University of Worcester
- Undergraduate Students
- Postgraduate Students
- International Students
- If students apply to study at Worcester by the relevant deadline and apply for accommodation before required date, they are guaranteed a place in university-managed accommodation. Places are allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. Students can apply for accommodation no matter where they live.
- There are halls to suit every budget and need, with accommodation on both St John's and City campuses as well as additional university managed accommodation in the city centre within walking distance of all the university's main sites. Self-catering facilities are available.
- All halls of residence benefit from free Internet access, gym membership and contents insurance; no extra charges for gas, electricity and water; 24-hour security and emergency maintenance; welfare support, and an accommodation team who provide advice, help and support throughout a student's time at university.
- All tenancies run for a standard term of 39 weeks although the university will accommodate students for longer if their course demands.
The following are the typical annual course fees for postgraduate students submitted to us by the university (Reddin Survey of University Tuition Fees 2016–2017):
|Type of Course||Taught Postgraduate|
Bursaries and Scholarships
- Please refer to the university website for details.
The university offers a range of MPhil and PhDs, including in: Archaeology, Art & Design, Biochemistry, Biology, Business, Computing, Criminology, Dementia Studies, Drama, Education, English, Geography, Health, History, Psychology, Social Work and Sport.
What do Postgraduate Students Study?
1,593 postgraduate students in 2015–16:
Mode of study
- Full Time 36%
- Part Time 64%
- UK 94%
- EU 3%
- Other 4%
Numbers of Students by Subject Area
|Subjects allied to medicine||5||190||190|
|Business & administrative studies||5||140||150|
|Agriculture & related subjects||0||5||5|
|Creative arts & design||0||5||5|
Figures are rounded to the nearest five.