What is Science Without Borders (SWB)?
Science without Borders (Ciência sem Fronteiras) is a Brazilian Government scholarship programme which aims to send 101,000 Brazilian students on undergraduate sandwich courses, PhD sandwich courses and full PhDs to study in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and creative industries at top universities around the world.
What courses do we offer?
At the University of Wolverhampton we offer Brazilian students on the Science Without Borders scheme a chance to study the courses below. Students are also able to select a mixture of modules from the courses to ensure that they are in-line with their degree in Brazil and providing the opportunity to further their study in particular fields. Please take a look at the course guides for the modules within each course.
BSc Building Surveying
BSc Commercial Management and Quantity Surveying
BSc Construction Management
BSc Quantity Surveying
BEng Civil Engineering H200
BSc Civil and Environmental Engineering H300
BSc Architectural Design Technology K236
BSc Interior Architecture and Property Development KK1G
BSc Environmental Health B912
BSc Mathematics G100
BSc Mathematical Sciences
BSc Industrial Mathematics
BSc Business Information Systems G500 / GN51
BSc Computer Science G400
BSc Computer Science (Games Development) G451
BSc Computer Science (Software Engineering) G600
BSc Computer Systems Engineering G410
BSc Computing G401
BSc Information Technology G501
BSc Information Technology Management G560
BSc Information Technology Security G550
What are the entry requirements?
If you have good grades in your studies so far and meet the English language requirements, you will be made an offer to study at the University of Wolverhampton. For those students who don't meet the English language requirements we also offer 3 month pre-sessional English courses through Science without Borders.
How many places are available at University of Wolverhampton?
We currently have unlimited spaces available on the majority of our undergraduate courses.
|IELTS Level||Duration of Course||Start Date|
|4.5||15 weeks||20th June 2015|
|5.0||10 weeks||13th July 2015|
|5.5||6 weeks||29th August 2015|
All our Science Without Borders students are offered university-owned accommodation close to campus which includes:
- Free Gym Membership
- 24 hour Security and CCTV
- 24 hour support and pastoral care
- FREE Wifi and wired internet
- All gas, electricity and water bills included
- All communal areas are cleaned daily
The University of Wolverhampton offers all SWB students free careers support. Our dedicated SWB careers support team is available to help with CV writing, interview skills and presentation skills.
The team meet with all SWB students one-to-one to establish the students placement goals. The careers team endeavour to provide placements for all students in their relevant field, and last year this was successful for all students.
Examples of Placements
- ZF Lemforder
- Wolverhampton Homes
- LS Manufacturing
- Chineham Dental Surgery
- Age UK
- Void Games
Students who do not wish to take an internship can choose to study a fully supported research project. The University has allocated budget for these research projects to enable you to have the highest level of satisfaction during your stay here.
The University of Wolverhampton has areas of research ranked among the best in the world. The 2008 Research Assessment Excercise (RAE) produced outstanding results for the university, with research achieving the highest four star rating.
Faculty of Health and Wellbeing
|Health Care||Sport, Performance and Excercise and Health|
Faculty of Science and Engineering
Computer Science and Informatics
Materials and Manufacturing
Mathmatics and Statistics
Medical and Cancer Research
|Transport and Infrastructure||
Faculty of Arts
Art, Critique and Social Practice
|Creative Processes in the Performing Arts||Digital Theory, Technology and Practice|
Material & Theoretical Practice (includes Fine Art, Glass, Ceramics)
|Pedagogy & Visual Communications|
Contact us at email@example.com by email for further information about Science Without Borders programme.