The University of Worcester is in the top three UK universities for Quality Education for the third year in a row in the prestigious Times Higher Education’s Global University Impact Rating.
Worcester is also ranked first in the UK, second in the UK, and ninth in the world in terms of gender equality, as well as in the ‘Zero Hunger’ ranking, which highlights the contribution of universities around the world to achieving internationally agreed Sustainability. It ranks eighth in Britain. The United Nations Development Goals (SDGs) were adopted in 2016.
A total of 1,115 universities from 94 countries/regions are included in this year’s ranking, with Worcester included in the overall ranking by 20%.
University Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive Officer Professor David Green CBE said: “At Worcester University, we combine inclusion with excellence in education and high standards, so we are delighted to be in the top three for Quality Education for the third year in a row. At the same time the top 10 talismans in the world in terms of gender equality and the second in the UK.
University of Worcester
University inclusive approach to education is recognized over the world, particularly in inclusive sports. We have been at the forefront of environmental sustainability for decades, and Worcestershire’s unique University and Public Library Hive and our community involvement have made us one of the UK’s best universities for responsible, civic work. We are pleased that more and more universities around the world are taking similar approaches. The universities that have made the greatest contribution to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals adopted by the United Nations will all win. ”
Worcester University was shortlisted for two University of the Year nominations last year in recognition of its outstanding achievements in creating a high-quality, inclusive learning environment, which was nominated by the Times Higher Education. led him to win his first award for his tremendous contribution to equality, diversity, and education. Entered in November last year.
Worcester was named “Institute for Sustainability of the Year” at the 2019 Green Gown Award. And has many years of experience in sustainable practice and won another Green Dress for the overall report in 2021, the People and Planet University League in 2019 Worcester was awarded a first-class honorary title. Success for more than 10 years.
Since the national publication of this data began, Worcester has been the best-performing university in the UK in terms of gender pay, with a statistically significant difference of 15.9% compared to the national gap between men and women. ‘q.
THE IMPACT Rankings is the only global ranking that started in 2019 and proves the impact of universities on society rather than research and teaching effectiveness. This year’s ranking includes tables for all 17 UN SDGs, up from 11 last year.
Worcester University Faculty
University Faculty Stats
The university consists of seven faculties, and each academic institute forms an auxiliary unit that deals. With administrative issues faced by students and faculty. In 2008, the institutes were transformed into ten academic schools. The university has 300 academics and 700 administrative staff, with a student-teacher ratio of 17:1.
Research Opportunities at the University of Worcester
The University of Worcester’s motto is to expand research and knowledge exchange to create a community of researchers. Who can impact both society and individuals. Thus, the institution offers degrees in nine academic disciplines, including. Like Allied Health and Community Research, Educational Research, Art Research, Psychological Research, Science, and Environmental Research. And with it, nursing and obstetrics research, research at the Worcester Business School, and research in sports and exercise science. Students who invest in research are awarded degrees in one of four categories. Like PhD, MPhil, professional doctorate (in some fields), and MRes.
Internship Opportunities and Part-Time Job Opportunities
The University of Worcester has both paid and unpaid internship opportunities. Internships while studying will help add value to future job applications. The Peirson Study and Guidance Center provides guidance to students on internships and placement.
Placement – Companies and High Salaries Offered
The specialist placement team is responsible for preparing students for the best job opportunities. The University holds outstanding records for guaranteed employment in the UK. According to the Alumni Survey for 2020, 94.6 percent of graduates are working or studying. A longitudinal survey on educational outcomes ranked the university in the top ten for ensuring sustainable employment of graduates in 2017 and 2020. Students earn an average of $ 69,000 a year. Some job titles include senior financial analyst, executive director, and data analyst.