Greenwich’s alumni community is truly international, with over 67,000 alumni based in more than 160 countries.
Our international alumni networks aim to keep you connected to the university and fellow graduates, wherever you are.
International alumni volunteers
Our international alumni volunteers play an important role in supporting alumni events overseas.
From helping us to source a venue or photographer in a specific location, to helping us host and spread the word about an event.
We love it when our international alumni choose to visit our campuses. If you are planning a trip to Greenwich, whether to revisit your old lecture theatre or to explore the magnificent Old Royal Naval College for the first time, please let us know. Drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org ahead of visiting so that we can help you make the most of your trip.
International alumni share their experiences of life at Greenwich
“I chose to study at UOG because of its high standards, teaching quality, location and qualifications are recognised and valued by employers all over the world.”
“I chose to study at UOG because it offered the specific course I was interested in MSc Real Estate and Development. Also my academic mentor highly recommended UOG. I was further convinced to come to study at Greenwich because of the share beauty of its campuses. Not many universities can combine the old with the new like the University of Greenwich. Wide open spaces, great landscape and old/new buildings.”
“I love that the campuses are not too central, but I am able to get around in London very quickly. Everything is close, everything is almost cheaper than in Norway, and there is always some events or activities going on.”
“I like the location and proximity to all that London has to offer. I also like the employment opportunities that it has already provided me with. The teaching staff is also a strong point of studying here.”
“the University of Greenwich is a fantastic place to study; even it is a natural place where my friends and I always felt the natural air from the River Thames. We spent plenty of time at the Cutty Sark, an English clipper ship built on the Clyde in 1869, Greenwich Mean Time and Museum at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich Park, etc. Those are my ever green unforgettable days.”