Key information about Worcester                                                           

Total student population: 10,000+

International student population: 840 students (EU and Non-EU)

Total number of South Asian students: 20


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Index Education Services
6F-2, No 216, Section 1, Hoping East Road
Taipei City

Email: indextpe@ms42.hinet.net

Entry requirements

Please use the information below as a guide. Other qualifications, such as work experience, may also be taken into consideration in addition to the requirements listed below and all applications will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Higher National Diploma (HND) or Foundation (FdA/FdSc) courses may ask for a lower grade and some specialist BA/BSc courses may have a higher requirement. Specific course requirements can be found on individual course pages.

Candidates with other qualifications should contact the International Recruitment Office with full details on international@worc.ac.uk, in order to check their eligibility.

Undergraduate (courses requiring a UCAS tariff range of 96-112)Postgraduate

Applicants with the Senior High School Certificate combined with a successfully completed and recognised International Foundation Programme and an IELTS of 6.0 (with no less than 5.5 in each component) will be considered for admission to our Undergraduate degree courses.

Other equivalent English qualifications will be considered.

Pass the Taiwanese Bachelor degree (4 years) with a minimum of 70%, with a minimum IELTS of 6.5 (with no less than 5.5 in any component) or equivalent.

Other equivalent English qualifications will be considered.

Student views


We have a good number of South East Asian students, joining our International Community every year. Please read what one of our current Taiwanese students has to say about Worcester.

Ming Yi Chen

asian woman with reddish hair and wearing a dark top

Marketing Management MSc


Instead of staying in other main cities in England, the City of Worcester was much more suitable for my postgraduate learning and deeply experiencing the British lifestyle. In the beginning, I always worried that my English speaking was not good enough to live and study here, especially with the British accent. Actually the British here were very friendly and willing to help me.

As a student at the Worcester Business School, I found that it was totally different from studying in Taiwan, the tutors provided lots of opportunities to let us express our viewpoints and the students were active to share opinions with each other. In class, I could absorb many experiences from other international students. Furthermore, when I met difficulties with my study, I would go to the Centre for Academic English and Skills and ask for help.

Unlike other universities, there are many more students from countries other than China here, and it provided many chances to improve my English speaking and come in contact with various cultures from other countries.

The International Centre hold lots of social events for International students, and it made it easier for me to make friends with other students.

The Campus provides every facility we need like The Hive - the first joint university-public library in Europe, Students’ Union and the outstanding gym. There are also several student restaurants and Starbucks Café in the campus. After class, I really enjoyed picnic on the green areas with my classmates or had a cup of Starbucks coffee in the bright Students’ Union.

No matter any problem I met, the tutors and staff were always willing to give me the great help. Studying here might be the most precious experience in my life.