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  1. University of Worcester has partnered with Flywire to accept payments from international students worldwide. Flywire allows you, your parents or sponsors to pay your student fees in the currency of your choice in a simple and secure way. Flywire offers the following benefits:

  2. worc.myday.cloudmyday

    Myday is a cloud-based platform that helps you access your university resources, manage your tasks, and stay connected with your peers and tutors. To log in to your ...

  3. If you'd like to get in touch with the University of Worcester, you can contact our Main Reception 01905 85 5000. Worcester Business School is based at our City Campus. If you need to contact the City Campus directly ring 01905 54 2444. To contact the Riverside building ring 01905 542475. Our Clearing Hotline number is 01905 855 111.

  4. Get in touch. Our Accommodation Team are here to give you advice, help you apply and support you throughout your time at University, making sure you are happy and settled in your new home. If you have any questions, please call 01905 855300 or email accommodationteam@worc.ac.uk.

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  6. Entry requirements - Education Studies BA (Hons) 88 UCAS tariff points (for example, CCD at A Level). T Levels, Cache Diplomas, and B-Tech qualifications may be used to meet the entry tariff requirements for this course. Find out more about using these qualifications towards UCAS tariff points here.

  7. The University of Worcester is a thriving engine of opportunity with a global reputation for inclusion and innovation. Our maxim, ‘Inspired for Life’ is at the heart of what we're about . We aim to support students and staff across all our academic schools to succeed in their chosen career - we motivate them to use the skills that they develop to build a better world.