A wide range of subjects, with an integrated approach
The Institute of Science and Environment’s educational and research expertise extends across disciplines, including:
- Environmental Science
- Nutritional Science
- Forensic and Applied Biology
- Animal Care
A supportive environment
We offer top quality undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in a friendly and supportive fashion using modern approaches to learning and teaching. The Institute provides an exciting and attractive environment in which to study as a student or to engage in your research.
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From global warming to crime scene analysis, our world-leading research focuses on today’s key challenges. Working in collaboration with different disciplines and with other universities, private industry and the public sector, we see science as a means to achieve real-life benefits.
A firm foundation of academic excellence enables us to support and inspire the scientists of the future. We offer undergraduates a broad-based training with specialist options across the disciplines, while postgraduates can take advantage of a supportive and stimulating research environment.
Investing in facilities
The University’s £7m investment in a new life sciences building illustrates the commitment to learning and innovation. Opened in 2009, students, academics and researchers all benefit from the thriving collaborative environment and the cutting-edge facilities that it provides.
Science and the Environment News
Thursday, 29 March 2018
A recent photographic competition - jointly organised by the University of Worcester and the Worcestershire Geographical Association – has culminated in a celebratory showcase of young photographic talent with a public exhibition on display in The Hive.
Tuesday, 06 March 2018
Archaeology staff and students from the University of Worcester will be carrying out a special survey at St Wulstan’s Nature Reserve in Malvern next week in a bid to dig into the site’s history.
Friday, 01 December 2017
Local Year 6 pupils from Northwick Manor Primary School attended a new water safety pilot scheme developed by the University of Worcester working in partnership with Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue Service (HWFRS) and the Royal Life Saving Society.