University of Wolverhampton City Campus

How to find the Open Day

Wolverhampton City Campus

Open Day reception - Ambika Paul Building

City Campus (Wulfruna)
Wulfruna Street
Wolverhampton
WV1 1LY

See an interactive campus map

Travelling by car

Junction 10 of the M6 is the nearest motorway junction. Follow the signs for Wolverhampton along the A454. Upon reaching the ring road (A4150), follow signs the city centre, public car parking is available at the Civic Centre and Broad Street.

Parking

Free car parking is available for Open Day visitors in the University's staff car parks on Molinuex Street, adjacent to Molineux Stadium.

Travelling by public transport

By Train

Wolverhampton station is well served with trains from Birmingham every 10-15 minutes. Trains from London, Manchester, Liverpool, Bristol, north Wales and Edinburgh also call at Wolverhampton. For timetables visit: National Rail Enquiries.

By Bus

The city is well connected by local and national services. Most local bus services will arrive into Wolverhampton bus station, with routes from Birmingham, Walsall, Dudley, West Bromwich and other parts of Wolverhampton. Information about bus tickets and timetables.

National Express long distance coach services also call at the bus station.

Walking directions from the train and bus Station - 10 minutes approx

Look for our student ambassadors at the train station to point you in the right direction – look for the yellow umbrellas!

  • From the train station - when you exit the station, walk straight ahead and veer right across the road bridge going over the ring road. At the crossroads continue straight ahead down Lichfield Street .
  • From the bus station - walk straight ahead as you exit, passing Costa on your left. When you reach the crossroads (with the Chubb Building ahead of you) turn left down Lichfield Street.
  • You will see the Britannia Hotel and the Grand Theatre on your left as you continue down Lichfield Street.
  • At the next junction when you reach the Royal London Buildings turn right – you will see The George in front of you. This marks the beginning of the 'University Quarter'
  • When you get to The George, carry straight on left and then follow the road around to your right, passing St Peters Church on your left.
  • Open Day Reception will be in the Ambika Paul Building, on your right.

By Metro

The Midland Metro tram runs between Birmingham and Wolverhampton via West Bromwich and Wednesbury. Leave the tram at the terminus – Wolverhampton St. Georges. See Network West Midlands for timetables and more details.

Walking directions from the Metro - 10 minutes approx.

  • Upon exiting the Metro stop, walk straight ahead towards Primark, cross the road and then take a right alongside Marks and Spencers
  • Continue along this road (Market Street) – it will bend slightly to the right then back to the left. Keep going until you reach a crossroads – you will have The Hooded Ram bar on your left and the Royal London Buildings directly in front of you.
  • Cross over and continue in the same direction until you reach another crossroads – you will see The George in front of you. This is the beginning of the 'University Quarter'.
  • When you get to The George, carry straight on left and then follow the road around to your right, passing St Peters Church on your left.
  • Open Day Reception will be in the Ambika Paul Building, on your right.

Free campus shuttle

You can catch our free Open Day shuttle bus to take you between Wolverhampton City and Walsall Campuses, as well as Walsall town centre.