Wolverhampton is a vibrant city in the centre of England, a beautiful mix of historical buildings and modern developments.
You'll find a good choice of shops, art, theatre and sport and it's central location means that you can get to other places of interest, quickly and easily. London is just 2 hours away and Liverpool, Oxford and Manchester just about an hour or so by train.
Read some of our international students' experiences of living and studying here.
Papa Yaw Oppong–Frempong from Ghana
|Ira Tyagi from India
MSc Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology
“I learnt new techniques, which will be very helpful to me.I gained good study skills, confidence and I’m looking towards a secure future.”
|Liva Smitina from Latvia
BSc (Hons) Architectural Design Technology
"I have never felt left on my own with any kind of problem and have always been guided to the right people who were happy to help."
|Chen Zhicong from China
BA (Hons) English for International Business Communication/MA Management
"The atmosphere is so friendly and passionate ... I don’t feel like a stranger studying abroad."
|Manolie Cottin from France
BA (Hons) English for International Business Communication
"This year is my first study trip, and I love it! I feel more confident than before and I have learned a lot of things."
|Hui Wang from China
MA Contemporary Media
"I enjoyed my time at Wolverhampton. The induction week was very helpful to international students.I could find help whenever I needed it."
|Kayode Temitope (Josephine) from Nigeria
Master of Public Health
"I chose the University of Wolverhampton because it’s accessible, flexible, has fair fees and fantastic admission processes."
|Anna Szymanowska from Poland
BA (Hons) Media and Communication Studies
"During my time here I have become more independent and self-confident. I also hope that studying at a British University will help me to find a good job abroad."
|Aleksandra Domzalska from Poland
BSc (Hons) Biotechnology
“What I like the most ... is that the courses are very specialised. Lectures are delivered in an accessible way and the methods of teaching are versatile.
|Anna Nikiel from Poland
BSc (Hons) Mathematics
“I think Wolverhampton itself is a good city for students; many places are accessible by walking, it’s not very expensive, it has many pubs to hang out with friends and beautiful West Park is ideal for walks and jogging.