Applying to Walsall Campus
- TEACHING MODE:
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open day on 20th Aug.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- As long as Government guidance permits them to do so, the University of Wolverhampton plans to return to their normal levels of on-campus teaching as much as possible in the next academic year. Students should wear a face-covering and give everyone plenty of space when moving around communal areas and in crowded spaces on campus, including corridors, catering outlets and libraries.
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Good enough student accommodation, not much going on, as not in the city, rather a small town 30mins from Wolverhampton. Student Union can be good, but is usually very quiet. Cafeteria on campus with hot food, gym with good prices next to halls, all teaching building maximum 3 min walk away. Bedrooms have good space with decent storage, but bedframes is just a wire square on legs with no sides made from metal, which I have ripped socks on :/ *Beds are small single size, not single beds size (30"x75)*, which can be a problem when buying bedsheets or if you are a larger individual. Showers are a little miserable ngl; tiny cubicle with shower heads bolted to the wall and no manoeuvrability, unfortunate for anyone 5'8" or less. Kitchens are very good with full size fridges and freezers and lots of cupboards, and induction hobs. Radiators work very well. Decent place to live while studying, shame about the lack of social activity on campus that doesn't involve drinking or smoking.
Ok accommodation, not much around, cleaners can make up problems