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The University has accommodation close to all three of the campuses, with facilities including an on-site laundrette, internet access, basic content insurance and a free shuttle bus which takes you between the different sites and to the nearest town centre.
Accommodation close to Walsall Campus is in close proximity to the University’s multi-million pound sports centre; living in accommodation near City Campus in Wolverhampton will mean you are next door to a 24-hour Asda and within a few minutes’ walk of the city centre; and all rooms at Telford Campus include an ensuite bathroom.
Prices are as follows:
Wolverhampton City Standard: £85 per week (sharing a kitchen and bathroom)
Wolverhampton City En-Suite: £102 per week (sharing a kitchen)
Walsall Standard: £85 per week (12 students to a corridor sharing a kitchen and a bathroom)
Walsall En-Suite: £102 per week (6 students to a corridor sharing a kitchen)
Telford Campus: £4,524 per year (52-week contract - all en-suite, shared kitchen between 6)
If you would rather find your own accommodation in the city centre, the University has put together an advice page on its website featuring the most reliable websites to look at to find housing.
There’s been lots of investment in recent years, which already have a visible impact with the multi-million pound Performance Hub, £18m Business School, £21m Science Centre, £12m investment in engineering, £4m on improved catering and a £30m Digital Campus programme.
There’s also a £100m project, which is jointly funded, to develop the site of a former brewery in Springfield - this will create a construction and built environment “super campus”.
Located in the centre of Wolverhampton, City Campus is home to the Harrison Learning Centre, boasting a wide range of books and online learning material spread over four floors. At the Technology Centre, you will find over 500 computers, while the Arena Theatre regularly showcases new talent from performing arts students. There is an impressive food court and, in August 2016, a brand new catering outlet at the Millennium City building will open including a full Starbucks retail outlet, new dining spaces, menu options and meeting spaces as well as a feature wall.
Telford is the newest campus and where engineering, built environment, computing and social work students in particular can thrive. This modern campus is based in the grounds of a Grade II listed, 18th century mansion Priorslee Hall and is home to many international students.
Facilities include the Learning Centre which is open seven days a week and contains books, journals, DVDs and computer suites, a floodlit football pitch, tennis and basketball courts, a Costa Coffee and the Students’ Union common area which holds board games, table tennis tables and TVs and offers a place for you to relax after class.
The campus is also home to the e-Innovation Centre, a brand new home for start-up businesses, and the Business and Technology Centre, an innovative and creative working environment for growing and developing technology and innovative businesses.
Home to three of the University’s most lively Academic Schools, students on this campus tend to have a passion for music, dance, sport, education, events management, education, tourism and hospitality.
The on-site multi-million pound Walsall Sports Centre includes 12 courts, a six-lane floodlit athletics track, a dance studio and a swimming pool. The campus is also home to a Students’ Union where you will find a free cash point, social space, PC access, free Wi-Fi and a Squeezebox juice bar which is open seven days a week and offers hot and cold food, fruit smoothies, hot drinks and an evening bar. Subject-specific facilities include the Performance Hub for performing arts students which includes a 125-seat studio theatre, and specialist science laboratories.