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Studying Masters at University of Wolverhampton?

Is anyone studying Masters at University of Wolverhampton?

I would like to know what it is like studying at Wolverhampton University at Masters level.

What type of support do you receive?
What educational approaches do they use?
Are there any benefits they offer for students?

Please respond, thank you.
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Is anyone studying Masters at University of Wolverhampton?

I would like to know what it is like studying at Wolverhampton University at Masters level.

What type of support do you receive?
What educational approaches do they use?
Are there any benefits they offer for students?

Please respond, thank you.

Hi! I studied a Masters in Marketing Management at the University of Wolverhampton.

Studying my Masters was a wonderful experience, as I already had so much knowledge from my undergraduate degree that I felt I could specialise and learn even more in the field I loved. The lecturers were brilliant, and although it is a postgraduate degree, the unwavering support doesn't change. I had all the support I needed from all lecturers and had a supervisor who was my go-to all year.

The support you receive is dependent on the level of support you need as an individual. I didn't need much support as I did my Masters with someone I had completed my undergraduate degree with, so we supported each other throughout. However, at times I did need urgent academic support, they were just fantastic; I couldn't fault them. However, if more support is needed, they are passionate for you to ask, as they want to ensure everyone has the correct tools to move forward in their studies.

I studied during COVID, so it was a mixture of online and face-to-face; however, it was interactive and tailored. I was given a supervisor who had completed research in my chosen field, so I was given really tailored educational approaches as they knew exactly how to support me and my research area. Marketing doesn't utilise any educational approaches, including facilities; however, having studied on campus, I know that the university holds a significant amount of state-of-the-art equipment in a number of areas.

As I did my undergraduate degree at the University of Wolverhampton, I had a postgraduate loyalty discount of 20%. My other student benefits came from the library's extensive opening hours, the computers that I was able to use every day, and the support from both my academics and the ASK@WLV. Another benefit of being a student at University of Wolverhampton was the access to 'Careers Enterprise and The Workplace', who would reach out frequently to discuss how they could offer career support, which was extremely helpful. Finally, the food in the canteen, as the Jacket Potato with Cheese and Beans never failed to disappoint ...

I hope this helps! 😀
University of Wolverhampton Rep
Abby
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