University of Greenwich
The University of Greenwich is situated in the Royal Borough of Greenwich, London, England. The main campus is situated on the grounds of the Old Royal Naval College, which is a central site within the Maritime Greenwich UNESCO World Heritage Site. This University has extended from a technical institution to educate a range of subjects across engineering, natural sciences, social sciences, humanities and business, since the 19th century. Its research focus is applied science with strong associations to the scientific community. Education in UK is preferred by most of the students those who wish to get the best education.
From 2004 - 2011, operations of the University were managed and administered by Vice Chancellor Tessa Blackstone. She served as Minister for Education and Minister for Arts of the UK under the Labor government. She took her PhD at the London School of Economics before becoming the Professor of Educational Administration at University of London Institute of Education. Numerous world-class professors had been recruited by the University of Greenwich under her guidance and management. The University of Greenwich is ranked 99 out of 119 institutions according to the Guardian University Guide 2012 University League Table. This university was ranked 109 out of 116 in the Complete University Guide’s University League Table 2012.