Wolverhampton University is a high-ranking public university in England which has been providing first-class education to students for over 190 years. It received university status in 1992 and currently has approximately 23,000 students enrolled, 2,500 of whom are international.
University is currently offers more than 380 undergraduate and postgraduate courses, many of which are accredited by professional organizations.
With 96 per cent in work or further study within six months of graduation, Wolverhampton has one of the highest employability rates in the country.
It has three main campuses in Wolverhampton, Walsall and Telford.
The main university campus in West Midlands is located in the center of Wolverhampton city and is known as the City Campus. On this campus are mostly academic departments, administrative offices, student support facilities, and three residential halls.
Wolverhampton is just 20 minutes from the heart of UK’s second-largest city Birmingham, 1 hour from Manchester and less than two hours from London, and provides a variety of transport connections.
The cost of living in Wolverhampton is relatively low compared with other UK cities. Cultural highlights include the Wolverhampton Art Gallery, which has the largest collection of pop art outside London, and the colleges own Arena Theatre. It's also known as one of UK's top 10 live music cities.
Over 2 000 places are available at the University of Wolverhampton with over 1,000 en-suite rooms for every budget.
Every student accommodation on the campus is a short 5-minute walk from teaching facilities and theatres. Wolverhampton City, Walsall and Telford campuses are the location for accommodation;
The reputation for teaching has been recognised with a Silver rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework.
Federal loans are available for US students.
UG & PG:
The Requirements may Defer for few Programs.
|Graduate job rate||96%|
|Cost of attendance||Approximately £15,700|
|Intake type||Semester wise|
|Mode of program||On-campus and online|
The estimated fee of different programs is given in the following table. There could be some exceptions, so the applicant must check before applying.
|Course||Cost per academic year|
|Postgraduate fir Business School||£13,650|
|Postgraduate with Professional Placements||£14,834|
|Type of accommodation||37 Week Licence Cost||52 Week License Cost|
International students who want to seek admissions at University of Wolverhampton can follow the below-mentioned application process:
Application Fee: Undergraduate: £18 for UCAS, Postgraduate: No fee
Application Deadlines: follows the deadline set up by UCAS. Late applications are welcomed only for the courses that still have places available.