The University of Worcester’s ranking is a major focus for students who want to earn a degree there.
The University of Worcester dates back to its history in 1946 when the University of Birmingham was founded as Worcester Emergency Teacher Training College. It was renamed Worcester Teacher Training College in 1976, then Worcester College of Higher Education in 1976, and in 2005 received full university status. It is the only university situated in the counties of Herfordshire and Worcestershire.
The Hive, Worcester
A joint project between the University of Worcester and the Worcestershire County Council, Hive is one of the most unique library buildings in the country.
In the year 2012, Her Majesty the Queen opened the library. It is a unique library with more than a quarter of a million books and 12 million archival collections. It is the first fully integrated university and public library in Europe, with a great space for students to read, use resources and share experiences.
Sports at the University of Worcester in the UK
The institution has proven excellence in sports. It features British Basketball League professionals – Worcester Wolves, the league-winning Worcester All-Stars Football team, and Worcester Royals, the American football team.
Notable alumni include former English women’s rugby captain Joe Japp, Bollywood actress and former Indian beauty Svarop Sampat, and politician Jacques Smith.
UK National Rankings
The Times University Guide
The University of Worcester ranked 101st in the UK, according to the latest edition of the Times University Guide. The institution continues to excel in psychology, teacher education, nursing and obstetrics, and sports using the recently opened 2,000-seat stadium.
The Guardian University Guide 2022
According to the latest edition of the Guardian University Guide, Worcester University is ranked 87th in the UK. More than 10,000 undergraduate, postgraduate and part-time students are studying, making it one of the fastest-growing universities in the UK.
Of its total students, 5.4 percent are international students outside the European Union and 94.6 percent are from ethnic minorities.
The Times Higher Education Global University Ranking
For the third year in a row, Worcester University has been ranked among the top three universities in the UK for Quality Education, according to the prestigious Times Higher Education’s Global University Impact Rating.
Worcester also ranks eighth in the UK in terms of ‘zero hunger’, as well as first in the UK, second in the UK, and ninth in the world in terms of gender equality, making it an internationally agreed-upon Sustainable Sustainability of universities around the world. emphasizes its contribution to achieving development goals (SDGs). ), Adopted by the United Nations in the year 2016.
In this year’s ranking, there were 1,115 universities from 94 countries/regions around the world, and Worcester received an overall 20 percent rating.
The University of Worcester was shortlisted for the University of the Year nomination in November 2020 after receiving its first award from the Times Higher Education for its tremendous contribution to equality, diversity, and inclusion.
In 2019, Worcester won the Green Gown Award for Institute of Sustainability of the Year, and in 2021 won another award for Total Reporting. Worcester won first-class honorary titles in the 2019 People’s and Planet University League, and that win continued for more than 10 years.
UK Subject Rankings
The Complete University Guide Ranking 2022
The University of Worcester’s UK subject rankings are given below:
76th rank in Management and Business Studies
76th rank in Finance and Accounting
74th rank in Media Studies and Communication
84th rank in Computer Science
90 rank in Law
44 rank in Education
62 rank in Nursing
51 rank in Marketing
77 rank in Sociology
44 rank in Sports Science
97 rank in Design and Art
57 rank in Biological Sciences
41 rank in Psychotherapy, Counselling, and Occupational Therapy
96 rank in Dance, Drama, and Cinematics
41 rank in Creative Writing