International Incorporated Bachelors – Year Zero (Greenwich)

Subject Area
Business, Computing & IT Course, Data Analytics, Engineering, Finance & Accounting, Health & Social Care, Human Resource Management, Life and Biomedical Sciences, Marketing
Level
Graduate
City
Chatham, London
Awarding Body
University of Greenwich
Partnering Institute
Oxford International

International Incorporated Bachelors


Continuation Degrees

Studying at University of Greenwich International College is a fantastic start to your degree at University of Greenwich. When you apply, you make your continuation degree choice from some of the university’s most popular and prestigious academic routes.

 


Business and Management
BA (Hons)
Accounting and Financial Information Systems
Business with Finance
Business Management
Business Logistics and Transport Management
Business Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Business Purchasing and Supply Chain Management
Business with HRM
Business with Marketing
Business Studies
Business Economics
Human Resource Management
Events Management
Public Relations and Communication
Hospitality Management
Advertising and Digital Marketing Communications
Marketing Management
Tourism and Management

Computing
BSc (Hons)
Computer Science
Computer Science (Networking)
Computer Science (Cybersecurity)
Computer Science (Data Science)
Computer Science (Games)
Games Design and Development
Games Design and Development (Modelling and Animation)
Games Design and Development (Programming)
Computing
Computing (Network Systems)
Computing (Information Systems)

Engineering* (*Subject to accreditation by)
BEng (Hons)
Computer Engineering
Cybernetics
Design, Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technology
Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Engineering Management
Industrial Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering Technology
BSc (Hons)
Information Technology Management for Business

 

Science*
BSc (Hons)
Biology
Biomedical Science
Chemistry
Forensic Science
Forensic Science with Criminology
Human Nutrition
Pharmaceutical Sciences
Sports Science
Sports Science with Coaching
Sports Science with Professional Football Coaching

Social Sciences & Law
LLB (Hons)
Law
BA (Hons)
Criminology
Sociology
Politics and International Relations
Physical Education and Sport
Childhood and Youth Studies
BSc (hons)
Psychology
Psychology with Counselling
Public Health

 

Greenwich recognised in UK’s best breakthroughs list

The innovative work of the University of Greenwich’s Natural Resources Institute (NRI) has been named as one of the UK’s 100 best breakthroughs for its significant impact on people’s everyday lives.

NRI’s work on cassava is being honoured in the UK’s best breakthroughs list of the last century.

Cassava is a staple food for half a billion people in the developing world but up to 40% of produce can be lost due to its short shelf life. Pests, diseases and access to markets are also challenges.

NRI’s award-winning work on this important root crop include the ‘NRI Cassava Bag’, with built-in curing technology, which extends shelf life for over eight days. And the Cassava Adding Value for Africa (CAVA) project supports farmers with new technologies, training and market links, helping them to increase their incomes from the growth of cassava.

Director of NRI, Professor Andrew Westby said, “NRI’s work on cassava is making a real difference to the lives of smallholder farmers in Africa. The CAVA project has supported nearly 500 rural enterprises with the aim of benefitting 200,000 households and has the potential to improve the lives of millions.

“These projects are a reflection of our world-leading programme of research and innovation, which is contributing to global food security and is built on long-term, strong, dynamic partnerships between NRI and our partners in Africa.”

The list of breakthroughs demonstrates how UK universities are at the forefront of some of the world’s most important discoveries, innovations and social initiatives, including the discovery of penicillin, work tackling plastic pollution, ultrasound scans to check the health of unborn babies and the establishment of the Living Wage.

The list was compiled by Universities UK as part of the MadeAtUni campaign to bring to life the difference universities make to people, lives and communities.

Vice Chancellor of the University, Professor David Maguire said: “It is a fantastic achievement for us to be featured in this list. We’re extremely proud of the work of our academics and researchers and the difference they are making.

“We’re changing the world for the better in Greenwich, and teaching our students to do the same.

“The MadeAtUni campaign is an important initiative for us as it allows students, alumni, the local community and the wider population to understand the work that we do and the impact it has.”

Life at Greenwich

Whether you’re studying at the Greenwich, Avery Hill or Medway Campus, you’ll become part of a vibrant community where it’s easy to pursue your interests and discover your true potential.

Current research


Faculties at Greenwich run award-winning research programmes that make valuable contributions to business, industry and the community. There are a number of types of funding available for postgraduate research studies.

Research is led by experienced directors of research recognised internationally for their contributions. They give postgraduates the opportunity to carry out leading research at world-class facilities, and provide businesses with world-leading expertise.

Studying at Greenwich

With sites in south-east London and Kent, University of Greenwich students can enjoy the best of campus and city living. There are around 2,400 accommodation places on or near our campuses, which means we can guarantee accommodation in student halls for most new full-time students.

Greenwich Campus

Greenwich is our largest campus and its historic buildings on the River Thames are often used as film sets, so don’t be surprised if you see a few famous faces around the campus. The Stockwell Street building houses state-of-the-art learning resources, including a high-tech library, film and TV studios, and one of Europe’s largest teaching and learning green roof landscapes. The latest addition is Dreadnought Building, a huge teaching, study and social space that will open in autumn 2018 after a £25-million renovation.

The following subjects are taught here:

  • Architecture, landscape and the built environment
  • Business
  • Computing, mathematics and information technology
  • Humanities and social sciences
  • Law and criminology
  • Media and creative arts
  • Some health and education courses, including childhood and youth studies, community studies, counselling, psychology, social work and some teaching courses.

Avery Hill Campus

A few miles down the road from Greenwich is our Avery Hill Campus, on the edge of parkland and a short walk from Eltham High Street. As well as teaching and extensive sporting facilities, it is home to the Student Village, where the bulk of our accommodation is located. A recent £14-million investment includes two new buildings, four clinical skills laboratories and two floodlit, all-weather sport pitches. There’s a free intercampus bus to Greenwich, and central London is a 30-minute train ride away.

The following subjects are taught here:

  • Adult nursing and paramedic science
  • Children’s nursing
  • Lifelong learning education
  • Mental health nursing
  • Physical education and sport
  • Primary education
  • Sports sciences.

Medway Campus

Our Medway Campus in Chatham Maritime, Kent, has teaching and living spaces within a few minutes’ walk from each other. There are industry standard laboratories in science, engineering, pharmacy and natural resources, as well as a huge library. With around 10,000 students from three universities on site, there is a lively community that centres around the Deep End, a social and entertainment space, which also has a quiet study area. Just across the road from the campus is a dockside retail park with a nine-screen cinema, bars, restaurants and outlet stores. There is also a university bus service to the other two campuses, for which a fee is payable.

The following subjects are taught here:

  • Adult nursing and paramedic science
  • Engineering
  • Geography
  • Life sciences
  • Pharmaceutical, chemical and environmental sciences.

Whichever campus you’re based at, we’ll make sure you have everything you need to settle in, from student support to advice on fees and finance. Your Students’ Union University of Greenwich (SUUG) is also here for you to help you make the most out of your time at the University of Greenwich.

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