Our campuses

The University of Greenwich has two London-based campuses and one at Medway in Kent. Combine a city lifestyle with tranquil surroundings for a unique study experience.

The University of Greenwich has the best of both worlds, with city and country campuses across London and the South-East.

Facilities

Our campuses are the perfect blend of old and new. You’ll use the latest technology in our state-of-the-art teaching spaces while enjoying the splendour of our historic buildings.

About our facilities

Our facilities include first-class advanced laboratories for our science and engineering students, plus three campus libraries with dedicated academic services librarians.

The newly reopened Dreadnought Building at Greenwich hosts academic, teaching and computing spaces alongside a gymnasium and concert venue for a memorable student experience.

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How to find us

The University of Greenwich is based in London and Medway. You can reach our campuses by car or via public transport (including bus and rail), with easy connections from airports in London.

The largest of our three campuses, Greenwich Campus sits on a World Heritage Site on the banks of the River Thames. It is centered on three baroque buildings designed by Sir Christopher Wren for the Royal Navy at the end of the 17th century.

You can find out more about it in our campuses section.

  • DLR Cutty Sark (approx. 3 min walk)
  • Greenwich and Maze Hill (approx. 8 walk)
  • Greenwich Pier - Ferry service (3 min walk)
  • TFL buses frequently run close by.
  • Public 'Pay and display' car parks nearby.
  • Campus bus service between campuses.

Situated either side of Avery Hill Park in Eltham, this campus combines the grace of a Victorian mansion with modern living and teaching facilities.

You can find out more about it in our campuses section.

  • New Eltham and Falconwood (approx. 15 min walk)
  • TFL buses frequently run nearby.
  • Ample 'pay and display' parking on campus.
  • Campus bus service between campuses.

Medway Campus has a rich naval history. Its red-brick buildings were previously a Royal Navy base. Nelson's flagship HMS Victory was built at Chatham's Historic Dockyard.

You can find out more about it in our campuses section.

  • Chatham Station (approx. 5 min by bus)
  • Gillingham Station (approx. 20 min walk / 10 min by bus)
  • Parking on-campus for permit holders with option to pay-as-you-go.
  • Campus bus service between campuses.