University Of Greenwich Programs
University Of Greenwich Programs
School of Architecture, Design & Construction
Distance learning programmes
- MSc Occupational Hygiene (Distance Learning)
- MSc Safety, Health and Environment (Distance Learning)
- BSc Hons Occupational Safety, Health and the Environment (Top-up) (Distance Learning)
- MSc Accounting and Finance
- MSc Financial Management
- MSc Finance and Investment
- MSc International Banking and Finance
- All MBA programmes
- MA (Dual Award) Strategic Marketing Communications*
- MA (Dual Award) International Business*
- MSc (Dual Award) Financial Management*
Medway School of Pharmacy
School of Humanities & Social Sciences
- International Foundation Programme*
- Two-week English for Academic Purposes*
- Five-week English for Academic Purposes*
- Nine-week English for Academic Purposes*
Master’s by Research/MPhil/PhD/EdD
- *Nationality Scholarship does not apply.
- **Fees in line with recommended fees set by Research Council UK, which are still to be published for 2014–15.
University Of Greenwich Pre Sessional English Programme
Why study one of these courses?
The wide range available means that students can take a course that corresponds to current level of language skills and the level need to attain.
Students will develop their language skills in a supportive academic environment while studying in the beautiful and historic Royal Borough of Greenwich, south-east London. They will have access to University of Greenwich extensive facilities, such as modern library and well-equipped language labs.
Course will emphasise academic rather than colloquial English, and will help students acquire the study skills needed to meet the English language entry requirement for the majority of University of Greenwich programmes. This is either an IELTS score of 6.0 (minimum 5.5 in each skill) or an IELTS score of 6.5 (minimum 5.5 in each skill).
To successfully complete the Pre-Sessionsl English course, students must achieve their required level of language skills and have a satisfactory attendance record.
These courses are open to all new students and are run by the School of Humanities & Social Sciences.
Each course covers a variety of topics, including all or some of the following:
- Presentation skills: organising and structuring a presentation; using visuals and vocabulary
- Seminar skills: presenting, developing and supporting an argument; taking your turn
- Academic encounters: reading and writing summaries; vocabulary; discussion
- Academic writing (paraphrasing, coherence, etc.); grammar
- Listening: note taking; understanding organisation
- Project work: using the library; extended reading
- The media and current affairs.
During the course, students will carry out a number of tasks in class time and produce a portfolio of their work.
Classes are taught four days per week; Friday is a non-teaching day. Maximum class size is 20 students. Students should expect to pay £30–£50 for course books.
Our pre-sessional English courses
|Duration||Dates (2014)||Course leads to an IELTS score of:||To apply, you must have an IELTS score of:||Course fee|
28 April to 5 September
|6.0, minimum 5.5 in each skill||4.0, minimum 4.0 in each skill||£3,600|
|6.5, minimum 5.5 in each skill||4.5, minimum 4.0 in each skill||£3,600|
2 June to 5 September
|6.0, minimum 5.5 in each skill||4.5, minimum 4.0 in each skill||£2,700|
|6.5, minimum 5.5 in each skill||5.0, minimum 4.0 in each skill||£2,700|
7 July to 5 September
|6.0, minimum 5.5 in each skill||5.0, minimum 4.0 in each skill||£1,700|
|6.5, minimum 5.5 in each skill||5.5, minimum 4.0 in each skill||£1,700|
28 July to 29 August or 4 August to 5-Sep
|6.0, minimum 5.5 in each skill||5.5, minimum 4.0 in each skill||£1,100|
|6.5, minimum 5.5 in each skill||6.0, minimum 4.0 in each skill||£1,100|
26 August to 5 September
|6.0, minimum 5.5 in each skill||6.0, minimum 5.5 in three skills and 5.0 in one skill||£450|
|6.5, minimum 5.5 in each skill||6.5, minimum 5.5 in three skills and 5.0 in one skill||£450|
Students must have an offer of a place on one of University of Greenwich degree programmes and the IELTS score (or equivalent) required for the particular course (see above).
