Tracking your application
Once you’ve completed your application you can use the tracking service on the UCAS website called UCAS Track to keep up-to-date with your progress and reply to your offers.
Provided that you submitted your application to UCAS by 15 January, you should expect to receive all offers of study by 31 March (but it can sometimes take longer than this). UCAS will email you to advise if there has been a change to your application and ask you to check UCAS Track.
If you haven't provided a valid email address UCAS will send you a letter asking you to reply to the offers.
Our response to your application
All applications to the University of Worcester are carefully considered and we will either decide to: invite to interview; make you an Unconditional offer; make you a Conditional offer; or regretfully reject your application.
Interviews and visits to the University
Some subject areas may invite applicants to interview before an offer is made. Read our Interview Advice page for hints and tips on how to make the most of your interview. Don't forget that the interview is as much your chance to find out the information you need from us, as it is our opportunity to find out more about you.
Every applicant will also have the opportunity to attend one of our Applicant Days. Applicant Days are the perfect way to find out more about your chosen course and its lecturers, as well as have a chance to explore our campuses. See our Applicant Days page to find out more.
Read our Find us pages for more information on travelling to our campuses.
Disability and dyslexia information
If you have a disability or dyslexia please visit the web pages of our Disability and Dyslexia Service to find relevant to find support information and contact details at the University of Worcester.
What happens next?
Read our Information for offer holders page for more details on how we will consider your application and what to do when we respond.