The University of Greenwich welcomes Indian students on its programmes. View the entry requirements and contact us for further information.


There are over 250,000 French people in London. Here you can find a huge number of French businesses, cafes and restaurants. Trade between the UK (especially London) and France is large and many students go on to work in international companies operating in each country. Financials, cars, aerospace, oil, pharmaceuticals, food and beverages are the biggest trading goods and services.

The University of Greenwich, London welcomes students from France. We are proud to say that we have just under 100 French studying with us, especially across our business, finance, computing, networking, and architecture & design degrees.

Many French are attracted to Greenwich because of our beautiful London location, excellent degrees that prepare you for work and the opportunities for part-time work in London. Getting a London-based education will give you significant employment opportunities.

With great transport links from all of our campuses to the centre of London, you can set off from London to Paris and vice versa in just over 2 hours via a high speed train with Eurostar.

Welcome to the University of Greenwich and London, UK.

Entry requirements

English language

For details on English language requirements, please see our English/Foundation programmes page.

Tour dates

Further tour date information will be posted shortly. Alternatively, please contact the International Office.

Contact us

International Office

The International Office is a dedicated department, here to assist international students and guide them through the application process. Please do not hesitate to contact us at any time.

Telephone: +44 020 8331 8136
Fax: +44 020 8331 8625


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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.

You can contact us by e-mail, telephone or by completing the contact form on this page.

Telephone: +44 (0) 20 8331 8136