University of Wolverhampton
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Welcome to University of Wolverhampton
The University of Wolverhampton has a long history of providing students with the opportunities presented by a first class education. As a major player in the UK higher education sector, we continue to excel in the areas that have contributed to our excellent reputation: award-winning teaching, state-of-the-art facilities, international partnerships, strong business links and innovative research.
Today's modern University can be traced back to Wolverhampton’s Mechanics’ Institute and College of Art in the mid-1800s. These institutions, together with teacher training and health colleges that were later incorporated, developed our rich heritage and tradition of academic excellence in vocational higher education.
The main campus is at Wulfruna Street in Wolverhampton itself (in the West Midlands) Though there are three other campuses of the university too based across the West Midlands and Shropshire (Wolverhampton, Walsall and Telford)
Courses and fees
The University of Wolverhampton is divide into four faculties
Faculty of Arts
- Wolverhampton School of Art
- School of Humanities
- School of Media
- School of Performing Arts
Faculty of Education, Health and Wellbeing
- Institute of Education
- Institute of Health Professions
- Institute of Psychology
- Institute of Public Health, Social Work and Care
- Institute of Sport
Faculty of Science and Engineering
- School of Architecture and Built Environment
- School of Biology, Chemistry and Forensic Science
- School of Biomedical Science and Physiology
- School of Engineering
- School of Mathematics and Computer Science
- School of Pharmacy
Faculty of Social Sciences
- University of Wolverhampton Business School
- University of Wolverhampton Law School
- School of Social, Historical and Political Studies
- International Academy
- Centre for International Development and Training
- Centre for African Entrepreneurship and Leadership
We have over 200 undergraduate degree courses for you to choose from and many highly regarded professional bodies are pleased to put their names to our courses. This means that when your study your degree with us, you can be sure they reflect industry practice and professional standards.
The University of Wolverhampton offers more than 120 postgraduate courses from Certificates to Master's level. You can also study for a PhD or MPhil in one of our world-leading Research Centres.
The fee for all undergraduate degree courses (BSc/BA/BEng/BEd/LLB) and PGCE courses is set at £9000. The fee for HNC/HND and Foundation degree courses is set at £7,570 and at £6000 if studying at partner colleges. The fee for Foundation year courses (taught at the University or at partner colleges) is set at £6,000.The fees for post graduate study are set as
- Home/EU postgraduate - Band 1 (most postgraduate courses) £5,750
- Home/EU postgraduate - Band 2 £7,110
- Home/EU postgraduate - Band 3 £7,920
- Home/EU postgraduate - Band 4 £8,740
- Home/EU postgraduate - Band 5 (including University of Wolverhampton Business School courses) £9,560
- International postgraduate £11,960
- International postgraduate at University of Wolverhampton Business School (includes a course residential fee) £12,225
- PGCE £9,000
The fees for students from outside the EU are as follows
- Undergraduate full-time courses: £11,050 per academic year
- Postgraduate taught full-time courses: £11,960 per academic year
- Postgraduate taught full-time courses for Business School: £12,225 per academic year
- Sandwich year out (continuing students only): Free
The University is set out over three campuses; the main City Campus in Wolverhampton, and satellite campuses in Telford and Walsall
Each of the campuses has its own library, the biggest being the Harrison Learning Centre at City Campus. It is four floors high with a computer suite on the top floor. There are private study rooms for when you need a quiet space and group rooms for preparing group assignments. We also have learning centres in Telford and Walsall.
It and Computing
There are around 2,500 computers across the University for Staff and Students to use in Open Access areas, School computer labs and Learning Centres.
Our specialist teams work closely together to help you with every aspect of your career development and progression.
The Enterprise Department helps students, graduates and staff to enhance their entrepreneurial skills, which will enhance their employability and personal development. They also help those who have the vision and determination to turn their business ideas into reality.
SPEED Plus is our flagship business start-up project offering students and graduates from any course the opportunity to develop their business ideas either alongside their studies or after graduation.
We provide access to a range of employment opportunities. Whether you are looking for your first graduate opportunity, a part-time job while you are studying or a placement to enhance your employability skills, we can help you.
These services are available whilst studying at the university and up to three years after graduation.
The University of Wolverhampton Students' Union (UWSU) has been established for over 80 years, and continues to this date to represent, support, and work with students to develop a quality environment for our current and incoming cohort.
City Students' Union- Our Students' Union is located at the heart of our City Campus and offers students a bright and inviting area to meet new people, grab a bite to eat, socialise with friends or kick back and relax in between lectures.
Walsall Squeezebox- Squeezebox is our Union cafe offering a variety of snacks and drinks
The students union run 60 societies including groups based on hobbies, interests, charities, faiths, sports, causes and politics. We are passionate about sport and believe it is an integral part of the student experience. We run a wide range of sports to ensure our students have fun, keep fit and meet new people.
Sports facilities at both Walsall and City Campus are open to staff, students and the public. Our base at City Campus in MD building has a gym, functional training and conditioning rooms and a four court sports hall. There is also a floodlit outdoor pitch available exclusively to students, all year round. At Walsall Campus, facilities include a gym & weights room, 12 court sports hall and dojo, swimming pool, athletics track, all weather pitch, several grass pitches and tennis and netball courts. Special membership rates are available for students, staff and the general public, and students living in University accommodation get off-peak membership as part of their halls fees.
There is a wealth of sports teams at Wolverhampton, many of whom compete in BUCS.
The university offers support for students with disabilities, a counselling service
The university offers financial support through bursaries and scholarships, Hardship Fund, Emergency and Summer funds.
Living in halls can be the highlight of your whole university experience, and the best news is you can apply as soon as you have confirmed a place on your course! There is accommodation at all three campuses
There are three types of accomodation offered at City Campus:
- City Economy-costs about £75 per person per week, here students are 12 to a corridor sharing a kitchen & bathroom.
- City Standard- costs about £81 per person per week, here students are 6 to a corridor sharing a kitchen & bathroom.
- City Ensuite- costs about £99 per person per week, here students are 6 to a corridor with their own bathroom & sharing a kitchen.
There are two types of accommodation at the Walsall campus:
- Walsall Standard- costs about £81 per person per week, here students are 6 to a corridor sharing a kitchen & bathroom.
- Walsall Ensuite- costs about £99 per person per week, here students are 6 to a corridor with their own bathroom & sharing a kitchen.
The Telford Campus accommodation offers great value en-suite rooms shared between a flat of 6 students. costs about £81 per person per week.
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