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Masters Degrees in Worcester, United Kingdom

We have 80 Masters Degrees in Worcester, United Kingdom

Worcester is a historic regional city in the West Midlands of England, situated around 100 miles from London. As well as being close to other important higher education hubs, there is one local university in Worcester, with around 10,000 students.

What's it like to study a Masters in Worcester?

Worcester was an important medieval town, with a long history of manufacturing (particularly gloves and other clothing). It continued to be associated with luxury goods when expanding during the 18th century and is still home to well-known companies and brands, such as Royal Worcester Porcelain.

The city is also famous for its association with Worcestershire Sauce, a popular British condiment, manufactured in the city since 1897. Worcester Warriors currently ply their trade in the top tier of English rugby union, while the Worcestershire County Cricket Club has enjoyed plenty of sporting success.

Postgraduate students in Worcester live and study in an attractive English city with many unique heritage sites. Local landmarks include the city's 11th-century cathedral as well as a range of pleasant public parks (one of which, Fort Royal Park, was the site of an important battle in the English Civil War – when it probably wasn’t quite so pleasant).

Worcester itself is situated within historical woodland and regional attractions include the town of Stratford Upon Avon (birthplace of William Shakespeare) and the Malvern Hills (an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty).

Universities in Worcester

The sole university in Worcester is the University of Worcester, granted university status in 2005, but with origins in previous education institutions going back to 1946. Though one of the youngest universities in the UK, it is already competing in national rankings and offers a range of postgraduate programmes.

Other nearby university cities include Birmingham and Coventry.

Careers in Worcester

Worcester (and the county of Worcestershire) has a strong local economy with low levels of unemployment. Important industrial sectors in the region include advanced engineering, logistics and financial services.

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