University Of Wolverhampton
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Why choose the University of Wolverhampton?

On 1 September 1969, the College was officially designated a Polytechnic.  Comprising six Faculties: Applied Science, Art and Design, Arts, Engineering, Social Sciences and Faculty of Education was established in 1977. In the seventies, Wolverhampton developed into a truly international community with students from Iran, Malaysia, and Nigeria, and the delivery of Wolverhampton courses internationally beginning to flourish.

In 1992, Wolverhampton Polytechnic was granted university status and became the University of Wolverhampton. Today the Faculties offer courses in over 70 different subjects, and over 4,000 students graduate from Wolverhampton each year.

Wolverhampton focuses on continuing to invest in our students, staff, alumni and the local and international community. We have invested more than £125 million on-campus developments and teaching facilities, including £50 million on improving our facilities at Walsall Campus; the innovative Performance Hub; new and refurbished Students’ Unions and further modernisation of our Learning Centres.

Source: University of Wolverhampton official website  - https://www.wlv.ac.uk/

Facts about University of Wolverhampton:

  • The University of Wolverhampton offers over 500 courses to unlock your potential.
  • 96% of graduate employability by Destination of Leavers from Higher Education survey, 2017.
  • Teaching and provision that has been recognised as exceeding national quality requirements for UK higher education by Teaching Excellence Framework awarded Silver in June 2018.

Source: University of Wolverhampton official website  - https://www.wlv.ac.uk/


The City Campus is right in the centre of Wolverhampton. It is a seven-minute walk from both the train station and St Georges Metro terminus, and a five-minute walk from the main bus station.

  • From the train station - as you exit walk straight ahead and veer right across the road bridge going over the ring road.
  • From the bus station - walk straight ahead as you exit, past WH Smiths on your left and continue to the crossroads.
  • At the crossroads continue straight ahead down Lichfield Street, you will see the Britannia hotel and The Grand Theatre on your left as you continue down the road.
  • At the next junction where you reach The Hooded Ram, and the Royal London Buildings turn right – you will see The George in front of you. This is the beginning of the 'University Quarter'
  • From the Metro - upon exiting the Metro station, walk towards Primark, cross the road and then take a right alongside Marks and Spencers
  • Continue along this road - it will bend slightly to the right and then back to the left. Keep going until you reach a crossroads - you will have The Hooded Ram on your left.
  • Cross over and continue in the same direction around the Royal London Buildings. You should now see George in front of you.

Source: University of Wolverhampton official website  - https://www.wlv.ac.uk/

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