With a history dating back to 1946, Worcester has established a reputation for world-class teaching and practical, purposeful research.
We’re a vibrant, forward-looking university, well known for the quality of our degrees with employers actively seeking out our graduates.
The University is a truly inclusive place where every person counts as an individual. From designing imaginative facilities to providing practical support and tailored learning, we strive to help people of all backgrounds and abilities to achieve their own rich potential. We work hard to break down barriers and provide opportunities for all.
Reflecting the professional and practice-based strengths of several of its academic institutes, the University has a strong focus on applied research. Designed to shape and influence the practice of teachers, health professionals, coaches and managers.
The University is also engaged in curiosity driven research in areas such as Plant Science, History and English Literature, although in these areas too, there is an emphasis on how this research can ultimately have real world impact.
An inspiring future: at Worcester you’ll find a positive and enthusiastic community of people working as academic, research and professional staff.
The Global Student Satisfaction Awards empower students across the globe to determine the best universities of 2019. By rating institutions on a scale from 1 to 5, on multiple studies-related questions, we found the top educators in the world.Learn more about the Global Student Satisfaction Awards
Our International Department has 3 areas that offer you support throughout your journey.
The International Recruitment department is the first point of contact when you are enquiring about a course at the University of Worcester. They provide you with information about the university and what it actually means for you to come here as an international student.
The International Experience is the department that supports you across your time at the university.
The Language Centre is another part of the International department, and it is the one that runs Pre-sessional English courses for improvement before your lectures start.
Finding the right student accommodation is key to your university experience. Our welcoming halls are great places to live, study and embrace student life.
With over 1,000 single-occupancy rooms across our campuses, we offer contemporary accommodation to suit a variety of budgets and needs.
All university-managed halls operate 24-hour security, 24-hour emergency maintenance, free contents insurance, and cleaning of communal areas.
With over a quarter of a million books and 12 miles of archive collections, The Hive is no ordinary library. Opened by Her Majesty the Queen in 2012, The Hive is Europe’s first fully integrated university and public library. It has a busy events programme, with regular public lectures, exhibitions and performances.
The University has three main sites: St John's Campus, City Campus and Severn Campus as well as the nearby Lakeside Campus.
The St John’s and City Campus are a pleasant 20 minute walk from each other, with the Severn Campus conveniently situated between the two.
St John’s Campus is the largest campus while the City Campus is home to The Hive, the University’s £60 million pound award winning library, and the Severn Campus is home to the University Arena, Britain’s first major indoor sports arena specially constructed to meet the needs of wheelchair as well as able bodied athletes.
Sports students can take advantage of the award-winning University of Worcester Arena – an internationally acclaimed 2,000 seat venue, physiology labs, performance analysis suites and a 3D motion capture laboratory, to get hands on with a range of skills within their discipline that link directly in to future careers.
Worcester Students’ Union is the social heart of the University, with a huge range of clubs, societies and volunteering opportunities.
Located at the centre of the St John’s campus, the modern Students’ Union building is an ideal place to relax and chat; stock up on supplies from our campus shop or socialise over lunch. The 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.
As soon as you register for a course at the University you automatically become a member of this student-run, democratic organisation.
Overall I am currently studying psychology and fine art as a (BA HONS) at the university of Worcester. I have completed my first year going onto my second year. This first year has introduced me to psychology and fine art and has given me experience, however as a first time student we should of been given extra support and help. The university is a good university however...
The biggest issue was the bridge between the english program and the francophone system as I am a francophone speaker.Thi degree is really useful for me as it enable me to jump into the world of business having technical knowledges.
University provides really good facilities and program. It has a proper surrounding, both city campus and st johns campus are not so far to each other, the same as town centre.