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University of Greenwich | New Courses and Scholarships for 2019-20

15 April 2019

The University of Greenwich offers two new master’s courses with industrial placement opportunities. These course are being offered for the September 2019 academic intake along with MBA in International Business which was the only course with paid industrial placement previously. Together with the industrial placement of 1 year the total course duration is of 24 months. The new courses launched include:

  • MSc Pharmaceutical Science with Industrial Placement
  • MSc Engineering Management with Industrial Placement

MSc Global Public Health is yet another new postgraduate programme launched in 2019 for students with Bachelor degree in MBBS, Dental studies, Ayurvedic Studies, Pharmaceutical Science or any medicine related qualification.

An international scholarship of up to £3,000 (starting with £5,00) is available for courses starting in September 2019 or January 2020. This is a merit based scholarship awarded to students with academic excellence holding offer for a full time taught programme.

If you are interested in studying at the University of Greenwich or want to learn more about courses and scholarships on offer, book a free consultation with SI-UK today.

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