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Greenwich can lay claim to being one of the most popular film locations in the world. With the beautiful Naval College used as a back drop for so many Hollywood Blockbusters we can certainly see why.
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Greenwich is seeking outstanding international alumni to repeat last year’s triumph in the British Council’s prestigious Alumni Awards.
I am very excited to bring my work back to the University of Greenwich and celebrate the launch of the book and exhibition, it will be the biggest showing Outcome has had since I started the project two years ago. I hope to see you there or get in touch if you are interested in being part of it.
The University of Greenwich story actually started a few miles down the road at Woolwich. We remember some of Woolwich’s legendary student landmarks.
With the Rio Olympic games just around the corner, what better time to look back on how our alumni and friends have played their part in the worlds greatest sporting event.
Human rights activist and lawyer Shabina Begum has been named Alumnus of the Year for 2016. Shabina received her award at the annual Chancellor’s Dinner, held in Greenwich at the Painted Hall.
The “Alumnus of the Year” Award was established in 2012 to recognise the outstanding achievements of University of Greenwich graduates.
Tony Cherry tells us how his degree from Greenwich has carved out his career as a tennis coach.