Subject specific talks delivered by University of Greenwich academics at your event, school or college

The university is committed to contributing to the community by sharing our expertise and facilities in support of raising aspirations and inspiring your students.

Our lecturers and subject specialists can visit your school or college and deliver talks on a range of subjects and degree specialisms, including:

  • Business
  • Education and Health
  • Engineering and Science
  • Architecture, Computing and Humanities

GREat Minds

Our series of twilight lectures are delivered by academics at our Greenwich Campus and cover a range of subject areas to complement students sixth form or college studies and to provide an insight into studying these disciplines at degree level. Subject areas covered in the series include:

  • Humanities and Social Sciences
  • English Literature
  • Mathematics
  • Economics

Our 2020/21 programme is currently being confirmed and will updated shortly.

To view the programme from last year, please click here.

"Students found it extremely useful to gain an insight on this course. You kept them engaged and positive about the many opportunities available to them when they leave college. Our Politics teacher was really inspired and we are hopeful to continue our collaboration"

Teacher, Politics Subject Talk

Careers Strategy

The Government's Careers Strategy uses the Gatsby Benchmarks to set out a range of requirements that schools and colleges must meet. We have matched all of our activities to these, and this activity can support you with meeting benchmarks 1, 2, 4 and 7.

Booking information

Teachers and careers advisers from GREat Futures Institutions can contact us to discuss their needs for students in year 12 and 13, or FE year 1 and 2. As these talks are in high demand, advance notice is advised.

The GREat Mind lectures are open to all and are aimed at students currently studying at Level 3. Both students and their teachers are welcome. Students are permitted to attend independently.