Study a University of Wolverhampton Degree Outside the UK - Transnational Education (TNE)
The University of Wolverhampton is one of the largest universities in the UK. It has over 23,000 full and part-time students, including more than 2,500 international students studying in the UK and a growing number studying in their own country.
The University performs a vital role in the delivery of high quality education and training to the UK and wider global community. We have strong links with a large number of overseas Universities and work with a network of Transnational partners.
The University has a dedicated team in the UK and across the globe to offer support to our TNE student community. You do not need to come to the UK to study a UK degree and best of all, you can study some courses on a part time basis.
A rich history
The University has a long history of delivering programes with partners both in the UK and abroad with student numbers increasing considerably over a range of courses from Higher National Diplomas (HNDs), honours degrees and taught postgraduate courses. Some examples include India, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Singapore, China, Ireland, Cyprus and France.
The University has an extensive range of research partners and has worked in close partnership with national governments, donors, agencies, NGOs ,institutions and consulting companies in Asia, Africa, Latin America, Europe and the South Pacific.
Transnational Education - find out more
The University has over 20 TNE partners offering a variety of courses across our four faculties. The University is consistently seeking new TNE partners to ensure we are offering maximum choice to our applicants.