Students are invited to take part in an innovative programme to empower you to become an active bystander. The University’s Bystander Initiative programme will train you how be pro-social citizens in the prevention of violence and abuse by learning to identity problematic behaviour and intervene in a safe and effective way. The programme takes place over 8 hours and offers the opportunity to […]
Your 2021-22 Students’ Union Full Time Officers have been elected and the SU are looking forward to welcoming them in June. Third year Journalism student, Joseph Broady, caught up with the new team earlier this week.
Third year journalism student, Joseph Broady, has shared some of his top tips for looking after your wellbeing You are a student, juggling assignments, course work and dissertations. You may be a long way away from home and haven’t been able to see your family in a while or you may be a critical worker, […]
As nominations close next week for the students’ Union elections, third year Journalism student, Joseph Broady, has shared is thoughts on the importance of democracy: It was the American author , Edward Bellamy, who said, “The primal principle of democracy is the worth and dignity of the individual.” This is what best perpetuates the idea […]
The University is supporting the NHS to respond to the pandemic by helping to recruit non-clinical immunisers, administrators and stewards to support at both vaccination sites in Bromsgrove and Worcester. These are paid roles. Immunisers are Band 4 at £11.20 per hour and Admin / Steward Band 2 at £9.89. They are offering these on […]
‘Big Energy Saving Week’ – from January 18th to January 24th – is a national campaign to encourage people to use less energy in their homes. Not only is it a great way to be more sustainable but it can also cut hundreds of pounds off annual utility bills. Here are some easy ways to reduce […]
October officially marks Black History Month in the UK. Senior Pro Vice Chancellor, Ross Renton and Students’ Union President, Meg Price, have written a blog post discussing Why Black History Month Matters. There will be a range of activities, workshops and campaigns to get involved with throughout the month, including an exhibition organised by the […]
Following the launch of a new security feature called Multi-Factor Authentication designed to make it easier than ever for you to reset your password if you ever forget it, we have seen over 10,000 successful activation’s of the service. However, we know that some of you have experienced difficulties and we have received a high […]
A University of Worcester student has spoken about her time spent volunteering in a local primary school during the coronavirus pandemic. Before the summer holidays, Olivia Sheppard, who is going in to the second year of her Primary Initial Teacher Education course, gained valuable experience working in a rural school close to her home in […]
Tomorrow (19 August) officially marks World Photography Day and University staff member, Kevin Brooke, has shared some of his amazing photographs that he has taken in Worcester and the local area.