The university has 18 schools spread across four main faculties: arts; education, health and well-being; science and engineering, and social sciences. Over 300 undergraduate and 200 postgraduate courses are on offer.
Including its main site in the city centre, the university has four main campuses. The site in nearby Walsall features a multimillion pound sports centre and a performing arts hub. A new science centre, featuring high specification laboratory and workshop space, was opened in September 2017.
Compared to other UK cities, the cost of living is relatively low in Wolverhampton. Cultural highlights include the Wolverhampton Art Gallery, which has the largest pop art collection outside of London, and the university’s own Arena Theatre. According to live entertainment guide Ents24, it is one of the top 10 cities for live music in the UK.
The university is truly global with over 19,000 students from across the world. Courses are taught by experts in their field, with students’ future careers in mind. The university boasts an impressive 96% of students in employment or further study following graduation.
Students who have applied with Global Study UK have chosen a range of courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. These include:
The University is located in Wolverhampton, in the midlands. The town has great transport links to Birmingham, Manchester and London which can all be reached through frequent connections via rail.
The International Office has a dedicated team that provides support and advice for prospective and current international students. They can help with issues surrounding immigration and visas, securing accommodation, fitting in and much more.