At the University of Worcester we're proud of our graduates and their outstanding employability.
Earn as you Learn
Part-time or holiday work has become an integral part of university life for many students. We actively promote earn as you learn prospects for our students, particularly through our successful Student Ambassador Scheme.
Access to Sports
Our excellent sporting facilities combined with the modular nature of our courses make it easy for our students to gain experience of a huge range of sports, including disability sports, at every skill level.
School and Colleges Outreach
Choosing the right course of study with the right institution can be as complex as it is exciting. Our Schools and Colleges Outreach team is committed to providing the best possible information about attending university.
We believe that experience and course placements can add real value to your qualification. We work closely with local businesses, including schools and hospitals, to ensure that our students' placements give them the ideal foundation for a great career.
Personal Academic Tutoring
Our Personal Academic Tutoring Scheme will help you to become a successful member of the University community and make the transition into higher education.
The brand new City Campus offers state-of-the-art facilities in beautiful historic buildings – all within easy walking distance of the St John’s Campus.
City of Worcester
Plenty of student-friendly shops, restaurants and bars create an inviting, relaxed atmosphere.
First class facilities
Constant investment in facilities has seen the opening of brand new science labs, Halls of Residence and an art studio. Our new Library, The Hive, is the first of its kind in Britain.
Location location location
Worcester is an ideal place to study: a university city with a central location and good value for money.
My new home
Living with other students is part of the university experience. You’ll meet people from every corner of the country – and some will become your closest friends for years to come.
The newly renovated Students’ Union is the social heart of the campus. With over 40 clubs and societies, there’s always something going on.
The University has a reputation for supporting talented athletes. Both students and staff from Worcester played for the England Blind Football team in the Beijing Paralympics and made it through to the semi finals if this year’s Blind Football World Cup.
Chloe Murdoch talks about the Art Studios at the University of Worcester