The University of Greenwich is a British university with campuses in south-east London and north Kent. These include the Greenwich Campus, located in the grounds of the Old Royal Naval College in the Royal Borough of Greenwich, London, England. It is the largest university in London by student numbers and the greenest in the UK as assessed by the People & Planet Green League Table. The university’s wide range of subjects include architecture, business, computing, education, engineering, humanities, natural sciences, pharmacy and social sciences. It has a strong research focus and well-established links to the scientific community.Greenwich Campus is located in the Old Royal Naval College, part of the Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site. It is the university’s largest campus and is centred on three baroque buildings, Queen Anne Court, Queen Mary Court and King William Court, designed by Sir Christopher Wren at the end of the 17th century. Three of the university’s schools are based here: the Business School, the School of Computing & Mathematical Sciences and the School of Humanities & Social Sciences. The campus is also home to the university’s Greenwich Maritime Institute, a specialist maritime studies teaching and research institute. The campus has a library which houses an extensive collection of books and journals, language labs and a 200-PC computing facility. Other facilities include specialist computer laboratories, a TV studio and editing suites. The Stephen Lawrence Gallery, in Queen Anne Court, showcases the work of contemporary artists.The university is currently ranked by the Sunday Times University Guide as joint third in London for student satisfaction with teaching quality, covering the quality of lectures, assessment and promptness and usefulness of academic feedback. This is ahead of 17 other universities in the capital. Teaching staff include a winner of the Times Higher Education Most Innovative Teacher Award and several National Teaching Fellows, a status which recognises exceptional teaching. The university works with employers to help design and shape programme content with the aim of ensuring that teaching reflects developments in industry and students acquire the appropriate career skills. Many of the university's programmes include placement opportunities. These were rated highly in the National Student Survey 2012, with the students’ positive response to ‘My placements have helped me to develop my skills in relation to my course’ eliciting 89%, the highest satisfaction rating in the UK for this part of the survey. The university plays a regional role in training teachers, nurses, social care professionals and further education lecturers.