At the forefront of teacher education for over six decades
We are one of the country’s major providers of education, training and research for the children’s workforce. We have a reputation for the highest quality provision, partnership working and delivery.
Founded in 1946 as a post-war emergency teacher training college, the University of Worcester has been built from a heritage of excellent education. The quality of our teaching, academic support, organisation and management, places us amongst the top UK education departments.
We are recognised for the impact of our work, which we undertake in close collaboration with partner schools throughout the region. By the end of the 1950s, Worcester had earned a reputation as one of the country’s best teacher training colleges - a reputation it has maintained and which is currently confirmed by the fact that it is the teacher training partner of choice for over 500 schools.
Teacher training, early years and professional development courses
We offer courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate level, covering Initial Teacher Education (Primary and Secondary), Education Studies, Early Childhood Studies and Continuing Professional Development. We also have an active research culture, with a number of students currently studying for Master of Philosophy and PhD degrees.
Tuesday, 19 December 2017
Education experts at the University of Worcester have produced a new book aimed at helping teachers and other education professionals to understand the concept of inclusion.
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.
Thursday, 09 November 2017
An extensive reading resource showcasing some of the best children’s books that deal with family diversity, has been updated for its 10th anniversary.
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Get in touch
For further details about the Institute of Education contact:
tel: 01905 855231