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OPEN DAY SATURDAY 17 AUGUST 2019 9.30AM – 3.00PM CITY CAMPUS


Welcome! Make the most of your time today by exploring everything that’s on offer: Find out about our courses. Speak to our academics. Discover career options open to you. Get advice from our finance team. Explore what student life is like on campus. Take a campus or accommodation tour. Discover what the Students’ Union offers. Get a taster of your chosen subject. There are plenty of helpers on site to help answer your questions, so don’t be afraid to ask.


If you’ve got your qualifications and have spoken to our academics, you could get your offer today! Speak to our admissions team to get the process rolling.


Clearing guide. Whatever your situation, don’t worry, we’re here to help. Got the grades!

Want to apply now?

Congratulations! If you’re a current applicant, have your grades, and want to start in September: it’s time to enrol. Head to Admissions in the Alan Turing building where our friendly teams will progress your application.

Maybe you’ve just got your grades and decided University may be for you, after all? Discover courses and routes available to you – whatever your dream career. Speak to our academics for advice and start your application today.

Grades not what you expected?

Starting in 2020 or beyond?

Did your grades not meet the entry requirements, or exceed expectations? Whether you’re looking to study your original choice or a different option through Clearing, our academics are here to support you and discuss your options.

Well, that’s fine too! Welcome to all of our Open Day visitors – whether you’re here to find out more about the Clearing process or you just want to learn more about the University and what’s on offer, step in and find out more.


The experience of Clearing surprised me. I expected it to be a long-winded process but it was quite quick. It was done within an hour, and I had my offer. Leonnie Wyman LLB (Hons) Law


Need to get to another campus? Find your timetable below and hop on a free bus. To Walsall Campus

To Telford Campus

Departs from outside Rosalind Franklin Building on Stafford Street (as indicated on the City Campus map).

Departs from outside Rosalind Franklin Building on Stafford Street (as indicated on the City Campus map).

10.00am, 10.30am, 11.00am, 11.30am, 12.00pm, 12.30pm, 1.00pm, 1.30pm, 2.00pm, 2.30pm, 3.00pm

9.45am, 12.15pm, 3.15pm

£300 Travel Fund As a 2019/20 new starter, you’ll receive £300 to use on buses, trains and trams within the West Midlands Network. Don’t need it for travel? Take £300 off University accommodation or a printer credit instead. Find out more at: wlv.ac.uk/travelfund


Telford Wolverhampton

Walsall

Or, if you’re driving, get your sat-nav to take the strain:

Telford Campus Shifnal Road TF2 9NN

City Campus Wolverhampton Main entrance: Wulfruna Street WV1 1LY

City Campus Wolverhampton Parking: Molineux Street WV1 4QR

Walsall Campus Main entrance: The Broadway WS1 3EZ


University talks: City Campus Get the general overview of the essentials of life at the University of Wolverhampton by attending one of our welcome talks.

10.00am

Welcome to the University of Wolverhampton, and Students’ Union.

MC001

30 mins

10.30am

Fees and finance.

MC001

25 mins

11.15am

WLV Sport - Get involved! Including teams, social, volunteering, gaining qualifications and applying for a sports scholarship.

MC001

15 mins

11.30am

Your Future: employability and placements, and alumni perspectives – hear one graduate’s journey to success!

MC001

20 mins

12.00pm

Welcome to the University of Wolverhampton, and Students’ Union.

MC001

30 mins

1.00pm

Your Future: employability and placements, and alumni perspectives – hear one graduate’s journey to success!

MC001

20 mins

GET INVOLVED! MC = Millennium City Building

Join a free session in the Sports Hall. Volleyball: 12.00pm-2.00pm Gym: All day


My experience at the University of Wolverhampton was honestly life changing. You’ll learn so much and gain so many new skills, if you put in the time, the rewards are worth it. Sam Chambers BA (Hons) Graphic Design


University tours: City Campus There’s no better way of getting a feel for your campus than by taking a tour!

10.00am

A tour of City Campus student accommodation (halls).

Book and depart from the Campus Life.

45 mins

10.45am

A guided walking tour of City Campus.

Book and depart from the Students’ Union.

60 mins

10.45am

A tour of City Campus student accommodation (halls).

Book and depart from the Campus Life.

45 mins

11.15am

A guided walking tour of City Campus.

Book and depart from the Students’ Union.

