City Campus Facilities

Our beautiful, historic, City Campus is located right in the heart of Worcester.
An aloft view of the City Campus

It is an easy walk from our St John’s Campus – connected by footpaths, cycle routes and public transport - and across the river from our Severn Campus.

Students will find themselves surrounded by history of both local and national significance.  Opened in 2010, the main Georgian building is the former Worcester Royal Infirmary, dating back to 1771, where the British Medical Association was founded in 1832.

A short walk under the railway arches sits our award-winning £60 million library and study space, The Hive.

For more information on Bike Storage, Travel locations and Useful Maps please see the Campus Location Pages.


Leisure facilities include the McClelland Health and Wellbeing Centre, which offers a gym, and therapy and treatment rooms, and a 24/7 internet café.  There is also the Infirmary Medical Museum with fascinating stories of the building’s former life.

Business School

The University of Worcester's City Campus

Housed in the former Royal Infirmary, you can immerse yourself in a real world business environment at Worcester Business School.  Featuring open-plan, flexible learning spaces, interconnected with boardrooms and meeting rooms, it is also used as a resource by businesses.  It provides computers, a purpose-built entertainment room and social learning spaces for students to meet, study and chat while accessing learning technologies.

Jenny Lind

The Jenny Lind building, located a short walk from the Business School is a hub for students studying on Law courses. Our purpose built courtroom and specialist teaching facilities opened its doors to students in 2016. The moot Court Room and Jury room are fully accessible, in line with our inclusive ethos.

The Jenny Lind building also provides a home for our international centre and our Graduate Research School.

Art House

The outside of the University of Worcester's Art House building

The Art House is an exciting new facility providing a home for students studying across a range of Arts-related courses. Located in one of the City’s most recognisable buildings, with its distinctive clock tower, the Art House provides light, airy spaces for getting creative.  It will also act as a fantastic public exhibition space.

Living on Campus

There are two halls of residence located on our City Campus, providing high quality, modern living with the city centre on your doorstep.