The University of Worcester has a established reputation for world-class teaching and practical, purposeful research. The Univeristy is a vibrant, forward-looking university, well known for the quality of our degrees with employers actively seeking out our graduates.
Worcester is organised into six academic institutes: Institute of Science and the Environment, Institute of Humanities and Creative Arts, Worcester Business School, Institute of Education, Institute of Health and Society, Institute of Sport and Exercise Science.
The University of Worcester has been ranked by the Times Higher Education guide as 81th in the UK for 2011/12.
- The university of Worcester includes eight national research centres: The Centre for Rural Research,The International Centre for Children’s Literature, Literacy and Creativity, The Motion Performance Centre, The Centre for People @ Work, The Centre for Applied Health Research, The Association for Dementia Studies, The Centre for Ethical Leadership
- Worcester is the first university in England to receive a Gold EcoCampus Award for the whole organisation
- Has over 10,000 students between Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses
Recognised local degrees