University of Worcester
Since 2005, the University has expanded greatly and acquired many new sites across the city of Worcester. Its long term strategy includes building joint community and University facilities, and expanding to a 2nd and then 3rd campus. The campuses include, St. John’s campus, City Campus, and will soon be developing their third campus on Grove Farm. Its main campus is in the St John’s area of Worcester and in the heart of the city, and all of Worcester’s attractions are just a few minutes’ walk from there. The Student population is just under 10,000 and the adminstration staff includes over 400 people.
For more information on the city of Worcester and the University Services check out the link:
Below is a link to some FAQ for the University:
University of Worcestor offers a wide variety of courses and undergraduate programs, some of them included below:
Applied Health Sciences
Art and Design
Child & Adolescent Mental Health
Computer Games Design & Development
Creative Digital Media
Drama and Performance
Early Childhood Studies
Youth and Community Studies
For the full list of courses offered:
Semester 1 (Brock’s Fall Term) -- 19th September 2011 – 13th January 2012
Semester 2 (Brock’s Winter Term) -- 30th January 2012 – 8th June 2012
If you're looking for accommodation with a bit more of a family feel, they have a small number of Worcester families who let rooms to students.
The University works closely with private landlords and Worcester City Council to ensure all student shared houses are accredited and offer good standards.
For independence, Worcester has plenty of good, reasonably priced accommodations, houses or flats, which is close to the University. As a student off campus you still have access to the same facilities as students living on campus, including the support of the Accommodation Team and Student Experience Team to help you with any queries that might arise.
For off-campus living, click below for important information: