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It has been an incredible experience so far. All lecturers are very passionate about what they do and very supportive to all students through online support and face to face.
The University of Wolverhampton is a fantastic place for postgraduate study, putting students firmly first, and encouraging them to “Be who you want to be.” To discover what that means for each student, the university provides the guidance, facilities and expertise needed, including:
Located in the heart of England, Wolverhampton is less than 20 minutes away from Birmingham, with London, Manchester and Liverpool in easy reach on the train and bus. The idyllic Shropshire countryside is close by and a perfect contrast to the buzz of the city. Along with a site in the centre of Wolverhampton, there are also campuses located in Telford and Walsall.
There are 18 different schools across three faculties:
The university offers a wide range of taught and research degrees at postgraduate level and boasts a number of research institutes and research centres that work closely alongside industry experts.
Whatever the area of specialism, students will discover state-of-the-art facilities to support their learning, as well as sports halls, gyms, cafés, IT hubs and social spaces for recreation, enrichment and more. Over the last decade the university has expanded its offering enormously, with hundreds of millions of pounds invested in buildings and equipment to deliver the best student experiences possible.
The University has over 4,000 postgraduate students and is committed to ensuring all abilities and circumstances can reach their potential while they study there. In fact 98% of their postgraduates find work within 6 months of graduating.
There are a range of taught degrees you can study, including MA, MSc, MBA, MRes, LLM, MMHN, MPH and MMus, as well as postgraduate certificates and diplomas.
If you’d rather study a research degree, you can do an MPhil, PhD or professional doctorate.
As well as careers advice and close department links, the University also has an initiative called SPEED which offers support to students who want to set up a business.
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