GSM London

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Meridian House, home to GSM London

GSM London (Formerly Greenwich School of Management GSoM) is an independent school of higher education based in Greenwich, south-east London, England and also Greenford, west London. Founded in 1973,[1] It is an affiliated college of Plymouth University and its undergraduate degrees are validated and awarded by that university since 2006. The college offers two-year accelerated as well as the normal three-year study period.[2] There are three intakes – in February, June and October – each year.[1]

The college has no connections with the University of Greenwich, also based in Greenwich.

GSoM is a member of the Association of Independent Higher Education Providers (AIHEP) and is accredited by the British Accreditation Council for Independent Further and Higher Education (BAC).[3]

Greenwich campus[edit]

GSoM occupies Meridian House in Greenwich, part of the former Greenwich Town Hall complex built in the Art Deco style in 1939. The building has a distinctive brick clock tower.[4]

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Coordinates: 51°28′41″N 0°00′39″W / 51.4781°N 0.0109°W / 51.4781; -0.0109