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Universities in South East London Studying in South East London has never been easier with a wide selection of degree courses and life-long learning options.

The University of Greenwich [map] is located at Park Row, Greenwich, and is one of the most established universities in the region.

Constructed in the late 1890s this university provides several excellent schools that continue to appear high in university ranking lists.

The University of Greenwich [map] is respected particularly for its schools of architecture and construction, science, computing and mathematics. The Medway School of Pharmacy is also attached to this institution as is the famous Greenwich Maritime Institute which provides postgraduates with the opportunity to study policy, management and the history of maritime business.

Goldsmiths College [map], New Cross, has an impressive reputation for offering a range of creative courses. Undergraduates who choose to study here have access to some unusual new course subjects including History and Anthropology, Popular Music Studies, and various qualifications in social work. Postgraduates have access to a range of community and psychology-based courses, as well as qualifications in regeneration and culture.

Holborn College [map], Woolwich Road, Charlton, Greenwich, is the UK’s most successful independent law school and a leading provider of international education. Undergraduates can choose from a range of courses including several law diplomas, some of which are studied for at the universities sister college in Huddersfield. There’s also the opportunity to study for the New York Bar and International Law MBA.

London City College [map], Royal Waterloo House, Waterloo Road, is a provider of business qualifications and international management courses. Courses include small business management and neuro-linguistic programming. There’s also the opportunity to study abroad.

If you’re looking for an alternative educational experience, there’s plenty of colleges, adult education centres and training institutions in South East London.

Learn to shake, rattle and roll like Tom Cruise in Cocktail by booking a course with the Straight Up Bartending School [map], 2nd Floor Dover House, 170 Westminster Bridge Road. Here you’ll learn to make some of the best cocktails in town and come out of it all with a useful qualification.

Those who want to work in the media can choose from a range of journalism and television courses at The London College of Printing [map], Elephant and Castle, which has an unrivalled reputation as one of the foremost media training centres in the UK.

There are several excellent adult education centres dotted around South East London. Try The Community Education Lewisham [map], Mornington Centre, Stanley Street, or Greenwich Community College [map], Plumstead Road, for course advice and information.

If you’re not sure where or what you want to study pop into the One-stop Shop [map], Ground Floor, Laurence House, 1 Catford Road, which has a library full of resources and adult education information as well as trained staff on-hand to help you put together and format your CV.

Younger people can access the same kind of information at Southwark Connexions Centre [map], Rye Lane. Careers advisors can suggest further education opportunities and give access to Internet searches.

University of Greenwich
Old Royal Naval College, Park Row, Greenwich, London SE10 9LS
020 8331 8000
www.gre.ac.uk

London College of Printing
Elephant & Castle, London, SE1 6SB
General Equiries: +44 (0)20 7514 6500
www.lcc.arts.ac.uk

Goldsmiths College
New Cross, London, SE14 6NW
020 7919 7171
www.goldsmiths.ac.uk

Holborn College
Woolwich Road, London, SE7 8LN
020 8317 6000
www.holborncollege.ac.uk/

London City College
Royal Waterloo House, 51-55 Waterloo Road, London, SE1 8TX
+44 (0)20 7928 0029
www.londoncitycollege.com

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