Education studies

Take a degree in education studies at a university with more than a hundred years’ experience training teachers and learn from award-winning, research-active lecturers.

Education and Community Studies at the University of Greenwich


Our Education and Community Studies programmes provide a sound foundation for those wishing to work with, or understand the education of, children and young people from infant to adult.

Our courses

Our education studies degree allows you to explore modern education and methodologies, and incorporates disciplines such as sociology, history and psychology. It is an excellent route into teaching after completing a PGCE qualification, education research or community education.

Communities and societies

Our active student-led societies offer a space for personal and academic growth, as well as new opportunities to make lasting friendships. Students can take part in activities throughout the year, both through the department and via the wider Students’ Union.

Local children get storytelling to help the sick


Early years student Hannah Phillips has teamed up with local children to write a storybook for children who ensure lengthy spells in hospital.

Research and partnerships

We have a history of carrying out specific and multidisciplinary activity across a range of research and enterprise contexts including the delivery of training and CPD.

National recognition for an inspiring teacher trainer


Outstanding work in mathematics education earned principal lecturer Jenny Field a Higher Education National Teaching Fellowship.

Join us as a research student

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.

Contact

pgr_education_recruit@gre.ac.uk

Working with industry

Our expert staff, industry-standard facilities and research expertise can help your business grow.

Find out more

Greenwich Research & Enterprise

Contact

enterprise@gre.ac.uk

020 8331 7867

The Institute for Lifecourse Development (ILD)


Our new institute will support internationally leading research and practice in Education, Health and the Human Sciences, and will build on the strengths across the university and wider community.

Our experts