Reasons to choose GSoMOctober, February or June starting dates High pass rates Excellent job prospects and career opporunities Full-time careers centre Specialist library and research facilities Easy access to central London A tight-knit caring environment that concentrates on making the student experience a positive one Greenwich School of Management is an independent School of higher education. We specialise in programmes leading to qualifications in business management, finance & accounting, law, travel & tourism, IT, HR, health services management and cognate areas, as well as awards of various professional bodies.We were founded in 1973 and since then have produced over 20,000 successful graduates, many of whom occupy key management positions in industry and the public sector around the world. Many of the School's students proceed to further studies and research in the university sector after having successfully completed their programmes at Greenwich School of Management.There are currently over 1500 students enrolled at the School. Our students are mostly UK based, although our small international cohort represent over 60 nationalities across the globe providing a diverse mix of cultures and experiences.The School offers validated degree programmes which include BSc(Hons), MBA and MSc degrees through partnerships with such institutions as the University of Plymouth, the University of Wales and Northwood University in the United States of America.The School is located in historic Greenwich and occupies a fine Art Deco building with a landmark 180 ft clock tower. The School prides itself on its personal, tight-knit, caring and friendly ambience. By day, the School has a mix of international and home students whilst the evening classes attract local City of London based managers. The weekend and executive students are high fliers or fast trackers destined for top management posts.The School is small enough for staff to know all the students personally and this gives the place an intimate atmosphere. Staff are caring and responsive and students very much feel part of the community of the School. The town of Greenwich is historical and has a collegiate feel to it, with bookshops, bars, antique markets and the royal park on the School's doorstep.The School has three main intakes thoughout the year: in February, June and October. The weekend and executive programmes can be started in any month. The teaching faculty combines a depth of academic knowledge with practical experience of management.Over 1000 successful MBA's and almost 800 BSc(Hons) graduates have obtained their degrees at Greenwich School of Management.Over the past 30 years Greenwich School of Management has been recognised as an institution that meets the needs of students, employers and the wider academic community, and has a deserved reputation as being one of the leading independent business schools in London.AccreditationGreenwich School of Management is accredited by the British Accreditation Council for Independent Further and Higher Education. View our accreditation and memberships page for more information.The Lord Harris LibraryThe Library provides a comprehensive information service, including a wide range of print and online resources, photocopying, printing, scanning and binding facilities and internet access, as well as 24 hour wifi access.We subscribe to a number of professional journals and databases, which are available for use via the GSM intranet, or remotely via Athens. These include 40 journals (both online and print) and various serials and daily newspapers.Our main databases – Business Source Complete, FAME, Emerald Management, Mintel, Nexis UK and Proquest - give access to thousands of professional journal articles, corporate profiles, company reports and government documents.Click here to read more about our extensive Library and Research Resources.ComputersThe computer suites are designed to support the management programmes and 'hands on' computing modules.These facilities are also available for students' private study and programme work preparation.Within the Library, students may reserve periods for accessing the internet.Sports and Cultural ActivitiesSporting facilities are available close by for swimming, tennis, badminton, squash, weight training, aerobics and martial arts, and the environment for jogging, alongside the river on the Thames Path or in Greenwich Park, is excellent. Click here to learn more about the sports facilities available nearby. Those seeking cultural activities can benefit from the School's proximity to the centre of London. The 'West End', the National Gallery, 'Theatreland' and many of London's other sights and experiences are often no more than a 20-minute train journey away.Student AccommodationThe School has an accommodation officer who can provide students with assistance in finding suitable accommodation after they have enrolled. Self-catering accommodation is available for those who wish to look after themselves, and at any stage of their programme, students may apply for a place at a local student hostel. If preferred, bed-and-breakfast accommodation can be booked with nearby hotels or local families. View our Accommodation page for more information.BookshopIn addition to the Library facilities the school has a bookshop. Here, students can purchase textbooks based on the recommended reading and study lists provided each semester on enrolment.
Reasons to choose GSoMOctober, February or June starting dates High pass rates Excellent job prospects and career opporunities Full-time careers centre Specialist library and research facilities Easy access to central London A tight-knit caring environment that concentrates on making the student experience a positive one Greenwich School of Management is an independent School of higher...