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Easy Application and Admissions Process

To apply for a University of Worcester degree via one of our pathway courses just fill in the application form on any of our courses pages and send it back to admissions@uwic.worc.ac.uk.    You can also find the download the application form here.   

We will then raise a conditional offer and outline what further information we require to confirm your place.  As soon as we have everything outstanding we will be able raise your unconditional offer which, once accepted and your course tuition fees deposit is paid will allow the University to progress to assigning you a CAS (Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies).  This CAS will enable you to apply for your Tier 4 General Student Visa which will cover the whole of your course, up to graduation. 

Multiple Course Intakes

UWIC has three intakes per year for most courses, starting in October, January and May, giving you the flexibility to start your course when the time is best for you.  January enrolments also allow you to progress onto your degree course in the Autumn of that same year, reducing the time of your full degree by three months.  

Additionally the University of Worcester has January enrolments for a number of its business degree courses, allowing your even more options for the length of your study.  

University of Worcester International College Fees

                         

Stage of Study

Intakes

UWIC    
course fee
by stage

University
course fee
per stage 

Undergraduate pathway

 Stage 1          

 University Foundation in Accountancy, Business and Marketing

Oct, Jan & May

£10,995             

£12,100**   

 Stage 1

 University Foundation in Accountancy, Business and Marketing
(one semester)           

Oct, Jan & May

 £7,500           

 Stage 1

 University Foundation in Art 
and Design + Creative Media

Oct, Jan & May

 £10,995           

 Stage 1

 University Foundation in Law

Oct & Jan

 £10,995           

 Stage 1

 University Foundation in Social Science

Oct & Jan

 £10,995           

 Stage 1

 University Foundation in Science and Health

Oct & Jan

 £10,995

 Stage 1

 University Foundation in Sport and Exercise Science

Oct & Jan

 £10,995           

 Stage 2

 First Year in Accountancy, Business and Marketing

Sept & Jan

 £11,225

 Stage 2

 First Year in Art and Design + Creative Media

Sept

 £12,150

 Stage 2

 First Year in Science and Health

Sept

 £12,150

 Stage 2

 First Year in Sport and Exercise Science

Sept

 £12,150           

Postgraduate pathway

Stage 1          

 Premasters in Business  (One semester)       

Oct, Jan & May

 £7,745             

 £10,000*  

Stage 1         

 Premasters in Business (Two semesters)

Oct, Jan & May

 £10,445

 

* Includes celebratory discount except MSc Business Psychology which costs £12,500. 

** University UG international fees are correct for courses starting from September 2018 to August 2019.  Fees are reviewed annually so note that if your course is longer than one academic year, or you defer your start date, the stated fees may be subject to change. 

Easy Application and Admissions Process

To apply for a University of Worcester degree via one of our pathway courses just fill in the application form on any of our courses pages and send it back to admissions@uwic.worc.ac.uk.  

We will then raise a conditional offer and outline what further information we require to confirm your place.  As soon as we have everything  we will be able raise your unconditional offer which, once accepted will allow the University to progress to assigning you a CAS (Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies).  This CAS will enable you to apply for your Tier 4 General Student Visa which will cover the whole of your course, up to graduation.  

Multiple Course Intakes

UWIC has three intakes per year for most courses, starting in October, January and May, giving you the flexibility to start your course when the time is best for you.  January enrolments also allow you to progress onto your degree course in the Autumn of that same year, reducing the time of your full degree by three months.