The Global Program is the investment in your future. The program is designed to equip you with practical skills while also enriching you with theoretical knowledge blended to suit the international market standards. It provides you the opportunity to study abroad for one semester covering fundamentals of business sciences, marketing, financial management and human resource. Whilst grounding you into the basics, it offers specialization in your key area of interest.
“Global Program is the combo of academic excellence with intercultural proficiency. The Program provides you the opportunity to complete part of your graduation from top universities around the globe. Succinctly put it is the X-factor you aspire for your resume.” (Naveed Mughal - Student Provost)
All courses will be taught in English to the Greenwich students. English is widely spoken in the countries we have selected to have academic partnerships with.
It is a minimum of one semester.
Yes, you may go to more than one country under the Global Program.
Greenwich University will facilitate you with the visa process.
The student him/herself will be directly responsible for all living and traveling costs during the whole duration of their stay abroad.
Since this is an issue beyond the jurisdiction of the Greenwich University. The student will not be able to participate in the Global Program if their visa is rejected. However, if he or she likes they may apply again in the following semesters, given that, they are still eligible to apply.
Our students are not allowed to work in these countries, under a student visa.
The first step includes selecting your courses and applying for your visa. The admissions and counseling department will be assisting you with these tasks. The students are then advised to start looking and securing an accommodation a few months prior to the date of their expected departure.
In such a case, the student will have to follow the same protocol as they would have had they failed a course at Greenwich university. Which would mean that the student would have to retake the course upon their return, at Greenwich University before graduating.