Applications for International students

We welcome students from all over the globe looking to study in London and the United Kingdom.

We offer a wide variety of courses and ways to study for those coming from abroad. If you are an international student looking to continue your education at one of our historic campuses in the UK then we can help you.

It's not too late to apply for January 2019

Did you know international and EU students don’t need to apply through UCAS clearing? Apply directly to the university and you can begin your studies this January.

Help and support

Let us help you navigate the process of applying to study at Greenwich from abroad.

Life at Greenwich

Moving to the UK to study at the University of Greenwich will be an exciting experience. But you will have so much to do and think about when you arrive that it may at first seem overwhelming.

How we can help

Our team of international advisers will give you all the help you need to adapt to life in England, and will be able to advise you on everything from personal and welfare matters to immigration issues.

The staff in our Student Centres will also be able to give you information and advice on a wide range of issues, from opening a bank account and registering with a doctor to adjusting to local customs and finding your way around.

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Get in touch

Whether you want to find out more about studying at Greenwich or have a query about your eligibility for studying in the UK, we can help.

To get in touch, simply complete the contact form or use the contact details below.

Telephone: +44 (0) 20 8331 8136

Other ways to study

We offer a number of different options to students looking to study at Greenwich through means other than direct entry.

University of Greenwich International College (UGIC)

An embedded college offering an exciting range of courses for international students. UGIC delivers the first stages of the International Incorporated Bachelors degree and the International Incorporated Masters degree. The college is located at the beautiful Devonport House, on the Greenwich campus.