Greenwich Portraits 2019 Celebrating outstanding alumni Preparations are hotting up for Greenwich Portraits 2019, the annual celebration of outstanding Greenwich alumni. Building on the success of previous years, this year we are celebrating a further 16 alumni and current students including a football management fraternal duo and an award-winning author. Portraits [...]
A new year brings with it new opportunities and what better way to step into 2019 then by learning something new?
It's snowing again in Greenwich...
We were delighted to welcome back members of the Bergman Österberg Union to celebrate their achievements at Dartford College, the university's predecessor and a ground breaking pioneer in physical education, sport and the advancement of women's rights.
Do you have an idea for a new business or social enterprise that could benefit from a £5000 cash injection?
The i3Centre have launched this year’s Enterprise Challenge competition which aims to find, nurture and fund new business or social enterprise ideas. You don’t need to have started a business to apply, at this stage we’re just looking for great ideas.
Our friends at the Employability & Careers Service have a range of events across all campuses where you can meet employers and apply for graduate level jobs, and get support you need.
Help inspire and guide University of Greenwich students by getting involved in our Career Mentoring Scheme.
We are sad to announce the death of Sir Charles Kuen Kao, one of our most outstanding and influential alumni.
This is an opportunity to recall your time at the University and help to improve life on campus for our future students. Everyone who completes the survey will be given the option of entering a prize draw with a chance to win £50 in Amazon vouchers.
Congratulations to BA Film and Television Production graduate Emily George, this year’s winner of the University of Greenwich Alumni Award.