The University of Greenwich is blessed with fantastic facilities. Boasting stunning locations and classical buildings. Famed for giving its name to Greenwich Mean Time, Greenwich is where hemispheres meet and home to a World Heritage Site
The Greenwich campus is in a beautiful riverside setting on the banks of the Thames. Centered around three baroque buildings designed by Sir Christopher Wren at the end of the 17th century, the campus has been described as "More breathtaking than the Versailles of Louis XIV" by the Independent newspaper.
With The O2, London’s only cable car and London’s oldest Royal Park. Greenwich is packed with royal heritage, world class attractions and breathtaking views.
It’s quick and easy to get to Greenwich from Central London by tube, train, DLR and bus, or you can honour the area’s maritime history and travel by boat