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  1. A forward-looking college with respect, excellence and community at its heart. At Worcester, you’ll find a place to make your own.

  2. Worcester College (/ ˈ w ʊ s t ər / ⓘ WUUST-ər) is one of the constituent colleges of the University of Oxford in England. The college was founded in 1714 by the benefaction of Sir Thomas Cookes, 2nd Baronet (1648–1701) of Norgrove, Worcestershire, whose coat of arms was adopted by the college.

  3. El Worcester College es uno de los colleges que constituyen la Universidad de Oxford en Inglaterra. Su predecesor fue una institución de aprendizaje desde finales del siglo XIII, aunque el actual college no se fundó hasta el siglo XVIII. En 2006, el Worcester tuvo un presupuesto estimado en 32 millones de libras. [1]

  4. Worcester College is a supportive and positive community, where every student is encouraged to achieve their potential. From our beautiful gardens and on-site sports pitches to our well-stocked libraries and dedicated academic support, this is a place where you’ll feel right at home.

  5. Teaching & Learning. Our stunning grounds include over 26 acres of award-winning gardens, a lake (with ducks), and the only college with sports pitches on site. Plus, the city centre is right on our doorstep. Gardens & Grounds.

  6. Worcester College aims to provide a friendly and supportive academic and social environment where every member can thrive. In addition to a wide range of support systems, Worcester offers excellent facilities for sport as well as strong musical and theatrical traditions.

  7. How to apply. Worcester College offers around 90 graduate places each year across a wide range of taught courses and research programmes. We hope you’ll join our international community of graduate students based here at Worcester.