The University of Worcester is a vibrant, forward-looking university, well known for employers actively seeking out our graduates. In the Government-published Longitudinal Education Outcomes data (2017), Worcester was revealed as having one of the best records of sustained graduate employment in the country. According to the data available on LEO 2017, 97% of Worcester graduates are in work within 6 months from graduation with an average salary of £23,703.
The University of Worcester also excels in academic excellence. It has been awarded a silver rating in the first-ever national Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF). The assessors, who inspected the educational results for every university in England, found that Worcester “delivers high-quality teaching, learning and outcomes for its students” and “consistently exceeds rigorous national quality requirements for UK higher education”. It has also recently ranked 15th for teaching quality in Times Good University Guide.
Moreover, the University has a strong international community with around 11,000 students from 75 countries. It is large enough to offer a range of courses but small enough to care for every student personally. It is a truly inclusive university where each and every person counts as an individual. As of result of its personal approach, the University of Worcester has been shortlisted as a University for outstanding student support. It’s, therefore, suitable for those who want to experience a traditional British way of life but need friendly support and guidance they can offer.