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.