One of the most reputed modern public university in the UK, Greenwich University is home to over 25,000 students from over 130 countries around the world. The university is committed in its goal to bring together people with a shared interest in learning new things, developing skills and fulfilling potential.
The history of the universe dates to Woolwich Polytechnic in 1891.After a series of mergers with other institutes, it attained the university status in 1992.
The university offers a range of multidisciplinary courses across its four faculties, namely, the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Business School, Faculty of Education and Health and Faculty of Engineering and Science.
University of Greenwich is based in London and Medway. The Greenwich campus is located at the iconic Old Royal Naval College. Located on the banks of the river Thames, it includes university's Greenwich Maritime Institute.
The 86-acre Avery Hill campus is also located in the Royal Borough of Greenwich. Located next to the Eltham park, the purpose-built green campus boasts of impressive sports facilities.
The historic Medway Campus in Kent is located on a former Royal Navy shore base known as called HMS Pembroke.
Rated as one of the most environmentally friendly university in the UK by the People & Planet Green League Table, the universe is committed in developing solutions for some of the world's most challenging issues, ranging from global health to public safety.
The university’s pathbreaking research in the field of landscape architecture, employment relations, fire safety, natural resources, social network analysis, education, training, educational leadership, and public services are internationally recognized.
The university boasts of two Nobel Laureates amongst its distinguished alumni – Charles Kao (Nobel Prize in Physics 2009) and Abiy Ahmed (Nobel Peace Prize 2019).