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University of Wolverhampton

United Kingdom
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University of Wolverhampton

United Kingdom
Overview

Overview

More than 2,500 international students from over 130 countries call the University of Wolverhampton home. The University has three main campuses: Wolverhampton City, Telford and Walsall, each close to Birmingham, the UK's second city.

Nationally commended and internationally recognised, the university has TEF silver status and four stars in the most recent QS international ratings. It also has a graduate employability rate of 96 per cent (DLHE 2018).

The University of Wolverhampton has been providing students with life-changing opportunities for more than 190 years. With over 500 courses to choose from, international students can move closer to their career goals. Three faculties offer courses in more than 70 subject areas, with many courses accredited by professional bodies.

Wolverhampton is in a central location in the UK, with Birmingham just 18 minutes away by train. Manchester can be reached in 70 minutes, and London in approximately 90minutes. Wolverhampton also offers a cheap cost of living compared to other UK cities.

The university invests a lot in its students and the campus community. Millions of pounds have been put into campus developments and learning facilities in recent years, including new engineering facilities, science building and a new home for the Business School.

A number of scholarships are available to eligible international students, including awards for Indian nationals and those from Commonwealth countries. Support services are also abundant and students can benefit from extensive career advice, academic help and health and wellbeing services.

As it is a global institution, Wolverhampton aims to give all students opportunities to improve their knowledge, skills and confidence so they can succeed in the international economy.

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Overview

Overview

The University of Wolverhampton, based in Birmingham, UK, is an international university that has been providing academic excellence for more than 190 years. It is home to over 2,500 students from more than 130 countries worldwide. The university operates across three main campuses: Wolverhampton City, Telford and Walsall.

Wolverhampton is close to Birmingham, the UK's second city, commutable in just 18 minutes by rail. Manchester is 70 minutes' away, and London can be reached in 90 minutes. Wolverhampton also offers a cheap cost of living compared to other UK cities.

The university has made considerable investments in its campus in the past few years, including the construction of cutting-edge engineering facilities, the Rosalind Franklin science building, the Lord Swraj Paul Building (business school), the Cyber Centre, the Springfield architecture and built environment super-campus, and the Marches Centre for Excellence in Healthcare.

The University of Wolverhampton is proud of its history. Since 1827, it has grown and changed as an institution to become the global university it is today. From its central UK location, it provides opportunities to students from around the world. World-leading academics help students to develop the knowledge, skills, and confidence to thrive in the global economy.

Each year the university welcomes students from over 130 nations. The award-winning student support services ensure that the university continues to be a helpful and welcoming global institution. It has been awarded the highest accolade by the Quality Assurance Agency, and was given four stars overall in 2019 in the QS Stars™ scheme, with the highest five stars for teaching, employability, internationalisation, and inclusiveness. Graduate Outcomes found that over 90% of its UK graduates from the most recent cohort were employed, in education, or running their own business, beating the national average.

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What's new

What's new

Partnership opportunities with Iraqi university

The University of Wolverhampton has partnered with Al-Kitab University in Altun Kupri, near Kirkuk. Students from the university will have the chance to study at the University of Wolverhampton. Opportunities also include joint research projects and conferences.

Tim Steele, Pro Vice-Chancellor International said, ''We are delighted to have signed this new agreement with Al-Kitab University which signals the development of an exciting new partnership for the University of Wolverhampton. Al-Kitab is a relatively new university and is playing an important part in the development within the region and we are extremely pleased to be working with them as we build on our values as the ‘University of Opportunity'.''

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What's new

What's new

Springfield Campus

The university's architecture and built environment super-campus opened in October 2020, and was named by framework provider Pagabo as its ‘best project above £15m'. This stunning set of facilities for construction excellence is based at the city's former Springfield Brewery site, and was completed to rave reviews.

Marches Centre for Excellence in Health

This £5m project was completed and opened in March 2021, and uses cutting edge technology to revolutionise the way in which health-based learning is delivered. The centre will see over 1,000 students enrolled in the first four years of operation and will provide 72 jobs, as well as two new apprenticeship programmes, offering 174 apprentice opportunities.

