University of Greenwich Ranking Profile

The University of Greenwich is a modern university (post 1992 institution) located in Greenwich, Greater London, England (UK).

Both NCC Education and the University of Greenwich has formed a partnership for the delivery of honours degrees in Computing and Business. This will allow NCC Education graduates to apply for entry onto the Greenwich University degree programmes. For instance, successful graduates of the NCC Education International Advanced Diploma in Business (IADB) are eligible for entry onto the Final Year of BA (Hons) Business Administration or BA (Hons) Business Management.

Ratings and Ranking Profile:

- 106th in The Times Good University Guide 2010 (placed 110th in 2009).

- 109th in the Guardian University Guide 2010 (placed 112th in 2009 and 114th in 2008).

- According to the Complete University Guide, it is rated 113th in 2008, 111th in 2009 and 111th in 2010.

- 109th in the Sunday Times University Guide 2008.

- 100th out of 132 institutions in the RAE 2008.

- 65% of the research submitted was recognised to be of at least international standard in terms of originality, significance and rigour in the RAE 2008.

- 112th in the Daily Telegraph University Ranking 2007.

- 134th in The Push League Table 2008.

- 25th for Art and Design, 67th for Hospitality; Leisure; Sport; Recreation and Tourism Programs, 78th for History Degree Courses (Times 2009).

- 17th for General Engineering, 34th for Mechanical Engineering (Times 2008).

- 16th (out of 86) for media studies in The Guardian's 2005 rankings.

- Winner of the Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Higher Education and the European Information Society Technologies (IST) Prize.

Historic Rankings (1999 - 2004):

- In the Times University Rankings, it is ranked 94th in 2004, 96th in 2003, 90th in 2002, 80th in 2001, 81st in 2000, 76th in 1999.

- 62nd in 2001, 61st in 2000, 61st in 1999 (Financial Times Ranking).

- 111th in 2004, 110th in 2003, 105th in 2002, 102nd in 2001, 83rd in 2000, 77th in 1999 (Sunday Times).

- 100th in 2003, 87th in 2004 (Guardian).

- 79th in 2003 (Daily Telegraph).