Asli is currently a third-year Physiotherapy BSc (Hons) student at the University of Worcester. In this blog, she will share five unexpected things about studying Physiotherapy at UoW.
The modules taught within a degree change periodically and the assignments within them differ each year. The most up-to-date information is available to you once you have accepted a place and registered on a course. […]
So, is it possible to combine studying and part-time work at University? Well, it all depends on your time management, but my answer is absolutely yes! I do understand that finding a job in a […]
Debbie Andrews is a mature Business, Economics and Finance student. In this blog she talks about her concerns about retraining, her new found skills and her experiences at the Uni: UCAS define a mature student […]
Wondering what our societies get up to? Lucy, Chair of Loco Show Co, one of our Musical Theatre Societies, is here to tell you about ‘Students Saving our Theatres” and how they’re working on to […]
This post was published on 28th May 2020 Any references to self-isolation, travel or meeting others was accurate at the time of writing but the guidance may have changed since. Please always refer to the latest […]
Elly Datson, A Touring Theatre Mtheatre student at the University of Worcester talks us through the common misconceptions about her degree: So it normally goes something like this: “What are you studying?” “Touring Theatre” “What?” […]
The University of Worcester is committed to sustainability, and was named Sustainability Institution of the Year at the Green Gown Awards in 2019! Student Blogger and Sustainability Ambassador, Claudia Gutierrez, talks us through her top tips […]