About the institution
The University of Worcester gained university status in 2005. The university has an ‘earn as you learn’ scheme, focusing on giving students the opportunity to complete part-time work experience while studying. Facilities include the 2,000-seat University of Worcester Arena, used by both students and elite athletes; The Hive, the UK’s first joint university and public library; and the National Pollen and Aerobiology Research Unit, which assists the Met Office in producing the pollen forecast.
Courses and subject guides
Interested in studying at Worcester? See the courses and modules on offer at the University of Worcester on their website.
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