The University of Greenwich was founded in 1891 as Woolwich Polytechnic. Over the years, it's incorporated several other institutions, including Dartford and Avery Hill Colleges. It became a university in 1992 along with other polytechnics.
The university offers a wide range of undergraduate and post-graduate degrees across the digital arts, education, nursing, business, engineering science, the built environment and architecture. The university’s Department of the Built Environment provides education from HNC to PhD. Our degree programmes include MSc Construction Management& Economics; Facilities Management; International Project Management; Sustainable Building Design and Engineering; Safety, Health and Environment; and Occupational Hygiene. At undergraduate level, our offering includes BSc Quantity Surveying and BA Property Development and Management.
We've international collaborations with mainland China, Hong Kong, the Netherlands and Trinidad. The largest campus is the Old Royal Naval College on the south bank of the Thames, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site, designed by Sir Christopher Wren. The University of Greenwich is proud of its links with industry and its research, which is focused on solving real-world problems for the benefit of business and communities.
University of Greenwich
Old Naval College, 30 Park Row, London, DE10 9LS