About University of Worcester
Many students come to the University of Worcester for our excellent teaching record and small class sizes. Others come to use our state-of-the-art facilities. Some come here to experience our idyllic, yet exciting city, or our beautiful parkland campus. Some come for the friendly community atmosphere we've created and enjoyed, or our first-rate student support. As well as this, most will come for our vast array of specialised and highly flexible courses.
Whatever your reason for choosing Worcester, we offer an excellent environment in which to study and the high quality teaching you need to get the most from your studies. You’ll be a part of a truly international student and staff community in a traditional British setting!
Why the University of Worcester?
• 97% of our graduates go into work or education within six months of graduating – above the national average.
• Scholarships range from £1000-£3000 for each year of your studies.
• We have invested £150 million on facilities that would help students across their studies, including the award-winning Hive library.
• 10th for student experience and 16th for teaching quality (Times Good University Guide 2021).
• Worcester has been shortlisted three times as the Times Higher Education’s University of the Year – in 2016, 2019 and 2020.
• More than 85% of Worcester final year students said they were satisfied overall, above the national average. Fourteen courses received 100% satisfaction.
• We want to make you feel a part of our community all the way through your experience, so we make sure you are supported right from the moment you decide to study with us.
St John's Campus -b The University was founded on our St John’s Campus more than 70 years ago. Located in the friendly residential community of St John’s, nearby to shops and pubs, it is an easy walk to the city centre, with excellent transport links.
City Campus - Our beautiful, historic, City Campus is located right in the heart of Worcester. This is where you can find the Worcester Business School, our School of Law, and the Art House.
Severn Campus - Situated between the St John's Campus and the City Campus, the Severn Campus is home to the University Arena, the Riverside building and The Garage art studios.
A Student City
One in ten people who live in Worcester is a student. This means the city is primed for engaging activities, student discounts and places to socialise. Renowned for its captivating history and colourful culture, the city centre is brimming with riverside cafes and stylish shops. Worcester offers all the benefits of a big city combined with the community spirit and safety of a smaller town.
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