Your results

Following recent announcements about grade calculations, centre assessed grades (CAGs) and appeals, we understand that you may be concerned about your place at Greenwich.

If you applied through UCAS before 30 June 2020, you are holding an offer for Greenwich for September 2020 and you accepted this as your firm or insurance option, then you are considered a main cycle applicant. If you have applied after 6 July 2020 then you are considered a Clearing applicant. If your grades are likely to change as a result of the move to Centre Assessed Grades (CAGs) please call our team of advisors (020 8331 9000). If you are a main cycle applicant we will be receiving updated information on your grades on Friday 21 August but we can discuss your options with you now.

I wasn't accepted at Greenwich with my original grades but my centre assessed grades (CAGs) are higher and would meet my offer. What should I do?

Our team are reviewing case by case. Please call our team of advisors on 020 8331 9000 to discuss your options.

I would like to apply through Clearing with my Centre Assessed Grades (CAGs). What should I do?

Our team are reviewing case by case. Please call our team of advisors on 020 8331 9000 to discuss your options.

UCAS track shows I have been accepted at Greenwich. What should I do now?

Congratulations! We'll be sending a series of emails over the next few weeks to get your started. This will include your university login details and and information about how to register online within in the next week. You can also find out more on our Welcome pages.

You should receive a follow up call too. This will give you a chance to ask any questions you might have.

I didn't get the grades I hoped for but I've been accepted at Greenwich. I want to take my place. Can I still appeal my grades?

We are looking forward to welcoming you to Greenwich.

We consider applications holistically and have considered the impact of COVID, so in some cases students may have been accepted where they have fallen slightly short on the conditions of their offer.

You can still appeal your grades. To do this, you should contact your school or college directly. Please notify us you are appealing by completing this appeal form.

I didn't get the grades I hoped for and UCAS track shows that I've not been accepted at Greenwich. I want to appeal. What should I do?

To appeal your grades, you should contact your school or college directly. Please notify us you are appealing by completing this appeal form.

We will hold your place until 7 September. This is the date we are told by which appeals should have been processed.

I didn't get the grades I hoped for. I am considering appealing or sitting exams in the autumn. Can I defer my place at Greenwich?

To appeal your grades and/or arrange to take exams in the autumn you should contact your school or college directly.

To request a deferral of your place until September 2021, please email Greenwich Admissions (aoc@gre.ac.uk) with 'Deferral' in subject line and include your UCAS ID.