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Masters Degrees in Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

We have 145 Masters Degrees in Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

Wolverhampton is a city in the West Midlands of England, around 115 miles from London. As well as being close to various other higher education hubs, there is one local university in Wolverhampton with around 20,000 students.

What’s it like to study a Masters in Wolverhampton?

Originally associated with the woollen trade, Wolverhampton expanded during the 19th century following the discovery of local raw materials and the establishment of mining operations and factories in the area. As it grew to prominence the city was visited by members of the Royal Family and became an important part of one of the first major British railway networks, the Great Western Railway.

The 20th century saw Wolverhampton develop further as a major manufacturing centre and, as part of this proud manufacturing heritage, the city was the place of construction for several early Grand Prix vehicles, including the first to break the 200mph land speed record.

Postgraduate students in Wolverhampton live and study in a well-developed city combining access to the attractive countryside and rural landscapes of the Shropshire region with the modern facilities and entertainment options of one of England’s largest urban areas. Landmarks and places of interest include historical buildings such as the Grade I listed Victorian Wightwick Manor.

Wolverhampton is also home to a local football team, Wolverhampton Wanderers (or ‘Wolves’) who play at the historic Molineux Stadium in the city (famous for hosting some of the first European Cup matches).

Universities in Wolverhampton

Wolverhampton’s sole university, the University of Wolverhampton, was granted its charter in 1992 (though its origins date back to 1835). It offers a range of courses at all levels and emphasises widening participation in university education.

Other nearby higher education providers include Harper Adams University, a specialist agricultural university, located around 16 miles northwest of the city, as well as various universities located in and around Birmingham (with which Wolverhampton forms the West Midlands Urban Area).

Careers in Wolverhampton

i54 is a large business park located on the outskirts of Wolverhampton, home to several large companies including Jaguar Land Rover, Moog Aircraft Group and Eurofins. Marston’s Brewery is also based in Wolverhampton.

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