Category: Campus

Sustainability and Behaviour Change at the University of Worcester 2015-17

This week the sustainability department published a three year report outlining progress with embedding a culture of sustainability across the curriculum and campus. The report draws on findings from a series of surveys that took place between 2015 and 2017 and overall demonstrates gradual movement towards a fuller understanding of the University’s sustainability activities and greater personal sustainable practice amongst… Read more →

University of Worcester vacancies: UniCycle/Woo Bikes Campaign Coordinator

UniCycle/Woo Bikes Campaign Coordinator This is an opportunity to play a key role in UniCycle and a new Woo Bikes e-bike share scheme on campus. UniCycle is a national, government-funded pilot that The University Worcester is participating in with support from Love to Ride and NUS. Woo Bikes is a local collaborative partnership extending the university bike loan scheme with… Read more →

Campus Go Green Week February 2017

Go Green Week February 2017….at the University of Worcester Eagerly awaited by students who have been organising the events, and staff who need a new chilli plant for their office, read on to find out what’s ‘new’ on campus for this year and what ‘old’ favourites are back….   During the week: NEW pick up a loyalty card, Learn how to… Read more →

Elective Modules

be challenged, be inspired, be creative, be innovative, be employable, be outstanding … Why choose an Elective module at Level 5? Looking for something to make your degree stand out? As a single honours student you have the opportunity to choose to take an Elective module as part of your programme in your second year. Taking an Elective provides added value to your degree, makes… Read more →

WHOLE EARTH? Hard Rain Project

A local response to Whole Earth?

Whole Earth? satellite exhibition WHOLE EARTH? exhibition is based on the premise that the future belongs to today’s young people and that students and universities everywhere can play a major role in making society more sustainable.  The exhibition provides the kind of evidence students need to join the debate about their future. Read more about Whole Earth? on these pages… Read more →