Faculty of Arts, University of Wolverhampton – UK
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Faculty of Arts, University of Wolverhampton – UK

A global university

The University of Wolverhampton welcomes hundreds of international students each year, all of whom either join its friendly community in the heart of England or enrol on its world-class degree courses through its partner institutions overseas.

The University currently hosts students from more than 100 nations across its four UK campuses or partner institutions, its vibrant international community enhancing the already diverse cultural make-up of the University, city and region.

For those who wish to explore the rest of the UK, Wolverhampton is close to local, national and international transport links, meaning that getting around is easy; Birmingham International Airport is a mere 30 minutes’ journey away.

“The Quality of British education is internationally recognised. The UK is home to four of the top six global universities.” (Henry Lyonga Njimapie, BA (Hons) Media and Communication Studies)

The Faculty of Arts

The Faculty of Arts consists of:

School of Creative Arts and Design
The creative community at Wolverhampton’s School of Creative Arts and Design consists of a team of academics/industry professionals, expert technicians and internationally recognised researchers.  The School has a long standing history of design excellence with roots dating back to 1851. Why not look at our innovative suite of M/Arts programmes.

School of Humanities.
The literature and dialect of the Black Country is studied in English, Creative and Professional Writing and English Language and Linguistics. The School’s Religious Studies and Philosophy teams, together with its new BA (Hons) in Cultural Heritage course offers students the opportunity to develop a strategic understanding of the role the arts and humanities play in creating our world.

School of Media
The dynamic School of Media is home to courses dealing with the theoretical and practical study of Animation, Games and Film Production and Film and Broadcasting. Many of Wolverhampton’s media team are leading academics in their field and are widely recognised for their publications and research. A large number have come from industry and bring with them their knowledge and experiences to give students a more relevant understanding of their subjects.

School of Performing Arts
Based in the landmark Performance Hub at Walsall Campus, the School of Performing Arts offers not only industry-standard equipment and magnificent rehearsal and performance spaces, but also boast All-Steinway status, one of the first universities in the UK to do so.  The School’s outstanding courses include Dance, Drama, Creative Theatre Technology, Music and Musical Theatre .

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