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Guyana

A warm welcome to Wolverhampton in the heartland of the UK, home to the University of Wolverhampton.

For years, the University of Wolverhampton has welcomed students from all over the world – and we look forward to welcoming you. We have a lot to offer you, not just as a University but as a city that is one of the cheapest cities to live, in the UK with great transport links to the rest of the country. You can also have an opportunity of living on campus and experiencing University life first hand in our wide choice of accommodation.

Meet new people in and out of lectures, with plenty of things to do in the city – and remember to join one of the Students’ Union societies such as the Afro-Caribbean Society. Enjoy great transport links make it easy to explore the UK – and other countries, too.

Entry requirements for students from Guyana

International Foundation Year

Students with a minimum score of 3 at General Proficiency in the Caribbean Examinations Council Secondary Education Certificate when studied from 1998 onwards are eligible for entrance to the International Foundation Year.

Students with a minimum score of 2 at General Proficiency in the Caribbean Examinations Council Secondary Education Certificate when studied before 1998 onwards are eligible for entrance to the International Foundation Year. 

Undergraduate

Students holding the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination with a minimum score of IV are eligible for entrance to bachelor programmes.

Students with a minimum score of IV in the 2-3 year Associate degree are eligible for entrance to Bachelor programmes.

Students with a minimum score of IV in the 3-4 year Associate degree can be considered for entrance to the second year of Bachelor programmes. 

Postgraduate

Students who have completed a Master’s degree or Graduate Diploma from a NARIC or government recognised institution would be eligible for Master’s degrees.

The standard marking system is comparable to that used in the UK. 

English Language Requirements

Guyana is a ‘majority English-speaking’ country – according to the UKVI the following applies:

You do not have to confirm English language competence for: Those who have previously completed an academic qualification equivalent to a UK degree which was taught in what we call a ‘majority English-speaking’ country or those who are nationals from what we call ‘majority English- speaking’ countries.