The research study experience Research

As well as providing a rich and fulfilling experience, research programmes at Greenwich are at the leading edge of progress in a range of industries.

Life at Greenwich

We believe that a nurturing, lively study environment is essential to researcher development. Find out what life at Greenwich is like, how we support our international students, visit us on one of our open days and browse our prospectus.

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Why choose a postgraduate research degree?

Research programmes at Greenwich are at the leading edge of progress in a range of industries. Our staff and students contribute significantly to developing knowledge and understanding that improves business practices, influences policymakers, and sets standards in the wider community for the UK and worldwide.

Your postgraduate programme

The University of Greenwich's preferred route to PhD is, in the first instance, registration for an MPhil/PhD. Based on your progress at the MPhil stage of the programme, you can then apply to transfer to a PhD. Throughout the research project, we'll assign you a supervisory team, who will guide and advise you, help you shape ideas, and support your progress. You can take up to four years full-time or seven years part-time to complete a MPhil/PhD programme with us.
 
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Funding and financial support

Studying can be expensive, and finding the right plan and support structure is essential. View the university's course tuition fees, as well as our postgraduate research funding options, bursaries, studentships/scholarships and financial support services.

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More research news

Find out about University of Greenwich research, and the positive effects it's having all over the world.

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Greenwich Research & Enterprise (GRE)

E-mail: enterprise@gre.ac.uk
Telephone: 020 8331 7867