The University of Greenwich’s historic Medway Campus in Chatham Maritime is home to the Faculty of Engineering and Science and selected programmes from the Faculty of Education and Health.
In 2017 the Medway Campus benefited from £50 million investment that has seen the construction of extensive new laboratories and research facilities. Our community of students ranges from undergraduate, including Foundation courses, through to taught Masters and PhDs. Our strong international reputation attracts students from around the world and we currently have students from more than 170 countries studying here.
Our Science courses include Biology, Biomedical Science, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Forensic Science, Human Nutrition, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Paramedic Science, Pharmacy, and Physical Geography.
“The lecturers at the University of Greenwich are amazing! They are all very personable and approachable and become like your friends, not just academic peers. There’s such a great support network here.”
-Yan Li, Paramedic Science.
We offer a wide range of Engineering courses including Chemical, Civil, Computer, Design, Innovation & Entrepreneurship, Electrical & Electronic, Management, Mechanical, and Engineering Technology.
“Studying Mechanical Engineering at the University of Greenwich has helped me understand product design, thermodynamics material engineering, and mechanical dynamic. In terms of engineering, they are one of the leaders in the country.”
– Connor Felstead, Mechanical Engineering.
The Medway Campus is home to a range of facilities including cafés, a gym and a new Student Hub which opened in 2017. This transformation of the former Victorian swimming pool is a joint development between the University of Greenwich and the University of Kent and houses the students’ union, as well as providing a social and event space for all students on the campus. Our campus is also home to the award-winning Drill Hall Library, thought to be the longest library in Europe, with 2.7 miles of shelving storing more than 130,000 books, CDs, DVDs and journals, 400 computers, and a café. The study zones, separated into quiet, silent and group, make it much easier to get ahead with coursework and the extended opening hours around exam time give students access to vast resources when they need them most.
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