How to apply as an international student

Want to apply online?

International (non-EU) students can apply directly to us through our website or our network of Regional Managers and Contracted Educational Advisors (CEA), based across the world.

Applying to the University

You can apply:

Full-time, undergraduate students in the United Kingdom usually apply via the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS).

If you successfully apply to us as an international applicant, we will submit your application through UCAS on your behalf and even pay the application fee.

Help with your application

We're happy to help you through the application process every step of the way. 

For advice on the application process, contact the recruitment team.

If you are unable to apply to the University of Wolverhampton using any of the channels above, please contact the Admissions Unit on for assistance. 

Entry requirements and language support

Please check our minimum language entry requirements before submitting your application.

We offer a range of programmes if you don't meet these requirements.

Changes to the immigration application process

The UK Government made significant changes to the immigration system in March 2009 with the introduction of a new immigration points-based system.

Education Fairs

Staff from across the University, representing a wide range of subjects, attend Education Fairs across the world, to give you advice on applying to the University of Wolverhampton.


Dates and Deadlines - January 2023



16th December 

Pre CAS Interview Deadline

19th December

Recommended Deposit Date

21st December

Last Date for CAS Request

23rd December

Last Date for CAS Issuance

16th January 

Welcome Week Begins

23rd January 

Teaching Begins

6th February

Enrolment Closes

Please be aware that UKVI is prioritising Ukraine Visa Scheme applications and as a result other applications are taking longer to process. It is important that you apply for your visa as early as possible, so you can join us for your studies at the start of term.