Coaching and volunteering opportunities in sport.
Participating in sport for fun is a great part of University life, come and try different sports at our City and Walsall Campus Sports Centres.
Find out about the wealth of sports teams we have at Wolverhampton, many of whom compete in BUCS.
UoW Sport offers 30 Individual Scholarships and an annual Team Scholarship. The impact of the scheme is designed to contribute to increased student recruitment, enhanced student experience, improved student employability, and improved BUCS rankings.
Many of our students and graduates compete at an elite level. Jarryd Dunn graduated from BSc (Hons) Sport and Exercise Science in 2013 and is now competing for Team GB. In September 2015 he won his first bronze at the World Athletics Championships in Beijing.
Jodie Myers trains at the British Judo Centre of Excellence at the University’s Walsall Campus whilst studying Event and Venue Management, in 2014 she won her first silver medal at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Jack Hodgson made his first Paralympic appearance at Rio 2016 finishing 7th. In 2015 he claimed bronze at the IBSA European Judo Championships, for visually impaired competitors.
British Universities & Colleges Sport (BUCS) is the national governing body for Higher Education (HE) sport in the UK. We had a very successful 2014/15 season with Team Wolverhampton's Men's Basketball and Men's Rugby reaching the semi-finals of the cup. Women's football won their league and the 2014 Varsity against Staffordshire University was also won by Team Wolverhampton by 10 - 3.
To find out more about gym memberships, swimming, exercise classes or our facilities visit WLV Gym.