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Lewsham · Brockley · Sidcup
Christ the King College
Belmont Grove · Lewisham · London SE13 5GE
Tel: 020 8297 9433 · Fax: 020 8297 1460
Christ the King College: Aquinas
Sprules Road · Brockley · London SE4 2NL
Tel: 020 7358 2400 · Fax: 020 7358 2401
Christ the King College: : St Mary's
Chislehurst Road · Sidcup · Kent DA14 6BE
Tel: 020 8309 4760 · Fax: 020 8309 4767
The MFA Fine Art programme at Goldsmiths help students acquire a critical understanding of the creation and reception of contemporary art. Theory and practice are fully integrated with a strong emphasis on open discussion, peer-to-peer learning and the potential of each student to develop their abilities to the fullest. Goldsmiths is located in New Cross Gate, one of London’s most vibrant and interesting areas for emerging art and design.
The Department has a full compliment of state of the art workshops and laboratories staffed by fully qualified technicians. All MFA students full access to the labs and workshops. We also provide projects spaces and encourage students to develop their own exhibitions and projects both in and outside the College.
The MFA Fine Art inhabits a spacious studio complex in a converted Edwardian swimming baths at the center of the Goldsmiths campus. Students set their own objectives and goals for their MFA, with a view to developing a coherent and sustainable individual practice.
The programme is built around one-to-one tutorials and seminars with permanent staff, including John Chilver, Nick Crowe, Ros Gray, Andy Harper, Mark Leckey, David Mabb, Michael Newman, Simon Martin, Lindsay Seers, Ben Seymour, Kate Smith, Mike Sperlinger, Jemima Stehli and Milly Thompson. This is complemented by visiting artists, writers and thinkers chosen by the students themselves. These have included Ed Atkins, Nicolas Bourriaud, Simon Fujiwara, Isaac Julien, Darian Leader, Renzo Martens, Laure Prouvost, Dmitry Vilensky/Chto Delat and Ian Wallace. Intellectual engagement with contemporary theory is facilitated though tutorials, lectures, seminars, workshops and reading groups.
Our student-centred approach to teaching aims at helping students become artists who are independent, articulate, confident and self-motivated.The ethos is interdisciplinary, with students working together across disciplines. The programme encourages students to engage with issues related to what it means to work as an artist today, and to reflect upon their practice in light of art's complex history and its role in wider social and cultural processes. We offer a supportive, highly engaged environment for study and artistic development at the heart of London’s art world.
Greenwich Community College. Greenwich CentreDistance: 0.2 miTourist Information Greenwich Community College Plumstead Centre, 95 Plumstead Road, London London, SE18 7DQ 02088582211
Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and DanceDistance: 0.1 miTourist Information King Charles Court, Old Royal Naval College London, SE10 9JF
Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance is a music and dance conservatoire based in London, England. It was formed in 2005 as a merger of two older institutions – Trinity College of Music and Laban Dance Centre. Today the conservatoire has undergraduate and postgraduate students based at two campuses in Greenwich (Trinity) and Deptford/New Cross (Laban) in London.Trinity College of MusicTrinity College of Music was founded in central London in 1872 by the Reverend Henry George Bonavia Hunt to improve the teaching of church music. The College began as the Church Choral Society, whose diverse activities included choral singing classes and teaching instruction in church music. Gladstone was an early supporter during these years. A year later, in 1873, the college became the College of Church Music, London. In 1876 the college was incorporated as the Trinity College London. Initially, only male students could attend and they had to be members of the Church of England.In 1881, the College moved to Mandeville Place off Wigmore Street in Central London, which remained its home for over a hundred years. The college took over various neighbouring buildings in Mandeville Place. These were finally united in 1922 with the addition of a Grecian portico, and substantial internal reconstruction to create a first floor concert hall and an impressive staircase. However, other parts of the college retained a complicated layout reflecting its history as three separate buildings. The building is now occupied by the School of Economic Science.
We welcome everyone who shares our passion for remaking the old and imagining the new. Our university community includes staff, students and other stakeholders in the UK and around the world.
With subjects ranging from accountancy to science, we are proud of our excellent standards of teaching.
We are based on three attractive, historic campuses in London and Medway, Kent, at the centre of an international network of partners and clients. The university is home to a diverse community of nearly 28,000 students studying in the UK and overseas, one in five of them postgraduate.
Business School Employability Office aims at providing end to end support to all Business School students who are looking to take a placement as part of their degree. We provide a range of services to help students achieve their full career potential. We have very strong ties with industry experts and professionals located in London and outside. We look forward to using this page to promote interaction, student engagement, and promote opportunities to improve employability.
University of Greenwich Erasmus & Study AbroadDistance: 0.3 miTourist Information Old Royal Naval College, 30 Park Row London, SE10 9LS
The University of Greenwich attracts students from around the world each year to study for semester, full year and summer programmes, offering a range of subjects across our three campuses.
Term / Semester
Students can come for a term and take courses and transfer the credits towards degree programmes back home. Term 1 is from September until December, and Term 2 is January until May.
Full Academic Year
Students can spend a full academic year at the University of Greenwich (September – June)
Greenwich University Malaysian & Singaporean Society - GUMSSocDistance: 0.3 miTourist Information Old Royal Naval College, 30 Park Row London, SE10 9LS
If you are interested to be a part of the Greenwich University Malaysian & Singaprean Society (GUMSSoc), please do not hesitate to contact Roxanne Ky at [email protected]/ Jenny at [email protected]/ Izzah Ismail at [email protected] and also not forgetting to like our page and share it with other Malaysian friends who are pursuing their studies in Greenwich University (Greenwich Main Campus, Avery Hill Campus, Medway Campus). We do have a newly formed Facebook group as well, however it has yet to be updated as we are still trying to reach out and recruit Malaysian members to work as a team to establish this society!
Greenwich University Malaysian & Singaporean Society (GUMSSoc)
URL provided below will direct you to our GUMSSoc’s Facebook Page and Group
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/GreenwichUniversityMalaysianSingaporeanSociety
Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/643258722413556/