The University of Greenwich welcomes students from Zambia studying our undergraduate (Bachelor's) degree, and postgraduate (Master's) degree programmes.
To join our programmes you will need to meet both academic and English language entry requirements before you start the programme. You need not wait until you satisfy all the entry requirements before you apply to study with us.

Entry requirements

Undergraduate degrees

For entry to our Bachelor's programmes, you will need to hold a relevant bachelor's degree from Zambia. The completion of all four years is required. Depending on your grades, entry to Year 2 or Year 3 will be considered. To prove your proficiency of English ZSC grades 1-3 is needed.

Master's degrees

For entry to our Master's programmes, you will generally need to hold a Master's degree from either University of Zambia (UNZA) or Copperbelt University to be considered.

Certain programmes have special requirements. For example, some MBA programmes require work experience after graduation at an appropriate level; and those for architecture need to submit a portfolio of their work.

English language

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

Summer pre-sessional English language courses and International Foundation Programmes are available.

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


Connect with applicants and current students in our international student Facebook group.

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