About the University
The University of Wolverhampton is a public research university located on four campuses in the heart of England.
Originally founded in 1827, the university received university status in 1992. The university offers over 380 courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate.
The university ranked 112th in the UK in The Guardian's University Rankings 2021 and holds a TEF Silver Award.
Times Higher Education Rankings
Guardian Academic Rankings
The university offers en-suite and shared accommodation on each campus.
All accommodation is accessible by a free shuttle bus between each campus and is a easy and quick commute from the city centre. There are also single-sex blocks and blocks exclusively for mature students too!
The university has a range of facilities, with most Schools having their own computer labs, libraries and social learning spaces.
The Technology Centre on City Campus also has over 600 PCs for students and a variety of teaching and learning spaces.
The university's Students' Union runs over 60 societies for its members as well as a rich and diverse sports programme. Each society is set up and run by students with support from the Union.
Wolverhampton is a busy city environment boasting a wealth of clubs, bars, restaurants, cafes and shops.
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