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Study at the University of Worcester

The University of Worcester is a community where students love to live and learn. Whatever walk of life you come from, Worcester provides an active, friendly, and supportive environment in which to grow and learn. We are a campus University based in the charming city of Worcester - where lively city culture and idyllic rural beauty combine to offer the best of both worlds.

University of Worcester City CampusInvesting in inspiration

With over £150 million invested in the University over the last few years, Worcester is home to a whole host of exceptional facilities. From cutting edge clinical suites and inspiring art studios to future focused science laboratories, you will learn in a modern, stimulating environment.

Teaching real world skills

Our teaching focuses on experiential learning, putting research in practice and allowing students to apply what they learn. Many of our academic staff are practitioners themselves, bringing practical experience and real world knowledge to pass on to their students.

Supporting you

We will give you all the support you need to fulfil your potential. You'll have your own personal academic tutor to guide you through your studies, as well as access to an extensive earn as you learn scheme and a dedicated point of advice and support for students in ‘firstpoint’.

Making a difference

Education has the power to change lives. Our wide range of flexible and innovative courses span both traditional and specialist subject areas. From nursing, midwifery and teaching through to disability sports coaching, forensic psychology and dementia studies, many of our courses are built to ensure our students go on to make a real difference to people’s lives.

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Worcester. A place to belong. A place to discover your potential. A place to be inspired for life.

I think it's great how the University has grown - from the Riverside building to all the other developments that are continuously going on. The atmosphere is very friendly!

Marija Kelbauskaite, 2nd year student