60 mins

11.45am

A tour of City Campus student accommodation (halls).

Book and depart from the Campus Life.

45 mins

12.45pm

A guided walking tour of City Campus.

Book and depart from the Students’ Union.

60 mins

12.45pm

A tour of City Campus student accommodation (halls).

Book and depart from the Campus Life.

45 mins

1.15pm

A guided walking tour of City Campus.

Book and depart from the Students’ Union.

60 mins

1.45pm

A guided walking tour of City Campus.

Book and depart from the Students’ Union.

60 mins

1.45pm

A tour of City Campus student accommodation (halls).

Book and depart from the Campus Life.

45 mins

2.15pm

A guided walking tour of City Campus.

Book and depart from the Students’ Union.

60 mins


As an international student it was very hard to leave my country, family and friends for the first time. In the end, this was one of the best experiences I have ever had. Temujin Erdene-Ochir LLB (Hons)


Campus Life Discover the services, support and benefits we offer our students. Come and speak to our friendly staff about: Accommodation Careers and employability Fees and finance Security Social activities Sport Student support and wellbeing Students’ Union Transport

Use your voucher to recharge with a free tea or filter coffee at our on-campus outlets.


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Food and drink City Campus Need refreshment? We have plenty of options to keep you hydrated and fully fuelled. Millennium City Building Starbucks: Courtyard Kitchen:

8.00am-3.00pm 8.30am-2.30pm

Lord Swraj Paul Building The Forum:

9.00am-3.00pm

George Wallis Building The Gallery: (free-from and vegetarian specialities)

9.00am-2.30pm


Subject talks, tours and workshops: City Campus Get a flavour of what studying your chosen subject will be like, with our programme of talks, tours and workshops throughout the day.

Talk

Tour

Workshop

Drop-in


Wolverhampton School of Art Est. 1851

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11.15am and 1.15pm (15 minutes) MK045

All subject-specific talks and tours are at 11.35am and 1.35pm. They are 30 minutes long and depart from the main foyer in the George Wallis Building following the Welcome to Wolverhampton School of Art talk(s). Studying Animation. Studying Computer Games Design. Studying Fashion, Textiles and Surface Pattern. Studying Film and Television Production. Studying Fine Art, Painting and Print, and Sculpture and Environmental Art. Studying Glass and Ceramics. Studying Graphic Design. Studying Illustration. Studying Media. Studying Multimedia Journalism and Sports Journalism: The greatest job in the world? Studying Photography. Studying Product Design, Interior Design, and Furniture Design. Portfolio Review: Bring your portfolio of work to our Open Day and receive great advice from our academic teams on how to make your portfolio even more outstanding and prepare yourself for future interviews. Drop-in to the main foyer.

MK = George Wallis Building


School of Humanities

Welcome to the School of Humanities.

11.15am (15 minutes) MC331

Meet the academics.

1.15pm-3.00pm Harrison Library Drop-in

All subject-specific talks are at 11.35am. They are 30 minutes long and are in the Millennium City Building following the Welcome to the School of Humanities talk. Studying Creative and Professional Writing: A cabinet of curiosities.

MC353

Studying English Literature at Wolverhampton.

MC228

Studying English Language, Linguistics and TESOL at Wolverhampton.

MC331

Studying Philosophy: how should we live?

MC414

Studying Religious Studies: engaging with living religion.

MC201

Masterclass: Time Out of Joint Contextualising Hamlet’s struggles within the Renaissance

MC = Millennium City Building

2.00pm (2 hours) MC437


Institute of Health Institute of Human Sciences Institute of Community and Society

Studying Emergency and Disaster Management and PGC, MSc and stand-alone modules.

11.00am, 1.00pm (35 minutes) MC406

Studying Nursing, including our student nurses’ experiences.

10.45am and 12.45pm (35 minutes) MC413

Studying Psychology: meet our friendly Psychology team and find out more about our British Psychological Society accredited courses.

11.00am and 1.00pm (60 minutes) MC401

Studying Social Work.

10.30am and 12.45pm (30 minutes) MC438

WLV Sport - How to be involved in playing sport and physical activity at University, including teams, social, volunteering, gaining qualifications and applying for a sports scholarship.

11.15am (15 minutes) MC001

Already a registered Health Care Professional? Find out about what Continuing Professional Development opportunities we have.

All day Harrison Library Drop-in

Interactive skills labs tour: meet your guide in the MC foyer.