How to apply:
If the students have already applied for a programme of study and have received a conditional offer and their current IELTS or equivalent score does not fulfil the minimum IELTS requirement, please e-mail the International Office. Students should include a copy of IELTS certificate (or equivalent). University of Greenwich will then amend students offer to include the most suitable pre-sessional English programme prior to commencing their degree studies.
If students have not previously applied for a programme of study and are applying for the first time, please include a copy of IELTS certificate (or equivalent) with application. When applying for the first time, please apply online at www.gre.ac.uk/international/apply.
Tuition fees paid to confirm an offer of a place are not refundable except when a Tier 4 visa application to study in the United Kingdom is refused. Visas are subject to UK Visa and Immigration regulations. No partial refund can be granted for classes not attended. The University of Greenwich cannot accept responsibility for changes in students’ circumstances.
The university reserves the right to cancel a course because too few students have applied for it or because of unforeseen circumstances. In such cases, a full refund will be made.
Please refer to the university’s leaflet on tuition fees for international students; this can be viewed at www.gre.ac.uk/international/finance.
MSc Sustainable Building Engineering
MSc Sustainable Building Engineering is a New and Ambitious Programme at the University of Greenwich that aims to not only address the technical issues associated with delivering sustainable built environments but also to equip students with the skills necessary to deliver this in a commercially sensitive and focused industry.
The programme will focus both on the delivery of new buildings while also taking into account the increasing importance of addressing the existing building stock, as a large proportion of the buildings we will be using in 2050 are standing today.
Please Download the details for the Program : MSc SUST BUILD ENG
Natural Resources Institute (NRI)
Natural Resources Institute (NRI) at University of Greenwich, which is a Specialized Institute and School at Medway in the county of Kent, England.
NRI provides Research, Consultancy and Education services worldwide, especially through the university long-established international activities in the developing world on the sustainable management of natural and human resources.
NRI’s reputation is founded on a long history of expertise in the development of natural resources, and the Institute – and its predecessors – is known world-wide for this, especially in tropical and subtropical countries.
NRI provides a wonderful environment for students, with an internationally-recognized academic reputation. NRI offers postgraduate courses at Master’s level in aspects of natural resources management, including food safety. University Of Greenwich also provide postgraduate research opportunities for PhD degrees in natural resources management.
There are five main Masters programs offered by NRI.
- MSc/PGDip Food Safety and Quality Management: Food Safety and Quality Management, MSc /MSc by Research/PGDip; Food Safety and Quality Management (Postharvest Technology), MSc /PGDip; Food Safety and Quality Management (Control Systems and Trade), MSc/PGDip
- MSc Agriculture for Sustainable Development
- MSc Sustainable Environmental Management
- MA Rural Development Dynamics
- MSc by Research – Natural Resources
Work Experience Placements For MSc Students
The University of Greenwich has announced that The School of Science has launched Work Experience Placements for All of The University’s MSc programs students in the School of Science. These are for the September 2013 intake onward & for students interested in having any work experience as part of their time in the UK
The initiative is non-paid and will take place after the student has finished the MSc Degree/Program. There are no additional visa concerns because the program is for 2 months directly after the MSc Program has finished. This is within the terms of the visa. Applications are as normal through MARS – the placements are optional so they will be discussed with students on arrival.
The initiative covers the following programs :
- MSc Pharmaceutical Sciences
- MSc Formulation Science
- MSc Pharmaceutical Biotechnology
- MSc Biotechnology
- MSc GIS with Remote Sensing
- MSc Landscape Ecology with GIS
- MSc Applied Biomedical Science
- MSc Environmental Conservation
- MSc Sustainable Futures
- MSc Strength and Conditioning
This Placements are an excellent way for students to gain experience in real-life work projects in addition to an excellent degree. This is an excellent addition to a students’ resumes and will make them more employable.
Please read more about the programme here.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us for any further information.