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University of Greenwich

Established in 1890, the University of Greenwich is home to more than 19,000 students from over 140 countries at its three campuses in southeast London and north Kent. It is a member of the Alliance Group of Universities and its high-quality teaching received a TEF Silver Teaching Excellence Framework award in 2017. Its Natural Resources Institute, based at its Medway Campus in Kent, is an award winning, internationally focused research, advisory and teaching institute with emphasis on food, nutrition, agriculture and the environment in support of the Sustainable Development Goals. 

GREAT Scholarships 2021

The University of Greenwich has one GREAT Scholarships available for the 2021-22 academic year for a student from Indonesia. 

 

Greenwich students ©

University of Greenwich 

Key subject information

With NRI’s Master’s in Global Environmental Change, you’ll develop a range of technical and soft skills to address some of the world’s greatest challenges. You’ll enhance your knowledge of bio-physical subjects related to climate change, and more applied option topics such as responsible business. Taught by world-leading interdisciplinary researchers, this programme combines a collaborative teaching approach and a friendly, collegiate atmosphere with small class sizes. Your research project will enable you to focus on a specific topic supported by a specialist researcher.

Further information about the University of Greenwich

  • Winner, Queen’s Anniversary Prizes for further and Higher Education 2015, 2019
  • Winner of The Guardian University Awards for Research Impact 2015
  • Winner of The Times Higher award for International Collaboration 2014
  • Pemenang, Queen's Anniversary Prizes untuk lebih lanjut dan Pendidikan Tinggi 2015, 2019
  • Pemenang The Guardian University Awards untuk Dampak Penelitian 2015
  • Pemenang penghargaan The Times Higher untuk Kolaborasi Internasional 2014