The University of Wolverhampton is a leading modern university in a central UK location. It is based at campuses in Wolverhampton, Walsall and Telford.
Why study at Wolverhampton?
- Internationally recognised qualifications – the University offers over 250 undergraduate and 120 postgraduate courses, many of which are accredited by professional bodies;
- Modern facilities – they have invested millions of pounds to ensure that their facilities for students are world class;
- Over 90% of their UK graduates were in employment, further study and/or started their own business according to the Graduate Outcomes survey (2020), and 73% were in highly skilled professions;
- A central location at the hub of the UK transport network: Birmingham 18 mins; Manchester 70 mins; London 98 mins;
- They have continued to expand their global reach, working with institutions around the world to deliver University-approved courses;
- Low cost living – make your money go further compared to other cities (number.com).
The University of Wolverhampton’s research was celebrated for its ‘world-leading elements’ across all areas submitted to the REF 2014, with 85% of their research internationally recognised or higher.
The university offers a range of undergraduate courses, postgraduate programmes, and apprenticeships. Online courses and CPD short courses are also available.
Full details of the courses available can be found on the university’s dedicated courses webpage.
The University of Wolverhampton is a truly international university. Each year they welcome students from over 130 nations, who join them to study at one of their UK campuses or partner institutions overseas.
The university has a dedicated international webpage for international students. It includes information such as fees, scholarships, and visa advice.
English language requirements
All applicants must possess a minimum level of competence in English Language to study at the University of Wolverhampton.
For applicants whose first language is not English and who do not hold a GCSE English Language or equivalent, the university accepts a range of academic qualifications internationally recognised as being at/equivalent to UK Level 3 or above which have been delivered and assessed in English. The university’s English language entry requirements webpage provides further details.
If you do not meet the English requirements for your course, don’t worry! The university offers Pre-sessional English language courses. These courses will help you meet the English language requirements for most undergraduate and some postgraduate courses.
5 reasons to choose the University of Wolverhampton
The ‘University of Opportunity’ opened many doors for me and enable me to explore different avenues. I met wonderful people, made lots of friends and now have a career here!”
– Sati Thind, BA English