Key information about Worcester
Total student population: 10,000+
International student population: 840 students (EU and Non-EU)
Scholarships for your country
The University awards scholarships of £1000 to eligible undergraduate students in their first and second year of a degree course or first year of a Foundation degree or HND on the basis of their academic achievement at the University of Worcester. Students do not apply for these scholarships as they are awarded to eligible students with the best academic profiles across the University.
International Scholarship Criteria
At the University of Worcester, depending on your degree, you are automatically awarded a scholarship.
Students that enrol in their first year for an undergraduate degree and have achieved 360 UCAS points or equivalent are qualified for a £3000 scholarship, 320 UCAS points or equivalent receive £2000 scholarship and 280 UCAS points or equivalent receive £1000.
If you are applying for a postgraduate degree, if your degree is at least a UK 2:1 or equivalent, we are offering you a scholarship of £3000. Also, if you have received a 2:2 degree, you will be rewarded with a scholarship of £2000.
For more information visit the International Fees & Scholarships page.
University Scholarships (Extra-Curricular Activities)
Students have the opportunity twice a year to apply for funds, up to £1000, to assist them with activities such as:
• Voluntary activities which are community based, either in the UK or abroad
• Activities related to a past-time or interest in which the student is involved (e.g. music or some other arts-based area; elite sport)
For full details about funding, please visit Fees, Scholarships and Loans section.
- Entry requirements
To be confirmed soon for 2017/18 intake.
- Local representatives
For specific information about Worcester representatives in your region please contact:
University of Worcester
Telephone: +44 (0)1905 855146
- Student views
University of South Australia
Coming from an Australian University where almost everyone commutes from their family home and social events are few and far between, I jumped at the opportunity of attending a University in the UK where I’d heard Uni-life was second to none.
Worcester University lived up to my expectations, and some. Worcester as a town is perfectly balanced; with historical, quaint side streets teeming with eateries and unique boutiques to explore by day, and a pumping student club/pub scene to enjoy by night. What’s more, it’s only a train ride away from the bustling shopping hub of Birmingham! The University is nicely tucked away, only a 15 minute walk from the city centre and offers some fantastic social events through the student union bar on campus.
Living in halls in my first semester with other exchange students such as myself, I made life long friends from a variety of different cultural backgrounds. Through my modules and the great help of my tutors, I was able to secure invaluable work experience at a fashion magazine in London, and as a student ambassador, I ended up in paid part time work in the University’s press office.
With memorable nights out, rewarding study opportunities, beautiful scenery and great people – Worcester, you’re going to be missed!