A warm welcome to Wolverhampton in the heartland of the UK, home to the University of Wolverhampton. For years, the University of Wolverhampton has welcomed students from Belize - and we look forward to welcoming you!
Information for students from Belize
We offer the 4 Year International Foundation Year (IFY) integrated degree routes in Arts; Education, Health and Wellbeing; Science and Engineering and Social Sciences are designed for international students (or for students for whom English is not their first language). This route will suit students whose qualifications fall below the entry requirements to undergraduate study and/or those whose English language level does not meet the minimum criteria. The 4 year integrated IFY courses prepare students in academic subjects, English language and study skills enabling progression onto most undergraduate degree courses at the University of Wolverhampton, subject to professional body requirements.
Entry to these foundation programmes may require you to have studied specific subjects at high school.
Students wishing to pursue the International Foundation Year (IFY) at the University of Wolverhampton will need to obtain a minimum score of 3 at General Proficiency in the Caribbean Examinations Council Secondary Education Certificate (when studied from 1998 onwards)
Please note: you only need to take a foundation programme if your qualifications are not suitable for your chosen degree.
The University considers students for undergraduate study who have completed:
- GCE A levels Community
- College Diploma may be acceptable.
- Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE) Six Caribbean Examination Council, Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examinations (CAPE) at Grade III (3) or above. They may be 6 individual units, 3 double units or a combination. Subjects required for entry should be taken as a double unit.
For entry to a postgraduate degree programme (Master's) at the University of Wolverhampton, students typically need to have completed a three undergraduate degree (Honours Bachelor degree or Professional degree) from the University of the West Indies (Barbados, Jamaica or Trinidad Tobago campuses), University of Guyana, National University of Technology or any degree that is accredited by Accreditation Council of Trinidad and Tobago or the University Council of Jamaica with 2:2 or above. Exact requirements will depend on the postgraduate degree you are applying for and the institution you have studied at.
Please note: This information is provided as a guide only. Some courses may have specific entry requirements that are listed on the relevant course page. Please check for any additional subject/course specific requirements before submitting your application.
Foundation - English Language requirements:
Standard English Language Requirements - IELTS 5.5 with a minimum of 5.5 in all components or equivalent
Undergraduate - English Language requirements:
Standard English Language requirements - IELTS 6.0 or equivalent Caribbean Examinations Council (CSC) English Grade C or above
Postgraduate - English Language requirements:
Standard English Language requirements - IELTS 6.5 or equivalent Caribbean Examinations Council (CSC) English Grade C or above
Pre-sessional English and Academic Skills
If you need to raise your English language skills, you can attend one of our intensive Pre-sessional English and Academic Skills course Satisfactory achievement on one of these courses can be used to meet the University of Wolverhampton's English language entry requirements in place of other external language examinations.
Due to the ongoing coronavirus (Covid-19) situation, we are currently not travelling. Please regularly check these pages to see when we will next be in your country or region
The University of Wolverhampton is officially represented by a number of professional agencies, whom we work closely with to ensure that you receive the best possible advice on your study options.
We make regular visits to our representatives' offices to keep their staff up to date on University developments and advise prospective students on study opportunities. Whilst it is not compulsory, we do encourage you to consult a local representative. Their experienced staff will guide you on the best choice of course and provide you with practical advice on your application.
The University demands that every agent acts in an ethical and professional manner that will benefit students, agents and the university itself. You will find a list of our agents below. Our agents are vetted and go through a very thorough appointment process before they become representatives of the university. However, if you have any concerns about any of the agents listed below, please contact us at email@example.com
For more information on studying at the University of Wolverhampton, please contact:
Global Opportunties Office
T: +44 1902 322474
Further information can also be obtained at:
- British Council - information on British international cultural and educational opportunities
- Public Health England - latest information and advice from the UK government
- Foreign and Commonwealth Office – foreign travel advice
- World Health Organization - information and guidance from WHO
- Home Office - immigration guidance