The University of Wolverhampton is a global university, providing students with first class education for over 190 years.  From our central UK location, we provide opportunities to our students from home or abroad, in the UK and in countries around the world – helping you to develop the knowledge, skills and confidence to thrive in the global economy.

Each year, we welcome many hundreds of international students from over 100 nations to the University, who join us to study at one of our UK campuses or partner institutions overseas.  Wherever you are studying with us, we put you – our students – first in our efforts to provide the best possible student experience, as well as improving your overall life chances and employability.

The University has made a significant investment in its teaching and learning spaces, creating state-of the-art-facilities for students and staff. Following notable investment at Walsall Campus that resulted in our iconic Performance Hub, Learning Centre and a new Institute of Sport, including the British Judo Centre of Excellence, recent years have seen our Campus landscape develop even further. The £25 million Rosalind Franklin Science Centre, a state-of-the-art science centre, opened for teaching in 2014 and the following year established the new £18million Lord Swraj Paul Building, home to the University of Wolverhampton Business School.

Further investment in engineering is set to transform Telford Innovation Campus, while our plans have been approved for the new Springfield Campus, which will develop the former Springfield Brewery into a centre of excellence for construction and the built environment.

With 300 undergraduate courses and over 200 postgraduate options mean your students can find something to match their needs and ambitions.

We look forward to meeting you!

Type of Courses

Accounting and finance
Animation, Games and Film Production
Animals plants and the land
Applied Arts
Architecture and design
Biological sciences
Biomedical science
Broadcasting, Film and Media Studies
Built Environment and Civil Engineering
Business and management
Childhood Family and Community Studies
Chemistry
Chemical Engineering
Community health
Computing
Dance
Design
Digital media
Drama
Economics
Education Studies
English as a Foreign Language
Engineering and technology
English, Linguistics and Creative Writing
Environment and Geography
Environment
Film studies
Fine art
Forensic science
Health and social care
History politics and war studies
Human resources
Interpreting (BSL/English) and Deaf Studies
International Foundation Years
Information technology and mathematics
International Pre-Masters
Law
Leisure industries management
Marketing
Mathematics and statistics
Midwifery
Music
Musical Theatre
Nursing
Pharmacy pharmaceutical science and pharmacology
Psychology
Religion, Philosophy and Cultural Heritage
Special Needs and Inclusion Studies
Social work
Sociology social policy and criminology
Sport and physical activity
Teaching
Uniformed services
Visual communications
World and sign language

Schools or Faculties

  • Faculty of Art
  • Faculty of Science and Engineering
  • Faculty of Health, Education and Wellbeing
  • Faculty of Social Science

Job Prospects & Employability

According to the 2017 Destination of Leavers from Higher Education report, 96.3% of our students are in work or further study six months after graduation, our best ever result, and putting us in the UK top 5 for graduate employability for universities of our size.

Scholarships

There are many types of scholarships are available for the international student. Please contact us for scholarships enquiries.