The University has a number of scholarships and bursaries available. The full list of awards is available on the University’s own website, where students can see which they might be eligible for. Some of the most popular include:
A £2,000 cash payment (paid in 2 instalments) is given to first year students with deafness or hearing loss or who are care leavers.
The Dennis Turner Hardship Fund
The Dennis Turner Opportunity Fund was set up by the University of Wolverhampton following the withdrawal by the Government of the ring-fenced Access to Learning Fund.
The fund is open to any enrolled students, home or international, who are struggling to make ends meet. These awards don’t need to be repaid, although students who do not receive the award can get short-term loans.
Sports Scholarship Scheme
WLV Sport Scholars receive up to £4,500 over three years. Applications are accepted from both undergraduate and postgraduate students. Students are expected to represent WLV Sport in BUCS and sports competitions, amongst other commitments.
Students are required to pay annual tuition fees for their studies at the University of Wolverhampton. For the academic year 2021/22, these are:
UK students: £9,250 per year.
International students: £12,950 per year.
Fees are reduced on an annual basis for students choosing to study part-time, although they will normally be required to study for a greater number of years.
Various funding options are available to help students access their education at the University of Wolverhampton, including tuition fee loans for domestic students. These are only repayable once students have started earning beyond a certain threshold, along with the living cost loan that students can also apply for to cover accommodation costs and other day-to-day expenses.
Students who need financial support, including help with budgeting, can seek out the student support services at the University.
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