About the Medway Campus About the university

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.

Where you choose to study is a really important decision, and we are delighted to welcome you to our historic Medway Campus in Chatham, Kent.

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.

The campus also has amazing cafés and bars, including those in Pembroke and Pilkington Buildings. An attractive piazza-style area with outdoor seating is ideal for events. There are also plenty of green spaces, with a tennis court and on-site gym.

We offer our students a supportive environment for their studies and the help they need to secure graduate jobs in London, the South East and further afield.

Study facilities at Medway

Our proud tradition in education may date back over 125 years, but we're respected by industry experts as a forward-looking university.

Students benefit from excellent study facilities. Our 8,000m2 state-of-the-art laboratory provides cutting-edge technology and first-class facilities for students on our science and engineering degrees.

We've also got an outstanding learning resource centre, the Drill Hall Library, which has over 150,000 books and 400 computers.

View our facilities at one of our Open Days

Student life at Medway

Medway Campus has its own local identity, which is shaped by a community of 10,000 students from all over the world.

On-campus accommodation for University of Greenwich students comprises 350 rooms across five halls of residence. Our security team and resident assistants will help you feel safe and at home.

Our £4 million Student Hub is a social space which has been designed to enhance your student experience. You'll have the opportunity to join a range of clubs and societies to balance your studies.

Beyond the campus, we're a short walk from the Historic Dockyard and the Dockside Shopping Outlet with its multiscreen cinema, restaurants and bars. You can also find sports facilities at Medway Park, including a swimming pool and an Olympic-standard running track.

Shopping and entertainment at Bluewater are 20 minutes away by car.

Getting around Medway and beyond

If you want to travel further afield or live off campus, there are plenty of options to get around Medway and the South East.

By bus

Bus services for Rainham, Gillingham, Chatham, Rochester, Maidstone and Gravesend stop on or near the campus. The bus company Arriva offers a generous discount to our students on local services.

A university bus service runs between Medway and our other two campuses in London. A fee applies, and services are scheduled to get you to and from lectures at the appropriate times.

By train

You can reach central London by train in around 45 minutes from Chatham station, while the scenic Kent coastline is just over half an hour away.

Medway is also well located for Ebbsfleet International station if you wish to travel by Eurostar. You can reach France and Belgium in under two hours.

By car

If you prefer to travel by car, we have parking for staff and students on campus (fees apply).

Come and visit us

Medway Campus could be the perfect setting for you to begin your student journey.

We'd like to invite you to take a tour of our campus.

Sign up for an Open Day.

Travel information

Medway campus
Located in Kent on the historic Chatham Maritime Estate.