It is a 12-minute walk to the University of Wolverhampton and a 24-minute bus ride to the City of Wolverhampton College. There's also a free shuttle bus for easy access to all university campuses. The train station is conveniently just a 10-minute ride away and the city centre is just a short walk away. Living here you will be close to Asda Superstore from which you can get the best merchandise for daily use.
Wolverhampton is a metropolitan borough city in the West Midlands, England. It is famous for its enviable theatrical venues, such as Grade II Listed Grand Theatre and the Arena Theatre; the latter is situated in the University of Wolverhampton especially intended for students’ artistries. They all present various artistic activities whether theatrical, musical, comedic or dance, as well as the Wolverhampton Art Gallery and other stunning collection of architecture.
Wolverhampton is also a great place for students to spend some leisure time, as it has a range of eateries, pubs and array of restaurants, takeaways, and cafes. City Ambassadors are out in the streets of the city to assist you with anything you might need and to make sure you know your paths across the city.
The University of Wolverhampton currently has more than 23,000 students and it offers over 380 undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Its main campus is located in the city centre, with a second campus in Walsall and a third in Telford. Noteworthy to mention the University of Wolverhampton Science Park and the Health Education Centre in Burton-upon-Trent for nursing students, which are both operated by the university as well.
The Walsall campus, which is nearby Walsall’s town centre, contains sport, music, dance, education, health, events management, and tourism and hospitality studies. Telford Innovative Campus postulates facilities for engineering, built environment, business, computing as well as social work.
You should not worry about transporting across Wolverhampton because there are numerous transports means across the city, such as the Midland Metro, which is a light-rail/tram operating between the cities of Birmingham and Wolverhampton via the towns of West Bromwich and Wednesbury. A wide range of bus operators are available as well serving city’s suburbs. Buses from the centre of Wolverhampton also offer a direct link with the city of Birmingham and connections to Walsall, Telford, West Bromwich, Dudley, and more.
There are also three major airports within Wolverhampton’s range: Wolverhampton Halfpenny Green Airport, Birmingham International Airport, and Manchester Airport.