University of Greenwich
Now operating three campuses around south-east London and Kent, the University of Greenwich traces its roots back to the Woolwich Polytechnic which was founded in 1890. Today the quality of the research produced by the university attracts interest from international agencies, government departments and major global corporations from over fifty companies, with well-known names including Pfizer, GlaxoSmithKline, BAE Systems and Airbus all benefitting from the university’s work.
The University of Greenwich’s mission to inspire society through research, discovery and lifelong learning has made it an ideal partner for the Edulink Group, and together we created the Edulink International Campus in Colombo, Sri Lanka. The doors to the International Campus opened in 2013, and today 250 students are enrolled on undergraduate and postgraduate programmes which were specially designed and accredited by the universities of Greenwich and Northampton.