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University of Wolverhampton

Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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Public University

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Established in 1992

About

The University of Wolverhampton is an English public university with four campuses spread over the West Midlands, Shropshire, and Staffordshire. The Wolverhampton Tradesmen's and Mechanics' Institute was created in 1827, and the Wolverhampton Free Library grew in the nineteenth century, developing technical, scientific, commercial, and general classes. The university is divided into four faculties, each of which comprises eighteen schools and institutes. It presently has 18,875 students and provides over 380 undergraduate and graduate programmes.

The city campus is in the heart of Wolverhampton, with a second in Walsall and a third in Telford. The University of Wolverhampton Science Park serves as a fourth campus in Wolverhampton. In Burton-upon-Trent, the institution also runs a Health Education Center for nursing students.

Top Reasons to Study in the University of Wolverhampton

The University of Wolverhampton offers a wide range of undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral programmes. Besides academics, international students can participate in extracurricular activities such as athletics, art, and music, which keep them engaged and passionate about their hobbies. Foreign students are not financially burdened because the university is located in a relatively inexpensive neighborhood. Wolverhampton received the largest sum for a new university in the West Midlands, with a QR allocation of 1.905 million GBP.

  • University of Wolverhampton Scholarship Program helps international students to manage their expenses.
  • The university provides internationally- recognised qualifications, with over 250 UG degrees and 120 PG programmes. 
  • The University has a graduate employability rate of 96%. University of Wolverhampton graduates earn a respectable starting income from 41,000 to 53,000 GBP ( 40,68,661 to 52,59,179 INR)
  • Computer Science, Law,  Animation,  Engineering, and Education are among  the university's most popular courses.

Cost of Studying at University of Wolverhampton

Average tuition fee

Reasonable

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123

Living expenses

Average living expenses (Bachelors)

£26,226

Average living expenses (Masters)

£27,226

Average on-campus living expenses

£12,276

Rankings for The University of Wolverhampton

#1001

The World University Rankings

#1001

QS World University Rankings


More rankings for this university

These are the University of Wolverhampton Global Rankings from different organizations in 2022:

Organization University Rank in 2022
The Complete University Guide #124
The Guardian #106

Admissions at The University of Wolverhampton

Application Fee

£20 - £22


How to Apply at University of Wolverhampton

International UG aspirants can apply through one of the following platforms:

  • Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS)
  • UOW Online Application System
  • UOW’s Contracted Educational Advisers

If you apply directly to the selected university and get accepted, the university will submit your application to UCAS on your behalf and pay your application fee.

Steps

  • Create an account and fill in the essential details.
  • Choose a programme, a course, and fill out other pertinent information.
  • Make sure you fill out all of the form's discrete sections.
  • Before submitting the form, upload the relevant papers and properly review your application.

Note: The University of Wolverhampton application fee is: UG (Single Course) - 20 GBP (1,981 INR) | UG (Multiple Courses) 26 GBP (2,580 INR)

Application Portal: UG- UCAS | PG- Graduate Application


Documents Required to Apply to University of Wolverhampton

If the original academic transcripts are not in English, international applicants must submit a certified translated version of the same. For both undergraduate and postgraduate students, proof of English language proficiency is also required.

Apart from that, the following documents must be attached to the application:

  • Statement of purpose
  • Letters of Recommendation (LORs)
  • Resume
  • Statements of financial support
  • A copy of your passport

Exams Accepted By the University

The University of Wolverhampton admission requirements vary significantly. As a result, before commencing their applications, applicants should thoroughly check the prerequisites of the course they plan to enroll in.

Courses Exams
MS IELTS: 6.0-6.5, PTE: 54.0 & Above
BBA IELTS: 6.0 & Above, PTE: 54.0 & Above
MIM IELTS: 6.0-6.5, PTE: 54.0 & Above
B.E./ B.Tech IELTS: 6.0 & Above, PTE: 54.0 & Above
M.Pharma IELTS: 6.0 & Above
B.Sc. IELTS: 6.0 & Above, PTE: 54.0 & Above

English Proficiency Requirements

For University of Wolverhampton eligibility, applicants must score the following on English proficiency tests:

Tests Minimum Score Required
TOEFL (iBT) 79
Cambridge English (Proficiency:CPE) Pass
Cambridge English (Advanced: CAE) Level B2
PTE Academic 54
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International Students

% of international students in the university

11.9

Total International Students in the university

2500


Alumni

The University of Wolverhampton has a long list of distinguished alumni, including Nandcoomar Bodha (Former Politician), Chauhdry Abdul Rashid JP (Birmingham's Former Mayor), Jeff Randall (Business Journalist), and Anish Kapoor (British Sculptor) among many others.

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Campus

Number of campuses the university has
4

Campus locations
Wolverhampton

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Transportation in the city

  • A number of transportation options are available in the region, including the university shuttle bus, a comprehensive public transport network.
  • If you're traveling in the West Midlands and Shropshire, the public transport network provides an affordable, reliable means of transportation.

