Maybe you're a new student, living away from home from the first time. Or an international student adapting to life in a new country. Perhaps you're a mature student, or a parent juggling study with children.
Whatever your circumstances, our student support and advisory services can help you make the most of academic and social life at the University of Greenwich, and support you in dealing with any issues or problems you encounter.
It's important to us that you know where to get help and advice while you're studying here. Our student centres provide an excellent hub of support for students, so you can always find help if you need it.
Health and welfare
Live and study happily and healthily, and get treatment straight away in cases of sickness or emergency.
Our experienced, professionally-trained counsellors are here to help you work through any problems or issues.
Expert guidance and support for disabled students, and anyone with learning difficulties who works and studies at the university.
Pastoral care and support for students regardless of faith or religion.
Help and advice
Get helpful advice on everything and anything – from finances and jobs, to counselling and medical services.
Our Academic Skills Centres are designed to help you improve your reading, research and presentation skills.
Our staff will provide you with ongoing advice, information and guidance to help develop your future career prospects.