Thinking of Studying at the University of Worcester?

What should I do before I come to the University of Worcester?

"Easy going relationship with staff" 

"The support with the DSA and advice for getting needs assessment before starting my course was brilliant"

When you are ready to apply to study at Worcester please contact us to discuss the support you might need. Or come and speak to us at one of our Open Days. The Disability and Dyslexia Service has a team of specialist advisers who will be able to discuss with you any barriers you might face during your studies and look at what support can be put in place to overcome these. 

Please click on the links below for some more information about what to do before you arrive at the University:


You may have many questions.

For answers and more information click here: Information for Prospective and Current Students

Alternatively, we are always on hand to help you please contact the team:

Email: disability@worc.ac.uk  Telephone: 01905 855531

OR book a Disability Adviser appointment through Firstpoint

Email: firstpoint@worc.ac.uk Telephone: 01905 542551

Contact us

We meet with students in a confidential space in firstpoint.  To book a Disability Advisor appointment please contact or visit firstpoint, which is open Monday to Friday 9:00am - 4:00pm, and is situated in the Peirson Study and Guidance Centre on St Johns Campus.  

Telephone: 01905 542551    Email: firstpoint@worc.ac.uk

To contact the team directly please email disability@worc.ac.uk or telepone 01905 855531

We are also on Twitter  https://twitter.com/UoWDDS

A detailed access guide to the Peirson Centre can be found on AccessAble.co.uk