Has your place on a course been confirmed through Clearing? Congratulations, you’re ready to start your University of Wolverhampton student journey

So, what happens next? We’ve put together a checklist of things to consider before you join us, including helpful contacts and services to make your transition as easy as possible.


Are you planning on making the move to Wolverhampton to study with us? Our student accommodation is excellent value for money. If you are applying to the University for the first time, you can apply for a place in University accommodation as soon as you have received a Conditional Firm offer.

We process applications on a first come, first served basis, so please make your application as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.


Now that your place is confirmed on your course, you probably have money on the brain.

Don’t worry – if you have applied for a course through Clearing, there’s still time to get some financial support in time for the start of your course. Apply now on the Gov.uk website.

If you have already applied for student finance but your course or University have changed due to the Clearing process, you will need to inform Student Finance England of the changes.

If your funding is delayed, we can help. You can apply for an Emergency loan or one of our offered bursaries or scholarships.

Find out more about fees, funding, financial support and other Money Matters.

Jobs, placements and volunteering

Are you looking for a part-time job to help fund your studies? Perhaps a placement or volunteering to enhance your experience and skills? Visit the Workplace to see what opportunities are available.

Disability services

At the University of Wolverhampton, we are dedicated to providing all our students with access to first-class education. You can speak to our dedicated team about assessing your support needs, applying for funding and more – simply get in touch with us at the Student Enabling Centre. 


Got a little one to think about, as well as your studies? Little Scholars is our own subsidised nursery on City Campus, graded ‘outstanding’ in all areas by Ofsted in 2010. The 50-place nursery is open to staff, students and members of the public, catering for children between two and five years of age.

Take a weight off your mind, knowing your child is safe and in care during your studies, with Little Scholars Nursery.