Midlands Centre for Cyber Security

This joint venture between the university and Herefordshire Council provides office space for cyber business, advanced training options to tackle threats in cyberspace, and, through the Wolverhampton Cyber Research Institute (WCRI), the opportunity to expand the understanding of the high-tech world of cyber-crime, offering better defence solutions against this growing threat.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

In the most recent Teaching Excellence Framework, the University of Wolverhampton was awarded silver status. This demonstrates that it provides a quality education that goes beyond the national requirements for higher education in the UK.

Wolverhampton was also the first university in its region to be recognised by the Quality Assurance Agency. It was given a commendation for student learning opportunities.

Research

At the heart of many aspects of Wolverhampton is research, covering a wide variety of disciplines. During the last 20 years, the university has heavily invested in its research activity. This outstanding work has resulted in national and international recognition.

International Academy

Students learning with the International Academy benefit from personal tutorials, dedicated support and classes which have no more than 22 students.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

Wolverhampton has received many accolades since its inception, including being the first university in the Midlands to be recognised by the Quality Assurance Agency. It is also extremely proud to have been commended for the learning possibilities it provides its students, a legacy it is committed to continuing long into the future.

Research

At the heart of many aspects of the University of Wolverhampton is research, covering a wide variety of disciplines. During the last 20 years, the university has heavily invested in its research activity. This outstanding work achieved has resulted in national and international recognition.

International Academy

Students learning with the International Academy benefit from personal tutorials, dedicated support, and classes which have no more than 22 students.

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Department structure

Department structure

Hundreds of courses can be studied at the University of Wolverhampton, spanning undergraduate, postgraduate, and foundation-level studies. Each faculty consists of specialist schools and institutes:

Faculty of Arts, Business and Social Sciences

  • School of Art
  • School of Humanities
  • School of Performing Arts
  • Business School
  • Law School
  • School of Social, Historical and Political Studies
  • International Academy
  • Centre for International Development and Training
  • Centre for African Entrepreneurship and Leadership

Faculty of Education, Health & Wellbeing

  • Institute of Community and Society
  • Institute of Education
  • Institute of Health
  • Institute of Human Sciences

Faculty of Science & Engineering

  • School of Architecture and Built Environment
  • School of Sciences
  • School of Engineering
  • School of Mathematics and Computer Science
  • School of Pharmacy
  • School of Medicine and Clinical Practice

The International Academy teaches pre-sessional English language and International Foundation Year courses. These are designed to prepare international students for degree-level study at the university. Short courses are also on offer, including summer and winter schools, language test preparation courses, and pre-master's study programmes.

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Department structure

Department structure

Hundreds of courses can be studied at the University of Wolverhampton, spanning undergraduate, postgraduate, and foundation-level studies. Each faculty consists of specialist schools and institutes:

Faculty of Arts, Business and Social Sciences

  • School of Art
  • School of Humanities
  • School of Performing Arts
  • Business School
  • Law School
  • School of Social, Historical and Political Studies
  • International Academy
  • Centre for International Development and Training
  • Centre for African Entrepreneurship and Leadership

Faculty of Education, Health and Wellbeing

  • Institute of Community and Society
  • Institute of Education
  • Institute of Health
  • Institute of Human Sciences

Faculty of Science and Engineering

  • School of Architecture and Built Environment
  • School of Sciences
  • School of Engineering
  • School of Mathematics and Computer Science
  • School of Pharmacy
  • School of Medicine and Clinical Practice.

The International Academy teaches pre-sessional English language and International Foundation Year courses. These are designed to prepare international students for degree-level study at the university. Short courses are also on offer, including summer and winter schools, language test preparation courses.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

International students from all over the world are welcome to apply to the University of Wolverhampton. Prospective students can visit specific country pages to see what qualifications are accepted from their country.