Services offered by the university

  • A 300-seat lecture theater, a campus café, an exhibition gallery, a social learning area, and 10,000 square meters of classroom space are all housed in the Millennium City Building. 
  • The Harrison Learning Center is a four-story building that houses libraries with both traditional and digital sources. 
  • The Rosalind Franklin Building houses scientific equipment, teaching and research facilities and is the most recent addition to the site.
  • The university's Arena Theater has a 150-seat auditorium, a 100-seat studio, and a 50-seat seminar room, which are used for a variety of professional programmes and community activities. 
  • A black box theater, chaplaincy, video store, dance studios, and IT services are part of the other on-site amenities.
  • Engineering, Computing, Business, the Built environment, and Social Work are offered at the University’s Telford Innovation Campus. 
  • The executive learning suite, IT suite, cafeteria, central social area, consulting rooms, and innovative lecture spaces are all located in the six-story Lord Swaraj Paul Building.

Student life

The City Campus is the main university campus,located in the heart of Wolverhampton, West Midlands. This campus houses the majority of the academic departments, administrative offices, student support services, and three residence halls.

  • Music, dance, sports, event management, hospitality & tourism, health, and education departments are all available at the Walsall Campus in Staffordshire. It contains a Student Village, which can accommodate around 300 students.
  • A swimming pool, practice halls, pitches, tracks, and workout facilities are all located on campus in the Sports Center.
  • University of Wolverhampton cost/fees is 9,000 GBP - 11,250 GBP (8,93,147 - 11,16,469.69 INR)

 


On campus accomodation

Incoming undergraduate and postgraduate students at the University of Wolverhampton have access to around 1000 rooms. However, the institution does not guarantee accomodation to any incoming student. The rooms are assigned on a first-come, first-serve basis on campus.

There are two types of housing available on all university campuses:

  • 6-12 students share a kitchen and bathroom in standard housing.
  • Ensuite, where six students share a corridor with their own bathroom and a shared kitchen.

All of the gas, electricity,water, internet access, insurance, laundry, and food charges are included in the lodging costs.

The average annual cost of living at the University of Wolverhampton is 4,576 GBP (4,54,191 INR)


Faculty

University Faculty:Student Ratio

1:21

University Faculty Stats

The University is a thriving community of staff from all Nations and ethnicities.There are 1,152 academic instructors, 1,170 administrative staff members, and 456 manual laborers at the university who work tirelessly to ensure high-quality education and clerical support.

Opportunities

University Endowments Value

323000

Research opportunities at university

The Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) has increased funding for University of Wolverhampton's Quality Research by 1,290 percent (QR). In the most current Research Excellence Framework (REF) in 2014, the institution received its best-ever ratings, with all of the Research Centers that submitted being evaluated as having 'world-leading' components.

The Statistical Cybermetrics Research Group's mathematicians and information scientists were ranked first in the world for research quality in The 2017 Shanghai Rankings for Library and Information Science.


Internship opportunities (Part time job opportunities)

The institution provides a number of work experience opportunities that can help you improve your CV and future employment possibilities. 

  • 12 month sandwich placement
    As part of their degree programme, all undergraduate students at the University of Wolverhampton Business School have the chance to work at a 12-month industry placement.

  • Overseas placements/internships
    Overseas placements/internships provide excellent international work experience and a unique learning opportunity that will not only improve your CV but also give you a better understanding of different cultures and customs.

  • Volunteering
    Volunteering is a fantastic way to earn valuable work experience, graduate skills, and feel good about supporting a specific organization or cause close to your heart.

  • Summer Internships
    A summer internship is a great way to gain job experience during the summer, expand your education, improve your talents, and strengthen your resume. Internships can range from two to twelve weeks in length and can be full-time, part-time & paid or unpaid.

Placement - Companies and average salaries offered

The University of Wolverhampton is well-known for its high percentage of employability. In 2019-20, the university had a 96 percent employment rate. The highest-paid university graduates work as Program and Project Management experts, earning an annual salary of 87,000 GBP (86,34,057 INR). While the lowest paid university graduates earn 51,000 GBP (50,61,496 INR) per year as Retail Trade and Craft professions

Contact


Email

international@wlv.ac.uk

Address

University of Wolverhampton Wulfruna Street Wolverhampton WV1 1LY


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FAQs

1. Is there any financial help or scholarships offered to international students by the University of Wolverhampton?
To assist overseas students settling into the country, the University of Wolverhampton offers significant scholarships. An international bursary of GBP 1,000 (INR 99,234) is provided to incoming international students. All overseas students enrolled in a full-time programme are eligible to apply for the same.

2. What are my chances of getting into Wolverhampton University?
With a 20-30% acceptance rate, UOW has a rigorous admissions and review process. It's a tough university to get into, especially for international students. Once you've submitted your application, the Admissions staff will evaluate it against the specified entrance criteria for the course you've applied for, and if accepted, you'll receive an offer. Additional prerequisites, including tests, interviews, auditions, and portfolio evaluations are required for some courses.

3. At the University of Wolverhampton, how many Indian/international students are enrolled?
There are nearly 24,000 students at the university, with 18,828 undergraduates and 4,338 graduate students. There are 2,847 that form the Indian student community at the university..

4. Can I work while studying at the University of Wolverhampton?
Yes, you can work at the University of Wolverhampton while pursuing your studies. Part-time job is advantageous not only for financial support while studying, but also for tangible work experience which translates into a CV that demonstrates transferrable abilities to prospective employers.

5. Will a student need a visa if he/she is just going for a semester?
You can apply for a Short Term Study Visa even if you are going for less than six months.