Greenwich, University's Averyhill is in an excellent location to visit the south of England and London City.
London, the Capital city of England, is one of the most famous and multi-cultural cities in the world. Over 15 million tourists visit London every year.
Favourite places include: the London Eye, Westminster Houses of Parliament and Oxford Street. London has something for everyone.
The Avery Hill Campus, Southwood Site, is in the lovely Avery Hill Park in Eltham, south-east London. It has some excellent teaching, living and sporting facilities.
The Southwood Site has a general shop and a launderette, tennis courts, and a large park for touch rugby, football and rounders. 'The Dome' in the centre of the complex, houses the food hall. At Sparrows Farm, there are also evening disco facilities.
The student accommodation is on campus.
The students will live in small flats with 5/6 en-suite single bedrooms and a shared kitchen/eating area.
There is student WIFI and 24-hour security.
The nearest town is Eltham, which has lots of places to shop and eat. Very close the campus is Eltham Palace: King Henry VIII's 1305 childhood home. League One football is also played at The Valley, home of Charlton Athletic Football Club. And the team train at Averyhill.
All journeys on the student excursion programme will be by private bus.