Find out how to apply for undergraduate and postgraduate courses at the University of Greenwich.

Undergraduate / Foundation degrees

Most UK and EU undergraduates apply through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). If you want to study part-time, you apply to the university directly.

International students apply directly via our website or through one of our representatives. You can contact our International Office for advice about applications and the qualifications you need.

If you are interested in a foundation degree offered by one of our partner colleges, please contact the college directly.

Postgraduate courses

For most postgraduate courses, you apply directly to the university. Some courses have other routes. International students may also be able to apply through a University of Greenwich representative in their country.

If you are interested in studying a research degree (MPhil/PhD), you can contact a potential supervisor or a postgraduate research office.

How we recognise prior learning / life experience

There are a number of routes into higher education for mature students or those with relevant learning or career experience. Your previous qualifications or experience may exempt you from modules of a degree or allow entry with lower requirements.

Next steps

If you apply via UCAS, you can view the status of your application using the UCAS application tracker.

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