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Key information about Worcester

Total student population: 10,000+

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




Scholarships for your country

Students are entitled to the following scholarships:

International Scholarship Criteria

International (Non-EU) students are eligible to apply for scholarships up to £2000 each. The University Scholarship Committee will assess the candidates' applications based on their academic merits and award the best ones who match the criteria. For full details, please visit International Student Scholarships.


Entry Requirements

Entry Requirements

English qualifications:

International students are usually required to provide evidence of their ability in the English language.


Undergraduate courses require a minimum IELTS of 6.0, Pearson 51 or Cambridge Advanced C.


Postgraduate courses require a minimum IELTS of 6.5, Pearson 59 or Cambridge Advanced B.

Other equivalent English qualifications will be considered.

Academic Qualifications:

Feel free to check your qualification with the International Centre. Please contact us at:

Local Representives

South Korea

For specific information about Worcester representatives in your region, please contact:

International Recruitment Office
Jenny Lind Building - (Room JL 2026)
University of Worcester

Telephone: +44 (0)1905 542640

Student views

Yonghyun Yun

A picture of Yonghyun Yun, a Korean student

I chose to study at the University of Worcester because I was looking for a university that could provide me with support in continuing my studies. When I had the interview at the University of Worcester they gave me the confidence I needed.

The course I am studying is MA Creative Digital Media which covers both creative and research work. I wanted to further my studies in the area of Creative and New Media which is the main reason I chose this course.

The main thing I enjoy about studying here is being able to share and discuss what I was studying with other people on my course. The study environment here makes it better to have discussions, and work independently; this is something that is different about UK universities in comparison to South Korea.

It was very easy to make friends; I made many new friends as soon as term started. They have all been very kind and sociable. My friends have helped me a lot, especially for lectures and studying. My friends have also helped me experience British culture and I have created amazing memories.

It was also very easy to find a part-time job within Worcester, which has provided me with new experiences and responsibilities.

The main thing I like about the city of Worcester is the long history and the fact that there are beautiful views. I was taken in by the way the city expresses British life.