11.25am and 1.25pm (30 minutes) MC foyer

MC = Millennium City Building MCb = Millennium City Building Basement HL = Harrison Library, Ambika Paul Building


GET INVOLVED! Join a free session in the Sports Hall. Volleyball: 12.00pm-2.00pm Gym: All day


School of Architecture and Built Environment School of Science School of Engineering School of Mathematics and Computer Science School of Pharmacy

Talks and tours and workshops are listed A-Z by subject area Studying Animal Behaviour and Wildlife Conservation.

11.00am and 1.00pm (30 minutes) MC225

Tracks and signs workshop: Animal Behaviour and Wildlife Conservation.

9.30am-2.30pm (Drop-in) MB001 (MB Foyer)

Studying Architecture, Built Environment, Civil Engineering, Environmental Health and Geography.

11.00am and 1.30pm (30 minutes) MC418

Tour of our new Springfield Campus (for those studying Architecture, Built Environment, Civil Engineering, Environmental Health and Geography)

12.15pm (85 minutes) Depart from Rosalind Franklin Building reception.

Studying Biological Sciences, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Genetics & Molecular Biology, and Microbiology.

11.00am and 1.00pm (45 minutes) MB201

Studying Biomedical Science, Healthcare Science, Medical Physiology & Diagnostics.

11.00am and 1.00pm (45 minutes) MC224

Taster sessions workshop: Biomedical Science, Healthcare Science, Medical Physiology & Diagnostics.

9.30am-2.30pm (Drop-in) MA036/037

Studying Chemistry.

12.30pm (30 minutes) MC419


Studying Chemical Engineering: will you be the next Chemical Engineering billionaire?

11.30am and 1.30pm (45 minutes) MA230

Studying Computer Science and IT.

1.00pm (45 minutes) MI102c

Studying Forensic Science.

11.15am and 1.30pm (30 minutes) MC226

Studying Maths and Physics.

12.00pm (45 minutes) MI102b

Studying Medical Science and Clinical Practice.

11.00am and 1.00pm (45 minutes) MC301

Studying Pharmacy at Wolverhampton. Interactive talk, team-based learning taster session and campus tour.

11.00am (90 minutes) MA003/4

Studying Pharmacy at Wolverhampton.

1.30pm (45 minutes) MA003/4

Pharmaceutical Science and Pharmacology: The science behind medicines.

12.30pm (45 minutes) MC238

HL = Harrison Library MA= Wulfruna Building MB = Rosalind Franklin Building MC = Millennium City Building MI = Alan Turing Building

Discover what our exciting new School of Architecture and Built Environment – opening on the University’s Springfield Campus in 2020 – will look like. Drop-in to Harrison Library.


Wolverhampton Business School Wolverhampton Law School School of Social, Historical and Political Studies

Talks and tours are listed A-Z by subject area Studying Accounting and Finance.

12.30pm (30 minutes) MU407

Everything you need to know about the Business School.

11.15am (30 minutes) MU405

Studying Business Management and HND Business (including joint awards).

11.50am (30 minutes) MU405

Studying International Business Management.

1.10pm (30 minutes) MU405

Studying Criminology and Criminal Justice.

11.15am and 1.30pm (30 minutes) MU307

Studying Deaf Studies.

11.50am (30 minutes) MU303

Studying Economics and Economic joint awards.

11.50am (30 minutes) MU403

Studying Fire and Rescue.

12.30pm (30 minutes) MU302

Studying at foundation level – an alternative route (Level 3 entry) into higher education.

1.10pm (30 minutes) MU406


Studying History, Politics and War Studies.

11.15am and 1.30pm (30 minutes) MU306

Studying Human Resource Management.

12.30pm (30 minutes) MU413

Studying Interpreting (British Sign Language).

11.15am (30 minutes) MU303

Studying Law and the Legal Profession.

11.15am (30 minutes) MH017

Studying Law: Murder or manslaughter: what’s the difference?

11.55pm (30 minutes) MH017

Studying Marketing Management.

12.30pm (30 minutes) MU402

Studying Policing.

11.50am (30 minutes) MU312

Studying Sociology and Social Policy.

11.50am (30 minutes) MU302

Studying Tourism Management; Event & Venue Management; International Hospitality Management.

11.50am (30 minutes) MU413

MH = Mary Seacole Building MU = Lord Swraj Paul Building


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