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University of Worcester

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, safe, 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. With up to 11,000 students on its campuses and a wide variety of courses available the University of Worcester is proud to offer a truly inclusive environment where each and every person counts as an individual. The University concentrates on helping students achieve their potential, and place great importance on combining enduring human values with true professionalism. The University of Worcester consists of 9 academic schools and offers over 200 undergraduate study programmes in areas ranging from Business, Education, Health to Sports, Arts or Science. In 2020 the University of Worcester was shortlisted for the Times Higher Education University of the Year for the second year running and was also awarded for the Outstanding Contribution for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion.

Scholarships and grants

EU students starting their studies at the University of Worcester in September 2022 will continue to be eligible for the same tuition fees as British students – £9,250 per year for the duration of their Bachelor’s studies and £7,440 for their Master’s studies.

No better way to learn than to hear from those that have already been there. How do international students manage the costs of studying and living in the UK? What tips can they offer? How much do they really spend monthly? Hear from the real experts at living in the UK on a student budget.
Anudi Bandara
Anudi Bandara
Anudi is a third year MEng Aeronautical Engineering student at Imperial College London.
Lotta Esselstrom, University of Worcester student
Lotta Esselstrom, University of Worcester student
“Hello everyone! My name is Lotta and I am a 23-year old BSc Biomedical Science student at University of Worcester. I came to study in UK in 2019 which was one of the most amazing decisions I've ever made! With my experiences as an European student in UK, I wish to help other prospective students the best way I can.”
Ekaterina Buryakova, University of Ulster
Ekaterina Buryakova, University of Ulster
João Sá, SOAS University of London
João Sá, SOAS University of London
Brexit? Visa? Healthcare arrangements? Don’t panic! An experienced school counsellor in conversation with a UK university will review and explain the application process and how universities and counsellors can support you, including all new steps for EU students and will clarify any questions you may have.
Tadas Lavickas, Regional Manager, University of Worcester
Tadas Lavickas, Regional Manager, University of Worcester
Tadas joined the University of Worcester as a Sports Business student in 2009. Having completed both his Bachelor’s and then Masters’ at Coventry University, Tadas has worked with University Sport Programme Development, Sport Scholarship Scheme Management and now International Student Recruitment at Worcester.
Kathryn Abell, Student advisor, Edukonexion
Kathryn Abell, Student advisor, Edukonexion
Kathryn Abell is an independent HE counsellor and as the first person in Spain to pass the BC agents' exams, she collaborates regularly with the British Council. Kathryn has been helping Spanish students make successful applications to British universities for the last 10 years and, thanks to having worked with international students at the University of Liverpool, has a sound understanding of UKVI regulations and of the new visa application process.
Participating Universities
Medicine is a very highly competitive field, a tough career for those students with a strong vocation and outstanding grades and qualifications. Many of the best students internationally choose the UK as it is a medical thought leader and a pioneer in the field of medicine and research. The UK offers fully equipped labs, real clinical experience in hospital and community healthcare settings and a myriad of different specialisations. Discover how a degree in Medicine in the UK will make you a good doctor.
Prof. Kay Mohanna
Prof. Kay Mohanna
Professor of Values Based Healthcare Education at University of Worcester
Dr Matthew Cowdock
Dr Matthew Cowdock
University of Sussex
In the UK, you can study Biology, Botany, Zoology, Genetics and more at undergraduate level. In recent years, the sports, recreation and leisure industries have shown continued growth. International success and the growing health agenda has ensured that investment and interest in sport and exercise in the UK continues to increase substantially. With a Biological Science degree, you could end up working in a whole host of sectors, including healthcare, clinical research and environment and agriculture. Come and hear more about your options at this webinar.
Laura Coates
Laura Coates
International Recruitment Officer at Nottingham Trent University
Carl Nelson
Carl Nelson
Principle lecturer Biosciences at Nottingham Trent University
Paul Blakey
Paul Blakey
Senior Lecturer in Sport Management/Development at University or Worcester
Kate Unwin
Kate Unwin
Principal Lecturer in Forensic and Applied Biology at University or Worcester
Elliot McMahon-Thompson
Elliot McMahon-Thompson
Student Recruitment Officer at Stirling University


  • Accounting
Biological sciences
  • Biology
  • Genetics
  • Molecular biology, biophysics, and biochemistry
  • Psychology – take a look at our psychology subject guide
  • Sport and exercise science
Business, management and administrative studies
  • Accounting
  • Business studies
  • Finance
  • Human resource management
  • Management studies
  • Marketing
Computer science
  • Computer science
  • Information systems
Creative arts
  • Cinematics and photography
  • Creative/imaginative writing
  • Dance
  • Design studies
  • Drama
  • Fine art
  • Music
  • Economics
  • Academic studies in education
  • Teacher training
  • English
  • English and creative writing
  • English literature
Film, Cinematics & Photography
  • Film, Cinematics & Photography
Game Design
  • Game Design
  • Geography
Historical and philosophical studies
  • History by area
  • History by period
  • History by topic
  • Journalism
  • English studies
  • Law
  • Marketing
  • MBA
Media studies
  • Media studies
Medicine and allied subjects
  • Anatomy, physiology, and pathology
  • Complementary medicines, therapies, and wellbeing
  • Medicine (general) and clinical
  • Medicine and health studies
  • Nursing
  • Nutrition
  • Midwifery
Molecular biology, biophysics and biochemistry
  • Molecular biology, biophysics and biochemistry
  • Nursing
Paramedic science
  • Paramedic science
Physical sciences
  • Forensic and archaeological sciences
  • Physical geographical sciences
Physiology, physiotherapy and pathology
  • Physiology, physiotherapy and pathology
  • Politics
  • Applied psychology
  • Child psychology
  • Clinical psychology
  • Developmental psychology
  • Educational psychology
Social studies
  • Criminology
  • Economics
  • Human and social geography
  • Politics
  • Social work
  • Sociology
Social work
  • Social work
  • Sport
  • Teaching



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