Wolverhampton is a thriving city located in an area known as West Midlands in England. This multicultural city provides a wide range of shops, bars, restaurants, sports amenities, leisure facilities and a thriving night life.
Spread across four campuses the university houses twenty three thousand students and provides over three hundred course in eight academic schools.
School of Applied Science
School of Art and Design
School of Education
School of Health and Wellbeing
School of Law, Social Science and Communications
School of Sports, Performing Arts and Leisure
School of Technology and Built Environment
The main campus is situated in Wolverhampton city centre and is provides student accommodation, the student’s union, administrative and support services. The campus has a large lecture theatre, exhibition gallery, social learning areas, open plan workspace with computers, auditorium, TV and radio studios, cafes, refectory, restaurant and sports facilities.
Compton Park campus is located just over a mile from Wolverhampton and provides a learning centre, café and student accommodation. Within walking distance are bars, restaurants, cafes and shops.
Situated eighteen miles from Wolverhampton, Telford campus is situated in the grounds of a grade listed mansion. The campus focuses on students studying engineering, business, computing and social work. The campus provides the learning resource centre, student accommodation, leisure centre, refectory, student’s union, bar and sports facilities. The town of Telford is only ten minutes from the campus and has modern shopping facilities and a wide range of restaurants, bars and leisure amenities.
Located near Walsall town centre, which is approximately four miles from Wolverhampton, the campus focuses on students studying sport, music, dance, education, health, events management, tourism and hospitality, The campus provides teaching and study areas, sports facilities, dance studio, teaching rooms, science laboratory design and technical facilities, student’s union and student accommodation.
The town of Walsall is only one mile from the campus and provides restaurants, bars, shops and sporting facilities.
The university provides a free bus service between campuses.
The university can accommodate over two thousand students in halls of residence. Some of the rooms are en suite and all have shared kitchen and laundry facilities. The accommodation has twenty four hour security and facilities are available for students with disabilities.
Student Support Services.
Available to students are a wide range of support services.
Careers and financial advice
Orientation support for international students
Student Enabling Centre providing disability support services
The student’s union provides support for students in all areas of university life. It organises various societies and groups, has twenty sports clubs and social areas such as a coffee and juice bar.
Prospectus can be downloaded from the university’s website or by emailing [email protected] or writing to University of Wolverhampton, Wulfruna Street, Wolverhampton, WV1 1LY