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Locations: Worcester, The United Kingdom
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The University of Worcester was founded in 1946 and at the time was an Emergency Teacher Training College in response to the aftermath of World War II. In the 1970s the institution became known as Worcester College of Higher Education. 1992 saw the validation of the college’s degree courses through an agreement with Coventry University, 1995 saw Herefordshire and Worcestershire College of Nursing and Midwifery become part of the Worcester College of Higher Education, in 1997 the Privy Council granted degree-awarding powers to the institution which subsequently assumed the title of University College Worcester, and in 2005 UCW achieved complete university status and took its current name as University of Worcester.Show more

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  • Business and ...
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    University of Worcester, BA Business Management student

    I have thoroughly enjoyed studying BA Business Management at the University of Worcester. There is plenty of support available, a wide range of books and journals available in the library and online for students to access. Tutors for the course are amazing in the way they deliver the information and support students. My classes were just the right size so that everyone could engage in class discussions and group work. I excelled my expectations with grades thanks to my tutors’ help and the content they deliver. Overall, my experience was fantastic and I can only recommend this course.

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    Programme: Business and Management
    Degree: Bachelor's
    Graduation: 2020
    Campus: Worcester
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  • Media, Culture ...
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    Demi
    A fantasitc place to meet new people and to watch the University grow

    This is an honest and down to earth University, set in the scenic surroundings of Worcester and all that it has to offer. It is not far from the town centre and surrounding parks and spaces to visit. The people you meet in class and the professors that teach you are so kind and never judge you, they are there to help you every step of the way, but not hold your hand through your whole university experience. The student union put on many charity events and weekly events for those wanting a decent time on a budget. Above all, they listen to any insights you have on making the SU a better place for all. The university campuses are very accessible and wheelchair accessible. This means that any of your friends and family can visit and tour with you around the campus. They have many benefits available to you here, such as 10 pounds a year for printing and 100 pounds in your first year on JohnSmith.co.uk that supplies stationery, to technology here.

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    Programme: Media, Culture and Sociology
    Degree: Master's
    Graduation: 2019
    Campus: Worcester
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  • English Literature
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    Excellent Teaching and Support at the University Of Worcester

    I have very high regard for the University, so much so that I will be studying my PGCE in Secondary English there, after graduating in BA Hons English Literature this academic year. The teaching and support was amazing, alongside a variety of events and career opportunities.

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    Programme: English Literature
    Degree: Bachelor's
    Graduation: 2000
    Campus: Worcester
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  • Physiotherapy
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    My First Year at Worcester University

    I am a first year Physiotherapy student at the University of Worcester and I have loved my time there so far! One of the main reasons which I chose Worcester is because of the safe and homely feel that both the university and the town give me. One of my friends once compared Worcester to a “Sunday morning” and I couldn’t have described the relaxed atmosphere in a better way. Onsite security and free buses from the town on student nights mean that I have always felt reassured and safe on campus and in town, particularly after late student nights. The university for me has a strong community feel due to the smaller class sizes, which means that I am able to get more support from my lecturers and tutors when I need it, compared to larger universities where I feel like people can get lost in larger class numbers. I am involved in one of the sports societies at the university and I have been impressed with the amazing facilities that are available. The specialist sports centre, known as the Hub, is a 5 minute walk from the main campus and not only has a state of the art sports hall and S

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    Programme: Physiotherapy
    Degree: Bachelor's
    Campus: Worcester
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  • Adult Nursing
    Lauren
    Loved every minute of my time at Worcester!

    I have recently completed my nursing degree at the University of Worcester and can honestly say I loved every minute of my time there. The uni itself is a bright and modern space with many facilities on campus, for example, a cafe, Starbucks, Costa, student union, a campus shop, lots of computers, student services, academic writing support etc. The main thing I liked the most about Worcester was the sheer amount of support I received over my three years of nurse training. I went through many tough times both academically and in my personal life and there was always someone there to give me help and support from my personal tutor to student services. The university also has a library on a separate campus not too far away (within walking distance) called the Hive which is a purpose-built university and public library. There are hundreds of computers to use and the variety of books on offer is huge. I always used to go here to do any work as there were quiet areas too. I can’t comment on the accommodation as I lived at home whilst studying, but I have heard good things about the accommodation. In terms of nursing, the university has a small building on the main campus site which is dedicated to nursing and other health courses as it has mannequins where skills can be practised safely in small groups. All the nursing lecturers were amazing, so knowledgeable and approachable. If I want to do a postgraduate course in the future, I will definitely be returning to Worcester. I’m so sad to leave as it has really been the time of my life!

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    Programme: Adult Nursing
    Graduation: 2018
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