News

13th January 2021

Now that our offer-holders have all received their letters this week, we are delighted to report some statistics about our cohort of offer-holders for 2021. For the full report please click here

Worcester College UK Offer-holders 2021:

7th January 2021

In January 2020, we reported our success in making admissions fair across three of our four access targets. At the time we were unable to report on our progress towards the fourth target (concerning equal access for BAME students) because the relevant data had not yet been made available to us.

15th October 2020

The College flag flies at half-mast today in honour of Francis Lamport, who died peacefully on Tuesday. Emeritus Fellow of the College, Francis was Fellow and Tutor in German from 1966 to 2001. When we are able, we will hold an event in memory of a wonderful colleague, brilliant linguist, much-loved teacher, and dear friend. 

Professor Kate Tunstall

Interim Provost

14th August 2020

Many members of our college community and beyond have expressed their concern for the potential impact of yesterday’s A Level results on this year’s incoming students. At Worcester we made offers in 2020 to our most diverse cohort ever, and in response to the uncertainties surrounding this year’s assessment, we have confirmed the places of all our UK offer-holders, irrespective of their A-level results.

David Isaac
29th July 2020

The Governing Body of Worcester College is delighted to announce that it has elected a new Provost. David Isaac will take up the post on 1st July 2021. 

David is currently Chair of the Equality and Human Rights Commission, a senior partner at the law firm, Pinsent Masons, and Chair of Governors at the University of the Arts London. 

23rd June 2020

This morning, the University of Oxford released their Annual Admissions Statistical Report. The report in full can be found here. The below is a response to this report from the College's Tutor for Admissions and Tinsley Outreach Fellow.

 

College flag at half mast
9th June 2020

The College Flag flies at half-mast today in honour of Rob Dennis, Head Chef 1995-2019, who died at home on the weekend, surrounded by his family. Our thoughts are with them.

Rob joined Worcester as Sous-Chef in 1993 and was promoted to Head Chef in 1995. He played a major role in the refurbishment of the College kitchen, his pride and joy. He retired on grounds of ill health early last year. 

19th May 2020

Professor Heather Viles has been awarded the Royal Geographical Society's prestigious Founder's Medal for her excellence in establishing the field of biogeomorphology.

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