Upcoming events

  • Open Day

    Thursday, 04 September 2014

    Time: 5pm - 7pm

    The best way to find out what itís really like to be a student at the University of Worcester is to come along to one of our Open Events. Our Open Events include presentations, displays and tours, but most importantly, youíll have the chance to meet some of our current staff and students.

    Visit the Open Days page to find out more and book your place.

  • Women's History Network Annual Conference

    Friday, 05 September 2014 - Sunday, 07 September 2014

    The term Home Front was initially used during the First World War, and this conference is intended to coincide with the commemorations marking the centenary of the beginning of the Frist World War. Drawing upon the perspectives of womenís and gender history discussion will explore practical and emotional survival on the Home Front during war and conflict; including for example: food, domesticity, marriage, working lives, the treatment of outsiders, leisure, entertainment and the representation and remembrance of the Home Front. The conference aims to stimulate debate about not only the British Home Front but also a range of other Home Fronts and conflicts, across diverse historical periods and geographical areas.

    Key note speakers include:

    - Professor Susan-Mary Grant † University of Newcastle

    - Dr D. Thom † University of Cambridge

    - Dr Lisa Pine † †London South Bank University

  • BBC National Orchestra of Wales in Concert

    Wednesday, 10 September 2014

    7.30pm

    Presented by the University of Worcester, in Association with the Autumn in Malvern Festival, this rare opportunity to see one of the UKís leading orchestras takes place on September 10.

    In keeping with the Cityís heritage, the orchestra will perform two of Elgarís most famous works, his Cello Concerto and Elegy.

    In addition, the audience will be treated to a performance of Dvorakís Symphony No.8 in G Major and Vaughan Williamsí Overture: The Wasps.

    The concert will be conducted by Rory Macdonald, described as ďone of the brightest stars of the younger generation of conductors.Ē

    Tickets are available from www.ticketline.co.uk or from the University of Worcester Arena Reception. Tel: 0844 888 9991 for further information. Prices range from £15 to £28.

  • Open Day

    Saturday, 20 September 2014 - Sunday, 21 September 2014

    Time: 10am - 3pm

    The best way to find out what itís really like to be a student at the University of Worcester is to come along to one of our Open Events. Our Open Events include presentations, displays and tours, but most importantly, youíll have the chance to meet some of our current staff and students.

    Visit the Open Days page to find out more and book your place.

  • Open Day

    Friday, 31 October 2014

    Time: 12pm - 4pm

    The best way to find out what itís really like to be a student at the University of Worcester is to come along to one of our Open Events. Our Open Events include presentations, displays and tours, but most importantly, youíll have the chance to meet some of our current staff and students.

    Visit the Open Days page to find out more and book your place.

  • Open Day

    Saturday, 01 November 2014

    Time: 10am - 3pm

    The best way to find out what itís really like to be a student at the University of Worcester is to come along to one of our Open Events. Our Open Events include presentations, displays and tours, but most importantly, youíll have the chance to meet some of our current staff and students.

    Visit the Open Days page to find out more and book your place.

  • Professorial Lecture Series

    Wednesday, 01 October 2014 - Wednesday, 03 December 2014

    Tickets to these free events are on a 'first come, first served basis' and can be collected from the formation Pod on Level 1 at The Hive or the University of Worcester's main reception in St John's.

    Future events:

    Wednesday 1 October
    Professor Stephen Parker will give his lecture on
    What is religious education and why should it be taught in schools

    Wednesday 5 November
    Professor Howard Cox delivers his lecture on
    Why Austerity Britain Gorged on Magazines: the making of a monopoly in the UK popular magazine industry?

    The final lecture in the series will be delivered by Professor Jean Webb

    Wednesday 3 December
    on Devouring Books: food and fiction for children.

    If you have missed any of the lectures in the series and would like to view them you can click here and, provided your computer has iTunes, you can watch them for free.