“It was the best three years of my life and it is fantastic that the hard work paid off,” said the 21-year-old, from Milton Keynes.
Jordan has aspirations to move in to teaching in the future, but is keeping his mind open at the moment.
“For many years I have wanted to become a secondary school teacher - as I have a real passion for education and inspiring young people. That is certainly something I will look to go into in the future,” he said.
“As for now, who knows what’s around the corner but I’m definitely looking forward to seeing what the future holds.”
In addition to his First, Jordan won an Academic Scholarship Award from the University of Worcester in his second year for achieving outstanding results, and had a successful spell as Stage Manager and Director for Loco Show Co, the University’s musical theatre student society.
“I devised my own show, Man Up, with fellow student Michael Lomas,” he said. “The show sold out both nights and we received a standing ovation at the end of each performance, so overall I feel it was a big success.”
“I chose to study at Worcester because the course was exactly what I was looking for, something that explored all different styles of drama and theatre,” Jordan added.
“From the first Open Day I fell in love with the City and how beautiful it is and I’m so glad to now call it home.”