All students must have a good level of English language proficiency, as courses are instructed in English. Those whose native language is not English, and who don't have a GCSE in English language or equivalent, must meet the minimum language requirements. The university accepts a number of academic qualifications which are recognised globally as equivalent to UK Level Three or above. Generally, students will need a minimum of:

  • Wolverhampton English Proficiency Exam (WEPE) score of 6.0 with no section lower than 5.5
  • IELTS score of 6.0 with no section lower than 5.5
  • TOEFL score of 79 with no section lower than 19
  • PTE score of 54 with no section lower than 51

If international students are unable to meet the English language requirements for their course, they can study a pre-sessional English language course first.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

International students from all over the world are welcome to apply to the University of Wolverhampton. Prospective students can visit specific country pages to see what qualifications are accepted from their country.

All students must have a good level of English language proficiency, as courses are instructed in English. Those whose native language is not English, and who don't have a GCSE in English language or equivalent, must meet the minimum language requirements. The university accepts a number of academic qualifications which are recognised globally as equivalent to UK Level Three or above. Generally, students will need a minimum of:

  • Wolverhampton English Proficiency Exam (WEPE) score of 6.0 with no section lower than 5.5
  • IELTS score of 6.0 with no section lower than 5.5
  • TOEFL score of 79 with no section lower than 19
  • PTE score of 54 with no section lower than 51

If international students are unable to meet the English language requirements for their course, they can study a pre-sessional English language course first.

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Facilities

Facilities

Buildings

To support students, the university has invested millions of pounds in buildings and facilities. New facilities include the Springfield Campus, the Rosalind Franklin Building for science and the Lord Swraj Paul Building which houses University of Wolverhampton Business School.

Libraries

Across each of the campuses, there are libraries packed full of materials and support services such as books, online resources, social learning spaces and quiet study areas. Libraries are open 24/7 at important times throughout the year.

Accommodation

International students can choose to live in university accommodation on one of the campuses. En-suite or shared bathroom options are available. Residences are covered by 24/7 security, and bills include heating, gas, electricity, water and internet.

Sports

There are numerous sports facilities for students to make use of, mainly based at the Walsall Campus, such as a swimming pool, a 3G football pitch, sports halls, fitness suites, outdoor and indoor courts and sprint tracks.

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Facilities

Facilities

Buildings

To support students, the university has invested millions of pounds in buildings and facilities. New facilities include the Springfield Campus, the Rosalind Franklin Building for science and the Lord Swraj Paul Building which houses University of Wolverhampton Business School.

Libraries

Each campus is equipped with a library containing all the reference and study material required for all of the courses on offer, in both digital and book format. Study spaces, group work learning areas and support services are all on offer too. The libraries are open 24/7 at the peak study times throughout the academic year.

Accommodation

International students can opt to reside on campus in university accommodation with either shared or private bathroom. Residences are safe and monitored 24/7 by university security staff. Utilities and internet are included.

Sports

There are numerous sports facilities for students to make use of, mainly based at the Walsall Campus, such as a swimming pool, a 3G football pitch, sports halls, fitness suites, outdoor and indoor courts, and sprint tracks.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

An international bursary

The University of Wolverhampton has a new generous scholarships in place to support international students from 2020/21 onwards. Full-time international undergraduate or Postgraduate Taught students will be awarded GBP 1,000 towards their tuition fee costs in the first year of study.

Students who receive a conditional offer from the university are eligible for the award.

Chevening scholarships

This is the UK government's international awards scheme, which supports future leaders and influencers from all around the globe in their academic endeavours. The award covers tuition fees, flights and living expenses.

Commonwealth scholarships

The university has a number of Commonwealth scholarship schemes, including the Commonwealth Shared Scholarship and Split-Site PhD Scholarship. These are available to fund students from Commonwealth countries with their studies in the UK.

Lord Paul scholarship

This is open to all regions and is merit based. The university is looking to reward those students who have achieved very good grades in their studies prior to entering their chosen Wolverhampton undergraduate or postgraduate taught programme.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

The University of Wolverhampton is committed to investing in student talent from all over the world to create the best opportunities for students to reach their potential. The university offers a wide range of competitive scholarships to help international students fund their studies. Find out about the scholarship and funding opportunities available for international students on the website.

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