🛌 Student Accommodation Wolverhampton


Student Accommodation Wolverhampton

About Wolverhampton

Wolverhampton is a city in the West Midlands situated just northwest of Birmingham. Historically famous for it’s heavy involvement in the Industrial Revolution, in particular in the coal and steel industries, modern day Wolverhampton is known for engineering and its contribution to the aerospace industry. The city itself has a lot on offer to explore, and its close proximity to Birmingham means there is everything you need right on your doorstep from museums, galleries and theatres to nightclubs, bars and restaurants.

Popular Student Areas of Wolverhampton

Whitmore Reams

Well located for the city centre campus as well as the city centre in general. Plenty of amenities on hand as well as easy access to West Park and the Wolverhampton Racecourse.

Gorway Road

Perfectly located for students who are studying at the Walsall Campus. Great for outdoor space including Palfrey Park and the Walsall Golf Course.

Compton Park Campus

Popular with business students and home to a great selection of shops, restaurants and pubs. Perfect for socialising and enjoying the green space at Compton Park.

City Centre

Great for the central campus but also offering the very best in nightlife and amenities that Wolverhampton has to offer. Can be on the more expensive side, but the great transport links and entertainment on offer is a strong pull.

Top Universities in Wolverhampton

  • University of Wolverhampton

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I pay for my student accommodation in installments?

Many properties allow you to pay for accommodation in installments rather than in a single lump sum payment. However, they will usually require you to have a UK-based guarantor (a resident of the United Kingdom between the age of 18 and 75 who will be able to pay your rent).

Can I share my student accommodation in Wolverhampton with a friend?

Yes, many student properties in Wolverhampton allow for dual occupancy of their rooms (e.g. for couples, best friends, siblings). Some properties offer this option absolutely for free, others charge a little extra. When browsing student rooms on Campusboard watch out for the 'Dual occupancy' label which will explain the terms for that room.