Over the past seven years, the number of people applying to study at Worcester has increased seven times faster than the national average. Factors include highly relevant, professional courses, an outstanding record of graduate employment and a beautiful setting in historic Worcester.
80% of students here are undergraduates, who benefit from a recent £100m investment programme to provide for new, improved and refurbished facilities. The university recruits many more disabled students than the national average. The Hive, Britain’s first joint public and university library opened in 2012.
- Average graduate salary £19,100
- Students in work/study 92%
- Student union satisfaction 69%
- Total students 10,695
- Overseas students 805
- Disability 10%
Typical annual cost of university/college accommodation: £4,056 - £4,797
Typical annual cost of private accommodation: £2,898 - £3,948