The University of Greenwich is a public-funded university in London and Kent – United Kingdom. It was established in 1890 as Woolwich Polytechnic Campus and became a full-fledged university in 1992. The university has three campuses: the Greenwich Campus, Avery Hill Campus, and Medway Campus. The three university sites are easily accessible by transport facilities. They are equipped with modern infrastructures such as state-of-the-art labs, holistic sports complexes, extensive libraries, etc. The university offers multiple residence halls with a total capacity of 2400 rooms. The University of Greenwich comprises four academic divisions that offer some of the best courses to study abroad. Greenwich offers 250 postgraduate and undergraduate programs in diverse disciplines like business, education, health, engineering, etc. The university’s total enrollment is 20000 students, out of whom 35 percent are international students. The university’s research and innovation domain are phenomenal, and it has been involved with revolutionary research projects with Pfizer, Airbus, etc. The university is home to several student societies and athletic teams. Some of the notable alumni of the University of Greenwich are Nobel Laureate Abiy Ahmed, Mark Daly, and Terry Christian.
601-800 in Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2022 751-800 in QS World University Rankings 2022
On-campus and off-campus residence
48000 – 69000 GBP /year
|Avg Cost of Tuition/year||14000 – 16000 GBP/year|
|Cost of Living/year||£ 6650|