Discover Worcester. At Worcester College, we're committed to teaching, researching and exchanging ideas which make a positive impact on the world in which we live. Founded over 300 years ago, today we are a forward-looking college that balances tradition with innovation.
Worcester College ( ˈʊtər / ⓘ 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. 
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. 
Worcester is an average-sized college, meaning that we have around 400 undergraduate students and 200 graduate students studying here. Whichever college you belong to, you’ll be able to access all of the University’s central facilities, including the world-famous Bodleian Libraries, your faculty or department, and the Careers Service.
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.
As one of the colleges within the University of Oxford, Worcester is characterised by diversity. We have a vibrant academic community of fellows and lecturers , a lively and varied student body, and a group of dedicated staff, all of whom come from a wide range of backgrounds and experiences.
About the college. 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.