The student community at Wolverhampton is incredibly diverse – with students of all ages, from across the world, pursuing their ambitions together.
The university's broad subject portfolio also offers opportunities for studying abroad, work placements and personal development.
Routes include short courses, integrated foundation years and master's degrees, with selected courses available part-time, by flexible or distance learning.
The University of Wolverhampton focuses on putting students first. Three main teaching campuses (in Wolverhampton, Walsall and Telford) offer a wide range of courses, many accredited by professional bodies. While each campus has areas of specialism, some subjects – such as nursing – are available at several locations. As the 'university of opportunity', it also offers courses with partners nationwide, bringing its teaching to students' doorsteps.