich Campus. A historic façade that's had a 21st-century makeover inside, it is the home for the Students' Union and student services. It has a gym, cafes, an events area in the basement and lots of space to study and socialise.

Sports facilities

Sport plays a big part of university life. Avery Hill Campus is a specialist sports centre with two floodlit all-weather sports pitches and a five-court sports hall. All campuses have fully equipped gyms, which students can use for a fee.

Excellent transport links

All three campuses at the university benefit from brilliant transport links. Greenwich and Avery Hill Campuses are easily accessible to central London via bus and train, and Medway Campus is just a 45-minute train journey away. An intercampus bus runs between all three campus. The bus service between Greenwich and Avery Hill is free, and there is a small fee for the service between Medway Campus and the other two sites.

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Facilities

Facilities

The university provides a wide selection of world-class facilities. This includes:

Accommodation

University accommodation is guaranteed for most students with a safe and secure environment. Accommodation is located within a walking distance from campus and a student shuttle service is available for students across campuses.

There are around 2,400 hall places on or near its campuses, including:

  • On-site gym, cafe, shop and laundrette
  • Free on-campus gym membership and access to ActiveGRE activities
  • 24/7 security staff and residential support

Students who will be under the age of 18 during their first year of study will be offered alternative housing options by the accommodation services team.

Dreadnought Building

A central hub for students, the Dreadnought Building is home to the Students' Union. It boasts plenty of spaces to study and socialise, including gyms, cafes, and an events area in the basement.

Sports facilities

Sport plays a big part in university life, and all campuses have fully equipped gyms. The Avery Hill campus also has a specialist sports centre with two floodlit all-weather sports pitches and a five-court sports hall.

Stockwell Street & Drill Hall Library

The University of Greenwich's two libraries are well-stocked with books and learning resources. The Drill Hall library provides 400 computers, training rooms and several group study areas, while in-depth academic support from essay writing to study skills are provided by the academic skills team at the Stockwell Street library. All libraries provide a safe and secure environment in line with Covid-19 restrictions.

Transport links

All three campuses have brilliant transport links. The intercampus bus services which run between Greenwich and Avery Hill is free, and there is a small fee between Medway Campus and the other sites.

Both Greenwich and Avery Hill campuses offer quick connections to central London via bus and train, and Medway Campus is just 45-minutes away by train.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

International students may receive financial support at the University of Greenwich through a number of different scholarships and funding options.

International Scholarship Award

The University of Greenwich has a GBP 1 million scholarship fund available each year to help the best and brightest international students. Applications for the scholarship are open to new full-time, international students holding an offer to start their course in academic year 2019/20. Payment of this award is by way of tuition fee reduction.

Alumni Progression Bursary

International students registering for a postgraduate course after completing a degree course at either a University of Greenwich campus or partner college are eligible for a 20% reduction in the postgraduate tuition fee (if they hold a First Class Degree or Upper Second Class in their undergraduate course) or a 10% reduction in the postgraduate tuition fee (if they hold a Lower Second Class or completed an Erasmus placement with us).

Discount for full payment

International students can receive a 5% discount on their net tuition fees. If they make the full payment received by the university before 30th September for courses starting in September and before 31st January for January starters. The 5% discount will be for net tuition fees.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

International students may receive financial support at the University of Greenwich through a number of different scholarships and funding options.

International Scholarship Award

The University of Greenwich has a GBP 1 million scholarship fund available each year to help the best and brightest international students. Applications for scholarships are open to new full-time, international students holding an offer to start their course in academic year 2020/21. Payment of this award is by way of tuition fee reduction.

Alumni Progression Bursary

International students registering for a postgraduate course after completing a degree course at either a University of Greenwich campus or partner college are eligible for a 20 per cent reduction in the postgraduate tuition fee (if they hold a First Class Degree or Upper Second Class in their undergraduate course) or a ten per cent reduction in the postgraduate tuition fee (if they hold a Lower Second Class or completed an Erasmus placement with us).

Discount for full payment

International students can receive a five per cent discount on their net tuition fees. If they make the full payment received by the university before 30th September for courses starting in September and before 31st January for January starters. The five per cent discount will be for net tuition fees.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

International students can receive a range of financial support through scholarships and funding options. This includes:

International Scholarship Award

Every year, the University of Greenwich's International Scholarship Award is awarded to the brightest and best international students in the form of a tuition fee reduction. Applicants need to be international students holding an offer for a full-time course paying the fees at the international rate.

EU Bursary

New EU students will be supported by EU Bursary in the form of tuition fee reduction for their first year of study. Applicants need to be EU students holding an offer for a full-time course.

Discount for full payment

International students can receive a five per cent discount on their net tuition fees. To achieve this discount, students need to make the full payment before 30th September for courses starting in September and before 31st January for January starters.

Alumni Progression Bursary

International applicants for postgraduate courses can apply for a tuition fee reduction if they complete an undergraduate degree at either University of Greenwich or a partner college. A 20 per cent tuition fee reduction will be given if the applicant holds a first-class or upper second-class undergraduate degree. A 10 per cent reduction will be awarded if the applicant achieves a lower second-class degree or completes an Erasmus placement with the university.

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