University of Wolverhampton
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- The university offers both standard and en-suite options in student accommodation, allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
- All student accommodation is situated on-campus, only five minutes' walk to lecture theatres and university facilities. Accommodation is available at the Wolverhampton City, Walsall and Telford campuses, each with its own distinct character.
- If lectures (or nights out!) are at a different campus, students can travel between campuses for free on the university’s shuttle bus, running early 'til late.
|Self-Catered||from £3,182 to £3,811 per year|
- Granted city status in 2000, Wolverhampton has plenty to offer its student population – with growing investment making it a vibrant and exciting place to live at reasonable cost.
- Experience the unmistakable sound of the Black Country along with the bargains at its markets, or delve into the past and tread the same cobbles as the Peaky Blinders gang at the nearby Black Country Living Museum.
Culture and Nightlife
- For a great student night out, students can take their pick of nightclubs, bars and pubs – or join others at the Students' Union on Thursdays for the Block Party.
- Whatever your interest or budget, Wolverhampton has something to offer: cinemas and theatres, galleries, gigs and concerts, cafés and restaurants, as well as a range of outdoor activities – not least the Wolverhampton Wanderers football at Molineux stadium.
- Wolverhampton City Campus is based in the heart of Wolverhampton, within easy reach of the student halls, the train and bus stations, and all the leisure and shopping the city offers.
- From Wolverhampton there are train, bus and tram networks to explore the region, with travel times to Birmingham taking less than 20 minutes by train.