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Eighty-nine per cent of students who took part in the National Student Survey said that staff are good at explaining things, and also gave high ratings to the fact that their courses are intellectually stimulating and that lecturers are enthusiastic and make their subjects interesting.
Our staff include a winner of the Times Higher Education Most Innovative Teacher Award and several National Teaching Fellows, a status which recognises exceptional teaching.
Our research on tsetse fly was named by Universities UK as one of the eight most important discoveries made in a UK university over the past 60 years.
We are developing stents (tiny artificial tubes for keeping open damaged arteries) that can deliver drugs more effectively into the bloodstream.
A collaboration between the university and a UK engineering company has produced a bomb disposal robot that's lighter and easier to carry into the field.
The university's Natural Resources Institute works across the world to reduce poverty and improve people's lives. Its research helps meet challenges such as pests and diseases and brings new technology and expertise to farmers in developing countries.
Our students regularly win awards; recent prizewinners include the recipient of a national tourism prize and a Student Midwife of the Year, while an innovative business idea from a University of Greenwich law student recently won him a trip to the Hong Kong office of law firm Eversheds.
These success stories reflect our long history of student achievement. The pinnacle of this is perhaps Nobel Prize winner Professor Charles Kao, 'Godfather of Broadband', who is one of our alumni.
We work with employers to provide the workplace skills students really need. Employers help design and shape programme content, ensuring our teaching reflects the latest developments in industry.
We are the greenest university in the UK, according to the People & Planet Green League Table. Our carbon emissions are down 22% on 2005, and we've introduced solar panels, electricity from renewable sources and our very own beehive!
Greenwich Campus is based on a UNESCO World Heritage Site on the banks of the River Thames. As part of the Old Royal Naval College, it was described by The Independent newspaper as "more breathtaking than the Versailles of Louis XIV".
Each year, students from hundreds of countries join the University of Greenwich. They bring fresh perspectives, and many form friendships that span continents and last lifetimes.
We can solve problems that restrict business growth. For instance, we helped fudge manufacturer Fudge Kitchen develop a more retail-friendly product with a longer shelf life. Such relationships are good for business – Fudge Kitchen expects a considerable boost in turnover – and can strengthen our programmes through real practical examples.