-following a successful recruitment period.
The University has received thousands of inquiries and is gearing up for its latest intake of students.
But potential students who are concerned they may have left it too late could still be able to sign up for a course following a Government initiative to boost certain subject areas.
Wolverhampton is one of a few universities nationally offering extra places in business, computing, engineering and science through the Government's ‘New Industry, New Jobs’ policy.
Paul Travill, Academic Registrar said: “Clearing has been a particularly busy time for the University this year, and as a result we have more new students expected to begin with us than last year.
“We do, however, have a few late places still available in some subjects as a result of the additional places allocated late in July in subjects such as business, computing, engineering and science, both at the University and in our partner further education colleges.”
The University took more than 6,000 calls on the first day of Clearing – more than double the number received last year – and places have been filling fast.
Anyone who is still interested in considering a place at University this September can call the University of Wolverhampton admissions team who can advise of remaining vacancies on 0800 953 3222. More information is available at www.wlv.ac.uk/clearing.
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