Greenwich, England

University of Greenwich

The University of Greenwich was established in 1890 primarily as a polytechnic institution to teach practical commercial skills to London workers. The university was named Thames Polytechnic in 1970, and was later changed to University of Greenwich when it was awarded University status in 1992. University of Greenwich is located next to the River Thames in Greenwich, a borough of London.

The enrollment of 23,000 students includes students from over 140 different countries. Greenwich has three campuses: Avery Hill, in the south-east London district of Eltham; Greenwich, in the historic London borough; and Medway, which is in Chatham Maritime, Kent. The Greenwich Campus is on a World Heritage Site on the banks of the Thames. The university’s largest campus is centered on three baroque buildings designed by Sir Christopher Wren at the end of the 17th century.

The University of Greenwich offers a wide range of course offerings. Each of the three campus’s are dedicated to specific departments such as Architecture & Construction, Health & Social Care, Business, Computing & Mathematical Sciences, Education & Training, Greenwich Maritime Institute, Humanities & Social Sciences, Engineering, Natural Resources Institute, Pharmacy, Science.


Program Details

Program Price: Per Semester - $8,450

The SWS program price covers the cost of standard tuition and registration fees at your host institution.
Tuition includes 15 credits from the below courses for a Semester long program.

Eligibility Requirements:
Must be a High School Graduate by Start of Course
Minimum GPA: 2.80
Language Proficiency: Beginner to Intermediate
Application Requirements: Unofficial Transcripts
$65 Non-Refundable Application Fee
Completed Application

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**Prices and Courses are subject to change, please contact SWS staff for the most up-to-date information.


Course Schedule

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Faculties
Accounting and Finance
Agriculture and Sustainability
Architecture and Construction
Animal Management
Art and Design
Business-General
Business-International
Computing-General
Computing-Information Technology
Computing-Internet
Computing-Networking and Systems
Continuing Professional Development
Criminology
Drama and Performing Arts
Economics
Education-General
Education-Secondary
Education-Primary
Engineering-Civil
Engineering-Electrical and Electronic
Engineering-Mechanical
English
Events Management
Environmental Science
Geography
Health-General
Health-Nursing and Midwifery
Health-Social Care
Health and Safety
Health-Therapies
Horticulture
History
Humanities
Landscape and Gardens
Language and Culture
Law
Marketing
Mathematics and Statistics
Media
Multimedia
Nutrition
Pharmacy
Politics
Philosophy
Public Relations
Psychology and Counseling
Science-Biomedical
Science-Biosciences
Science-Chemistry
Science-General
Science-Pharmaceutical
Sports-General
Sports-Science
Sociology
Tourism
Youth and Community


**Please contact SWS staff for course description information.