University of Wolverhampton – 0800 953 3222

You should contact the University of Wolverhampton on their freephone enquiries telephone number 0800 953 3222 to discuss the admissions policy if you are looking to apply for a place on a course programme as either an undergraduate or postgraduate student.

About the University of Wolverhampton

The University of Wolverhampton is an UK university that is located across four campuses across the West Midlands, Shropshire and Staffordshire. However the university’s main city campus is located in Wolverhampton city centre, located opposite Molineux Stadium which is the home of Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C, and is roughly 16 miles from Birmingham. The university has seven academic schools along with several cross-disciplinary research institutes meaning that it is able to provide over 300 undergraduate and postgraduate courses. The University of Wolverhampton teaches 19,790 students, and boasts the impressive statistic of being ranked second in the United Kingdom for graduate employability.


Course Enquiries – 0800 953 3222

Call the University of Wolverhampton on their freephone course enquiries telephone number 0800 953 3222 for free advice about any of the undergraduate or postgraduate programmes available. For instance callers can enquire about the course requirements for their preferred programme if they are unsure which A-Level or BTEC National Diploma subjects will be considered in their application. Furthermore the course enquires advisor will be able to provide information on the grade requirements for some of the more competitive and over-subscribed subjects at the university. Alternatively you may wish to call the freephone course enquiries number to discuss the content of the programmes taught at the university. For instance, if you would like a break-down of the modules that are included in a particular course or want to discuss whether you can take elective credits in another subject then you should contact a representative on the above phone number.


General Enquiries – 01902 321 000

You can also phone the University of Wolverhampton on their UK general enquires helpline number 01902 321 000 to contact a representative for support regarding any of the problems you may face as a student even if its as simple as being provided help when finding the library. For instance prospective students may wish to discuss the course fees for their preferred course including the best way to pay upon enrolment but can also enquire about any available scholarships and grants at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. You can also use the University of Wolverhampton’s general enquiries helpline to enquire about the process of securing accommodation at any of the four campuses depending on which site your course is taught at. For instance students can apply to a halls of residence as either an undergraduate or postgraduate student across the main campuses whether they are studying at Walsall or even the Telford campus.


Call Costs

The University of Wolverhampton’s UK general enquiries helpline operates using a 01 number that will charge callers the same standard per-minute rate as any other local call that has been made from a mobile or landline telephone but you may be able to get in touch for free if you are using up any inclusive free minutes that have been offered by your service provider. However you can always get in touch with the university for free when calling on their 0800 freephone course enquiries contact number.


Important University of Wolverhampton Contact Numbers

University of Wolverhampton Department UK Contact Number
General Enquiries 01902 321 000
Admissions 01902 323 505
Course Enquiries 0800 953 3222


Other Ways to Contact the University


Write to Them

If you need to send over documentation that demonstrates that you have met the course requirements or indicated your right to study in the UK then you can do so when writing to the the University of Wolverhampton’s postal address:  University of Wolverhampton, Wulfruna Street, Wolverhampton, WV1 1LY, United Kingdom.

Email Wolverhampton University

If you would prefer to contact the university online then you should send an email that details your enquiry to: