The University of Wolverhampton is known as the 'University of Opportunity' because of our dedication to guiding students from all walks of life towards their chosen career path. The University has over 50 years' experience in providing academic and vocational legal studies. One of the focus of the University is to support students so that they can achieve their potential by concentrating our efforts on inclusive students' success by creating flexible learning routes such as full-time, part-time and distance learning/online courses. The course team comprise experienced academics who come from legal practice. We embed employability into all our programmes that create opportunities and connections for all our students.
The wellbeing of our students is also another one of our highest priorities. If you're studying with us, whatever you'd like to discuss or need help with, we have a team to help. Whether it's a social, financial, mental, spiritual, emotional, educational, or physical issue. Our teams include a multi-faith chaplaincy; disability support; academic coaches; mental health & wellbeing advisors; funding and finance experts; and skills for learning tutors.
The facilities and buildings of the University are modern and provide a comfortable and vibrant learning environment. Logistically, the University is well connected to the rest of the country through major rail and road networks.
And if you're one of our graduates, you might be entitled to a Postgraduate Loyalty Discount.