Our Applicant Days are for you if you have already applied to study with us.
They are designed to help you:
- Find out more about your chosen course
- Meet our friendly and approachable tutors
- Explore the campus with the help of our student guides
- Find out the answers to any questions you may have about your application, the University and its courses
Applicant Days are a great way to get a head start on making some friends and getting a feel for the campus.
Applicant Days are designed to assist you in making your decision about Firm and Insurance offers. Many Applicant Days offer subject specific workshops, giving you the chance to experience the course first hand, meet lecturers and say hello to other students that you might be studying with.
We hold Applicant Days between January and April for most of our undergraduate courses, including some specialist days. You only need to attend one Applicant Day. If possible please attend an institute specific day suitable for your chosen course, but information for all courses will be available on the general Applicant Day.
If you are applying for a joint honours degree which spans two institutes you may find it more convenient to attend the general University Applicant Day.
If you have been made an offer to study at the University of Worcester you will receive an email including a link to the online booking system.
Applicant Day dates
- 5 March, 11am-3pm - Download the programme [PDF]
Institute of Education (non-teacher training courses)
- 5 March - Download the programme [PDF]
Institute of Humanities and Creative Arts
- 20 February - Download the programme [PDF]
General Applicant Day
- 4 April - Download the programme [PDF]
University of Worcester
Tips for making the most of your day:
Coming to university is about more than just life on campus. Venture into Worcester itself to see the bigger picture.
Make sure you take a campus tour so that you can see the facilities for yourself. Don’t forget the accommodation if you’re thinking about living in Halls.
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