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Worcester College ( / ˈwʊstər / ⓘ WUUST-ər) is one of the constituent colleges of the University of Oxford  in England. The college was founded in 1714 by the benefaction of Sir Thomas Cookes, 2nd Baronet (1648–1701) of Norgrove, Worcestershire, whose coat of arms was adopted by the college. 
Worcester College is a supportive and positive community, where every student is encouraged to achieve their potential. From our beautiful gardens and on-site sports pitches to our well-stocked libraries and dedicated academic support, this is a place where you’ll feel right at home.
Worcester College is a friendly and supportive graduate college with a wide range of support systems, excellent facilities for sport and music, and strong equity and inclusion commitments. Learn about the college's facilities, accommodation, courses, and location for the academic year 2022-23 and beyond.
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Contact Us Porters' Lodge Worcester College Oxford OX1 2HB Tel: (01865) 278300 Fax: 01865 920559 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Contact details for specific offices/departments can be found by clicking on the links on the right or in the table below. The general form of email addresses for staff is email@example.com
Worcester is an average-sized college, with about 200 graduate students reading for advanced degrees in most of the faculties, and 400 undergraduate students.
The Gardens Because Worcester College was situated on the edge of the city in the eighteenth century, it has been able to retain very extensive gardens and contiguous playing fields. These gardens have won numerous awards. What is it Like to Study at Worcester College, Oxford? Every three years in June, the college hosts a Commemoration Ball.