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University of Greenwich, School of Sciences, UK


University of Greenwich, School of Sciences, UK

Indian Environment Network welcomes University of Greenwich, UK as its Diamond Institutional Member.

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About University of Greenwich, School of Sciences

Indian Environment Network welcomes University of Greenwich, School of Science as its Diamond Institutional member.

IEN members are invited to check it's Environment Conservation Program for higher studies.

Also famous is it's Landscape Ecology with GIS Program

IEN members are welcome to post their queries as discussions in this forum and we will request staff members of the above programs to clarify and provide a response.

University of Greenwich Contact: 

Dr Debbie Bartlett CMLI FCIEEM
Program Leader MSc Environmental Conservation
Faculty of Engineering and Science
University of Greenwich
Central Avenue,
Chatham Maritime ME4 4TB

Discussion Forum

Welcome Dr Nimisha Tripathi, University of Greenwich

Started by Chandra Kishore. Last reply by ROHIT TRIVEDI Jan 10, 2015. 1 Reply

Welcome to Dr Nimisha Tripathi who has joined University of Greenwich, School of Sciences, UK from India as a researcher for 6 months. IEN members are welcome to ask questions on how to collaborate…Continue

University of Greenwich: Top honour at ecology and environmental awards

Started by Chandra Kishore Jul 3, 2014. 0 Replies

IEN Members,Please join me in congratulating "University of Greenwich", our Diamond Institutional member as the recipient of the prestigious award from CIEEM. So, if you want to do your Master's in…Continue

University of Greenwich, UK India Visit

Started by Chandra Kishore. Last reply by Pratima Singh Jun 2, 2014. 1 Reply

The International Office will be visiting several cities in India this summer 2014 and they would like to chat to you about your career aspirations and the programmes they offer at the University of…Continue

Food Innovation @ University of Greenwich

Started by Chandra Kishore. Last reply by GOPI KANTA GHOSH May 6, 2014. 1 Reply

The MSc programme in Food Innovation By University of Greenwich has been designed to provide students with knowledge and understanding of key steps in the development and launch of new ingredients…Continue

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Comment by Abhinav Mehta on March 20, 2014 at 8:28am

Myself abhinav Mehta, Working as a GIS Specialist,
Biodiversity Conservation & Rural Livelihood Improvement Project (WORLD BANK), Forest Department, Gir National Park & Sanctuary,
Sasan-Gir, Junagadh (Gujarat)-India.

As I have worked in Wildlife Conservation and Environment with the applications of Remote Sensing & GIS, I want to develop my career in particular subject. I am looking forward for PhD with the best opportunities in national or International Institutes or Universities. In addition to that I would love to participate in any nature conservation activities. Hope University of Greenwich can help me out for it.

Waiting for reply.

Comment by Dr Debbie Bartlett CMLI FIEEM on March 20, 2014 at 8:44am

good to hear from you - I remember meeting you last year when I visited Gir although failed ot actually see a lion it was a good trip.  I'm jsut back from a wedding in Jaipur and I did get to Sariska National Park - and failed to see a tiger lathough was with the radio trackers and we were very close. 

My colleague Dr Meredith williams, who runs the Landscape Ecology with GIS programme will be in touch with you shortly.  Applications for both the MSc programmes are open for September 2014 entry and details are available at and

do contact me if you have any questions - there is a £1000 fee discount for Indian students on the Masters programmes

Comment by Abhinav Mehta on March 21, 2014 at 1:39am

Hello Debbie,

First of all thank you so much for suggesting me this website to be in touch with guys of environment. That was first and last time i failed to do safari without seeing a lion.

Thank you so much for reference of Dr Meredith. I would love to work if opportunity comes. Actually I am already masters in Geoinformatics and I am looking for PhD programme.

Thanks again. take care and wish you all the best.

Comment by Rajnish Kumar on July 5, 2014 at 6:40am

Sirs! Guide Environmental Quality Managetment as well as Environmental

Pollution Control Technology are helpful in the field of ecological academic pursuit in these formative years when "paryavaran" is current craze anyhow.


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