he University of Wolverhampton is a dynamic, innovative and business focused university in the heart of England. The University of Wolverhampton campuses in the City, Walsall and Telford houses the Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Social Sciences, Faculty of Science and Engineering and Faculty of Education, Health and Wellbeing.
Study Fees for 1 year
Accommodation + Living Costs (Estimated)
£ 800 (RM5104) per month
Total fees (Approx.) at current exchange rate for 1 Year
£11,000 x 6.38 = RM70,180
he City of Wolverhampton is a vibrant city in the heart of England, a beautiful mix of historical buildings and modern developments. The city has excellent transport links to London (90 minutes), Birmingham (20 minutes) and Manchester (60 minutes).
Top reasons to study at the University of Wolverhampton:
• Modern facilities – Invested around £125m to ensure that our facilities are world class.
• Outstanding student support
• Industry approved and accredited courses
• Making university accessible
• Encouraging entrepreneurship and enterprise
• Enhancing student employability
• World-leading research
• Vibrant Student community
• Strong alumni community
In 180 years the University of Wolverhampton has become one of the largest higher education providers in the country. With several campuses in the West Midlands, and an increasing international presence, the University prides itself on being a place of opportunity for its students, staff and the communities and businesses it engages with.
The University has 21,000 students from 100 different countries – including around 2,500 international students living and studying in Wolverhampton. Over 800 academics share their expertise at the University and offers over 900 courses at foundation, Undergraduate and postgraduate level. The University teaches it curriculum in four continents around the globe with over 1,300 students abroad.
The University has areas of research ranked among the best in the world. The 2008 Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) ranked eight of 11 areas of research as “Worldleading”.
2013 winners of Times Higher Education Award: Knowledge Exchange/Transfer Initiative of the Year – placing recently qualified graduates within businesses to work on projects to help boost performance and profitability.
Facilities and learning resources
Staff and advice support, learning centres (Library) with long opening hours, Online library with over 8,000 full-text electronic journals, virtual learning, wireless network with over 490 wireless hotspots, free email address.
Students’ Union, sports facilities, excursions and industry visits, accommodation/housing officer, advice and support centre, entertainment, cafeteria, Starbucks.
The Gateway (International Office), counselling and mentoring services, career guidance and services, Accommodation services, chaplaincy and places of worship covering major religions, disability support, financial advice, language support/classes, orientation programme, prearrival information, travel to institution on arrival assistance, visa/immigration advice.