Frequently asked questions Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences

The University of Greenwich organises two intakes per year. The deadline for receipt of applications is normally the end of June for autumn intake and the end of November for January intake.

See our student finance page for current fee information.

Yes, you may set up an installment plan to pay by two installments per year. The first installment would be due at the point of registration.  Fees are charged on a course credit basis.

See the university's bursaries page for details of any information on awards, allowances and loans that may be available to you.

Online registration and re-registration starts in September.

Study schools are held in September and January each year, but attendance is not compulsory.
Exams for some programmes are held in the UK but you may choose to sit exams overseas.

No, you don't need to attend the university induction. Registration is done online. See our registration for distance learners page for more information.

There are exams held for MSc Project Management, MSc Facilities Management and MSc Real Estate distance learning students.

Yes, you may choose to sit exams at an overseas venue (for example the British Council) but you will need to pay venue hire and invigilation costs.