Undergraduate Courses

Our courses are global in scope and take pride in reflecting diversity.

All of our courses in the School of Humanities are taught world-class researchers, published writers, visiting lecturers from a range of industries and internationally-renowned authors. Our teaching takes place in lectures, seminars, on stage, and in a range of stimulating spaces and formats.

We also co-organise and contribute to the annual Wolverhampton Literature Festival, Verve Poetry Festival, the Much Wenlock Poetry Festival and Birmingham Literature Festival - which our students get involved in! 

The School of Humanities is based in the University's contemporary MX Building and benefits from a range of specialist facilities such as large lecture theatres and teaching rooms equipped with high-tech audio visual equipment.

Available courses:


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Creative and Professional writing

English and English Language

English Language

Philosophy, Religion and Ethics