Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences

We are a diverse and energetic community with staff and students from across the globe. We offer degrees from a vast selection of subject areas, spanning across four schools. We employ innovative methods in our teaching and research, providing a unique experience.

Study at the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences

We aim to transform the lives of students by providing an education that enables them to become creative and confident contributors to society.

  • Without the University of Greenwich I would not be where I am today. I was able to improve various mathematical and analytical skills while being taught by intelligent and friendly staff.

    - Waleed Backler, BSc Hons Mathematics

  • Now I am in my final year and the time has flown by, I know now that studying Criminology & Criminal Psychology at Greenwich was the right choice for me.

    - Holly Dempsey, BSc Hons Criminology and Crim Psychology

  • Having studied both Undergraduate and Postgraduate Landscape Architecture course at University of Greenwich, I have thoroughly enjoyed the few years of academic studies. Tutors have overall been inspiring and fair, always trying to push the boundaries for us students to see past the horizon.

    - Cesare Cardia, BA Hons and MA Landscape Architecture Graduate

  • I've just finished my first week at a media company, writing journalistic copy for two magazines. I'd like to credit the English Literature teaching team for providing the resources to propel me towards a really great job and the beginning of a fantastic career.

    - Barney Dixon, BA Hons English Literature Graduate

Research and partnerships

Our mission is to inspire our students and the wider academic community with proactive, cutting-edge research, grounded in both practice and research, and delivered in conjunction with academic and business partners around the world.

Urban planning in a changing climate – Greenwich experts to advise European cities

Expanding parklands, introducing green roofs and restoring wetlands are just some of the ways that European towns and cities can adapt to climate change, Greenwich academics are to advise.

How to find us

The Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences is based at the Greenwich Maritime campus.

The largest of our three campuses, Greenwich Campus sits on a World Heritage Site on the banks of the River Thames. It is centered on three baroque buildings designed by Sir Christopher Wren for the Royal Navy at the end of the 17th century.

You can find out more about it in our campuses section.

Excellent transport links provide a 10 minute train journey to Central London.

  • DLR Cutty Sark (approx. 3 min walk)
  • Greenwich and Maze Hill (approx. 8 walk)
  • Greenwich Pier - Ferry service (3 min walk)
  • TFL buses frequently run close by.
  • Public 'Pay and display' car parks nearby.
  • Campus bus service between campuses.