Students Union president Meg Price has all the information on the Students Union and the work they do: Hi everyone! Whilst at University you’ll have lots of opportunities to get involved with activities outside of […]
Recent Graduate Emma Gregory gives us the low down on Sport’s Therapy BSc and the career options her degree can offer: What is Sports Therapy and where will it take me? The Society of Sports […]
As a first year student at Worcester, there has been a lot of things that have already made my university experience amazing. This includes joining the University Netball Club with its core values of #oneHEART.
The fastest racket sport in the world, with a whole encyclopedia of shots, tactics and methods is a wonderful form of exercise. Here, at Worcester, our social goal is “creating the next generation of superstars”; regardless of your ability, there’s always room for you.
Kelly is back, everyone! Here’s what she was up during Worcester Week, last week.
Hello again! What a busy month – graduation happened recently, but for current students like me, that week was actually a really busy week! Never mind reading week, it was sporting Worcester week!
I am normally a very happy energetic person, but one thing that really makes me sad is that I am no longer part of a sports society, having finished university.
There were so many factors I had to think about when I was looking to apply for university.