Science

Whether you’re interested in molecules, human anatomy or forensic detail, our science degrees offer you the opportunity to acquire the skills you need in a supportive, employment-focused environment.

Discover the world through Science


Interested in studying a science subject? From pharmacy to forensics, we have so much to offer. Catch a glimpse of the opportunities available to you.

Our courses

We offer a range of science degrees, from biology and chemistry to pharmaceutical sciences and forensic science. Our extended degrees include a foundation year to prepare you for degree-level study, while our science degree apprenticeships help you to gain a degree in the workplace.

Biology - a gateway to a range of careers


From conservation officer to pharmacologist to food security expert, a biology degree can open the door to a huge range of opportunities and career paths.

  • The lecturers are fantastic, they offer so much support and guidance both personally and professionally and really get to know each student. I learned so much.

    - Chloe Tebbutt, Forensic Science graduate

Communities and societies

Our student societies offer a space for personal growth and the chance to make lasting friendships. You can take part in activities through your department and via GK Unions (an alliance between the Universities of Greenwich and Kent). Here's a taste of how you can get involved and how we build connections with the wider community.

Pint of Science comes to Chatham


Artificial brains, food packaging and seaweed were all discussed when the Pint of Science festival came to Chatham in May 2019. The popular research-in-the-pub event will return in 2020.

Take a Virtual Tour

Our virtual tours are a great way to get a feel for where you'll be studying. Explore the facilities we have on offer below.

Research and partnerships

Research and scholarly activities in science inform our learning and teaching and complement the enterprise activities that we provide.

Top award for scientist


Professor Martin Snowden has been awarded the prestigious title of Eminent Fellow of the UK Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences (APS).

Join us as a research student

Graduates from our undergraduate science courses can move on to our MRes degree. Normally, you will need a 2.1 or First. If you have a suitable research proposal in a science discipline, we can help you apply to the university and find the appropriate supervisor.

Contact

fes_research_office@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

International researcher shortlisted for award


PhD student Ahmad Taha from Cairo has been shortlisted for an Energy Institute award for his work to reduce Medway NHS Trust's use of electricity. Here, he discusses engineering research at Medway.

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