How to apply as an international student

Applying to the University of Wolverhampton

You can apply:

Full-time, undergraduate students in the United Kingdom usually apply via the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). If you successfully apply to us as an international applicant, we will submit your application through UCAS on your behalf and even pay the application fee.

You can find out what qualifications we accept from your country by looking up your country page. On this page, you can also find details of your local agents who can help you with your application.

If you have applied as a person who will be under the age of 18 for the study intake applied for we require approval from your parent, guardian or carer prior to processing your application further - please complete the following form

What do you need to include in your application?

For us to process your application successfully, you will need to complete the online form, which needs to be supported by the following documents:

  • Proof of ID - Copy of your current passport front and back page. we require all applicants to upload proof of ID, if you have a passport please add this to your e:Vision account. If all your documentation does not match your current or previous name, we require a document confirming the change in your names such as an affidavit or marriage certificate.
  • Academic Transcripts and/or Certificates - Evidence of English Language Qualifications - We require all applicants to provide an English Language equivalent qualification. Acceptable qualifications can be found here
  • Academic References - this information will be dependent on country applying from and specific to the qualifications and course entry criteria. We will require copies of degree/diploma certificates or work reference if employed.
  • Personal Statement - We require a satisfactory personal statement, including your reasons for wanting to study in the UK and specifically the University of Wolverhampton. If you have already provided one as part of your application and you still have this condition outstanding, then your personal statement has been deemed unsatisfactory and we require a new one. Use the university template
  • Additional documents (Portfolio, research proposal, CV, ATAS certificate, Work experience letter).

It is important that you upload all your documents onto e-Vision. The Admissions Office will process your application and, if the application is complete, will endeavour to respond with a decision as soon as we can.

Help with your application

We're happy to help you through the application process every step of the way.  For advice on the application process, contact the recruitment team.

If you are unable to apply to the University of Wolverhampton using any of the channels above, please contact the Admissions Unit on for assistance. 

Dates and Deadlines - September 2023



Friday 18th August 2023

Pre CAS Interview Deadline

Friday 25th August 2023

Recommended Deposit Date

Friday 1st September 2023

Last Date for CAS Request

Monday 25th September 2023

Welcome Week Begins

Monday 2nd October 2023

Teaching Begins

Monday 16th October 2023

Enrolment Closes 

*Please note these dates may change.


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