Who We Are and What We Do
Worcester College is one of the constituent Colleges of the University of Oxford. It works closely with the University and other colleges on all matters of common interest affecting the education of students and pursuit of scholarship and research. This section provides information about the College as it is today and about its history. It also includes location and organisational information, details of governance and an overview of the main areas of its activities.
History of the College and University
Undergraduate and Graduate Admissions
The College admits students to study for undergraduate and graduate degrees. Details of undergraduate procedures can be found on our website and on the University's website. Hard copy prospectuses are available on request.
Details of graduate procedures can be found on our website and on the University’s website. Hard copy prospectuses are available on request.
The College provides and arranges undergraduate teaching and academic support and guidance. It also academically supports graduate students, in particular by allocating them each a College Adviser.
The College employs research staff, provides fellowships for professors and certain other postholders and supports research financially.
Information is available here about the range of student facilities and services offered by the College for undergraduates and graduates.
The College financial statements can be found on the University’s website.
Information is available here about development and alumni (Old Members) and conference services.