From the moment you enrol at UWIC our student services team will be on hand to support you in achieving your goals and help you make the most of your time at the University of Worcester.
Services available to UWIC students
As a UWIC student you will be able to draw upon our support services and our helpful staff will be there to assist you at every stage of your student journey.
As soon as you enrol you will be able to log on to the online student portal, where you can find a store of information to support your studies, including course documentation, lecture timetables, details about extra-curricular activities and library services, and guidance from the University's Students’ Union.
- Academic performance tracking and remedial support intervention
- Accommodation booking (on campus)
- Assistance with assignments
- Disability support*
- English language support
- Enrolment procedures
- Induction and orientation programme to welcome you into life at the college and the university as well as the city of Worcester
- Joining the Students' Union
- Learning support
- Monitoring of attendance
- Registration at the University of Worcester
- Registration at UWIC
- Social activities
- Student welfare
- Study skills support
- Transfer from the airport
*Please note: it is the responsibility of all applicants to UWIC to disclose any disabilities in their application. UWIC does not discriminate against any applicant or student with a disability; however, the College may not be able to offer full support for some disabilities. For more information please contact us on: firstname.lastname@example.org
Extra-curricular activities and opportunities for UWIC students
As a UWIC student you will be able to take full advantage of all the exciting cultural activities and societies as well as the great facilities available at the Students' Union. Located at the heart of the St John’s campus, the Students’ Union building is the hub of student life. Our modern building is an ideal place to relax and chat; stock up on supplies from our campus shop or socialise over lunch. Our bar and coffee house is a place for all students to meet with friends and enjoy a drink, play pool and watch the action on the big screens.
Visit the Worcester Students' Union website for more information.
The University of Worcester is the ideal place to study if you are keen to get involved in sports – as a UWIC student you will be able to access all of the opportunities and world-class facilities available at the University of Worcester
The University’s superb sports facilities are wide-ranging and cater for all different sports and abilities. If you’re studying sports or joining a University club, you will benefit from our state-of-the-art sports spaces, including our floor-sprung studios and gymnasia, floodlit astroturf pitches and extensive playing fields, large dance studios, and the stunning University Arena - the largest venue of its kind in the country.
For those seeking a more leisurely approach to sports, our two fitness suites offer attractive, air-conditioned exercise spaces, as well as massage and sports therapy clinics and advice on nutrition and acupuncture. Our Riverside campus hosts a busy programme of fitness classes from Yoga to Zumba, with many sessions running during the evenings and on weekends.
Sports events in Worcester
Alongside University sports, the city of Worcester has a lively sporting tradition, from Premiership rugby and county cricket to riverboat regattas. Students are an extensive part of Worcester’s sporting community, and there are plenty of opportunities for you to attend some of the most exciting live sports events in the UK.
With the University-owned Worcester Wolves basketball team playing in the top-flight of the BBL league, you can get behind the Wolves and make some noise with the wolfpack at home games at the University Arena on Friday nights. If you can’t make it down to the Arena, you’ll find lots of our basketball and netball matches are covered on Sky Sports.
The University Arena was also the training ground for Great Britain's wheelchair basketball squads as they prepared for the Paralympics in Rio 2016.
"The University of Worcester Arena is not only a fantastic venue to train in, it’s a great place to showcase international competitions."
Sophie Carrigill, Psychology graduate and Great Britain Wheelchair Basketball captain
University sporting achievements
Many of the teams at the University of Worcester compete nationally in British Universities & Colleges Sport (BUCS) leagues, and consistently set new records each year. In 2013, the Ladies’ football club were crowned champions following their success on the pitch at the BUCS Conference Cup, while a member of the American Football team received a prestigious male athlete of the year award.
As one of the first universities to establish a wheelchair basketball team, the University of Worcester strives to encourage and support participation at every level, and offer the country's first sports coaching science degree specialising in disability sport.
We also support students wishing to set up alternative clubs, such as ultimate frisbee, snowsports, trampolining, and horse riding.