The University of Worcester has been ranked in the top 25 of UK universities and colleges in 7 categories of the WhatUni Student Choice Awards.
Worcester scored highly across the board in the awards with its best ever performance. The Awards polled over 41,000 students from 150 higher and further education institutions about how they had found their studying experience.
Students placed Worcester in the top 25 in 7 categories, including:
- University of the Year (23rd)
- International Student Experience (5th)
- Postgraduate Experience (8th)
- Students’ Union (13th)
- Student Support (19th)
- University Facilities (20th)
- Local Life (24th)
The University was also ranked 26th for Job Prospects and 32nd for Societies and Sports.
These stellar results across such a broad base delighted Professor David Green CBE, the University’s Vice Chancellor and Chief Executive who said: “Thanks to excellent work by staff and students across the whole university, Worcester has earned a terrific reputation as one of the best universities for students in the UK. Our graduates are consistently ranked in the top 10 for sustained employment, while our student support wins accolade after accolade. Worcester has also been rated one of the top universities for social mobility as well as one of the very best to reflect society as a whole.”
The University of Worcester is currently in the top three in the UK for Quality Education and is number one in the UK for Gender Equality in the latest Times Higher Education global University Impact Rankings. Worcester was also named the Country’s most sustainable in the Green Gown Award 2019 and was Highly Commended in the international awards.