Date of release: Friday, March 20, 2015

Open DayThe next University of Greenwich Open Day takes place across all three campuses on Saturday 28 March.

The Open Day offers visitors the opportunity to discover more about courses and research in the university's faculties of Architecture, Computing & Humanities; Business; Education & Health; and Engineering & Science. Everyone interested in undergraduate and postgraduate study is welcome to attend.
 
It is a great opportunity to meet Robothespian at Medway, experience life in the Student Village at Avery Hill, or visit the award-winning new facilities at Stockwell Street in Greenwich town centre.

Buses will run between the campuses, at the Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich; Avery Hill, near Eltham; and the Medway Campus at Chatham Maritime, as well as the university's drama facilities at Bathway, in Woolwich.
Guided tours, talks and displays are on offer, with staff and students on hand to answer questions.

Previous visitors have praised the "welcoming staff and students", and the "excellent advice".  One recent attendee said simply, "I loved every minute of the whole day."

The University of Greenwich is home to more than 26,000 students, drawn from more than 100 countries.
Student satisfaction at the university is at an all-time high. According to the National Student Survey (NSS), 86 per cent of Greenwich's final-year students say that they are satisfied with the quality of their degree courses. 

Several of Greenwich's degree programmes are also delivering "one hundred per cent satisfaction", according to the NSS, including English Language and English Language Teaching, as well as courses in business, computing, mathematics, midwifery, public health and nursing.

For more details, contact 0208 331 9900, see http://www2.gre.ac.uk/study/opendays/uni-wide or email opendays@gre.ac.uk

Story by Public Relations.