University ofGreenwich
Studying at theUniversity of Greenwich •   www.greenwich.ac.uk/usa •   www.greenwich.ac.uk/students/new
Founded in 1890 - Three Campuses Avery Hill, Maritime Greenwich, Medway        International    4,000        European Unio...
Campus facilitiesTeaching & LearningComputers and InternetLibraryAccommodationStudent ServicesClubs and SocietiesInter-sit...
Accommodation The University GUARANTEES that all new students,both Undergraduates and Postgraduates will beoffered a place...
Some Grad School programs atGreenwich...• MSc pharmaceutical                     • MSc Biotechnology  Sciences           •...
Entry RequirementsFor all of our Grad School Programmes: CGPA 3.0 to be considered: extra curricular activities and person...
Tuition Fees   2012/13     £10,950 (approx $16,500)   Alumni Discount10% off the regular tuition fee for all Greenwich alu...
Can I work while I study?An international student on a course ofmore than six months may work up to20 hours per week witho...
Enjoying LondonImportance of social life and studyingRestaurantsListings and Time Out magazineWatching sportsCinemaLive sh...
Why Greenwich and London?                      • Experience and different• Shorter programs                        culture...
Thoughts from a US alum....You get to study in one of the most exciting and culturallydiverse cities in the world, with ea...
Thoughts from US employers... “Cultural Awareness, Sensitivity and Tolerance” and an “International Perspective” Top List ...
Keep in touch!www.facebook.com/studyabroadlondonMark Blakemore bm50@gre.ac.ukAisling Conboy   ca17@gre.ac.uk
Thank you
Greenwich Postgraduate Study
Greenwich Postgraduate Study
Greenwich Postgraduate Study
Greenwich Postgraduate Study
Greenwich Postgraduate Study
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Greenwich Postgraduate Study

  1. 1. University ofGreenwich
  2. 2. Studying at theUniversity of Greenwich • www.greenwich.ac.uk/usa • www.greenwich.ac.uk/students/new
  3. 3. Founded in 1890 - Three Campuses Avery Hill, Maritime Greenwich, Medway International 4,000 European Union 1,000 UK 24,533 Undergraduates 75 % Postgraduates 25 % US Students – approx. 45
  4. 4. Campus facilitiesTeaching & LearningComputers and InternetLibraryAccommodationStudent ServicesClubs and SocietiesInter-site Bus ServiceSports ClubsLondon Major sports (2012),Entertainment, Culture
  5. 5. Accommodation The University GUARANTEES that all new students,both Undergraduates and Postgraduates will beoffered a place in one of our Halls of Residence or inuniversity managed housing provided you accept, inwriting, an offer of a place on a programme and havepaid the deposit requirement by 1 September.
  6. 6. Some Grad School programs atGreenwich...• MSc pharmaceutical • MSc Biotechnology Sciences • MSc Applied Biomedical• Msc Pharmaceutical Science Analysis • MSc Strength and Conditioning • MSc Psychology• MSc Pharmaceutical (Conversion degree) Biotechnology• MSc Formulation Science
  7. 7. Entry RequirementsFor all of our Grad School Programmes: CGPA 3.0 to be considered: extra curricular activities and personal statement are important
  8. 8. Tuition Fees 2012/13 £10,950 (approx $16,500) Alumni Discount10% off the regular tuition fee for all Greenwich alumni – including Study Abroad. - Full grad School degree tuition costs approx. $ 14, 850FAFSA Greenwich is a fully registered FAFSA university Note: Living Costs – you should budget for an around $11,000 for all other, non-tuition costs!
  9. 9. Can I work while I study?An international student on a course ofmore than six months may work up to20 hours per week without a workpermit during term-time and full timeduring vacations. The Job Shop
  10. 10. Enjoying LondonImportance of social life and studyingRestaurantsListings and Time Out magazineWatching sportsCinemaLive showsTV and radioTheatre, opera and balletMuseums and arts
  11. 11. Why Greenwich and London? • Experience and different• Shorter programs culture • Learn from International• Low Tuition classmates • International• Free Healthcare Opportunities • Access to special• Fewer Application collections and primary requirements source material
  12. 12. Thoughts from a US alum....You get to study in one of the most exciting and culturallydiverse cities in the world, with easy travel access to therest of Europe; there’s nothing like it! My time at theUniversity of Greenwich was an amazing experience. Fromthe academics to the social activities there was never a slowmoment. I can’t wait to come back!From the picturesque buildings of the Greenwich campusdesigned by Sir Christopher Wren to the top notchacademics I found the University of Greenwich to be theperfect blend of history and innovation.Maggie Hurst, University of Arizona
  13. 13. Thoughts from US employers... “Cultural Awareness, Sensitivity and Tolerance” and an “International Perspective” Top List of Attributes Valued by HR Execs in Candidates Who’ve Studied Abroad There are now even more reasons for college students to consider studying abroad. A new survey of global human resource executives released today affirmed the value of a study abroad experience in the hiring process. Nearly three in four (73%) cited study abroad as important when evaluating the resumé of a job candidate for a junior–level position. Furthermore, the study, conducted by Global HR News and commissioned by The Scholar Ship, showed that 8 in 10 of the HR executives surveyed believed that a study abroad experience was an important factor for overseas job placement within their companies.
  14. 14. Keep in touch!www.facebook.com/studyabroadlondonMark Blakemore bm50@gre.ac.ukAisling Conboy ca17@gre.ac.uk
  15. 15. Thank you

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