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And the eye travels down to Oxford's Towers...-Matthew Arnold


Worcester is a happy blend of ancient and modern. The Library, Chapel and Dining Hall were created by some of Britain's finest eighteenth and nineteenth century architects. Our residential accommodation ranges from picturesque 15th-century monks' cottages to award-winning modern rooms; but whether old or new, all such rooms have telephones and connection to the University computer network and thence to the internet. Our beautiful gardens and grounds, 26 acres in extent, provide a secluded environment, with shady lakeside walks and a large sports ground. Yet Worcester is very close to the train and coach stations, and only a few minutes' walk away from the city and university centres.

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