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!