This disclaimer refers to the University of Greenwich website accessible via www.greenwich.ac.uk, or any of its variations. This is the official website of the University of Greenwich, Old Royal Naval College, Park Row, Greenwich, London SE10 9LS.
The website develops constantly, and information it contains is subject to change without notice. While the university makes every effort to ensure content is accurate, we cannot accept liability for the information it contains.
Links to external websites
The University of Greenwich is not responsible for the content of external websites that link to or from our website.
We make every effort to ensure external links are free from viruses, but accept no liability for damage caused by viruses acquired from or appearing to have been acquired from the University of Greenwich website.
We make every effort to ensure our prospectus information is as accurate as possible. If you have any comments about the prospectus, please write to the Marketing Department, University of Greenwich, Central Avenue, Chatham Maritime, Kent ME4 4TB.
The University of Greenwich reserves the right to discontinue any class or programme, to alter any programme, or to amend any information, without notice.
Some of the programmes listed are subject to validation. This status is indicated at the beginning of each programme entry in the subject A-Z.
The prospectus describes the programmes we offer. As a student, you receive further material describing the teaching, examination, assessment and other educational services, and information on the social side of student life.
We take all reasonable steps to provide educational services as set out in the prospectus and further materials. However, we cannot guarantee these services. Should industrial action or circumstances beyond our control interfere with our ability to provide educational services, we minimise disruption as much as possible.
If you become a student, this notice shall constitute a term of the contract between you and the University of Greenwich. Any offer of a place is made on the basis that you consent to this notice as part of the contract.
The university's policies on fraud
If we have reason to believe you, or any person acting on your behalf, has provided false information, omitted relevant information, made any misrepresentation and/or provided counterfeit or forged documents while applying for a place, tuition fees assessment, or Mandatory or Discretionary Award, we will take the steps necessary to establish the authenticity of the information.
If we suspect fraud, we can share information with outside agencies as defined in our data protection registration. If they conclude fraud has taken place, we have the right to cancel your application, withdraw any offer of a place and rescind your student status. We will ask you to provide further information or documentation in relation to your application or student status.