The university traces its roots to 1890, when Britain’s second polytechnic was opened near the Thames at Woolwich to teach practical and commercial skills to London workers. Over the years a range of specialist organisations have joined the institution, giving it diverse strengths in subjects such as teacher training, architecture, engineering and history. The name Thames Polytechnic was adopted in 1970. We became the University of Greenwich when we were awarded university status in 1992.

The Centre for Indian Business works within the University to provide easy access to knowledge and understanding of the Indian business world and it also acts as a hub where people can network, discuss and access a wealth of information about India. The centre works closely with institutions, industry and its communities to forge strong…

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