What’s on campus?
- If you are into sports then you will be pleased to hear that Walsall has a multi-million pound Sports Centre, with excellent facilities, expert staff and highly equipped sports science laboratories.
- There's a 12-court, multi-activity sports hall, a six-lane, floodlit athletics track, all-weather floodlit pitch, throws and jumps area, dance studio and swimming pool. Find out more about Walsall Campus' sports facilities.
- Athlete approved - The Walsall Campus is home to the British Judo Association who live, train and compete right here on campus!
- Best of all you get a free gym membership with living in university halls!
Take to the stage
The Performance Hub includes a 125 seat studio theatre and learning space for dancers, musicians, actors and anyone with an interest in the arts.
It’s also a great place to study, with two floors of mind books, computers and ultra modern pods for group work.
Get your fill
After you’ve worked up an appetite head to the food court, you can get anything you fancy from a healthy salad bar and Mediterranean cuisine to a homely jacket spud or Starbucks to go.
Getting out and about
Walsall city centre offers a great selection of bars, clubs, pubs, shops and restaurants – plenty of places to break the ice during Freshers’ week.
In between socialising and studying, take a break in the tranquil Victorian park with over 35 acres of lakes, trees and gardens – feeding a duck is incredibly therapeutic!
Living on the Walsall campus is great for place for your studies and your social life, but don't take our word for it - check out what our residents have to say about living in university accommodation
Our standard accommodation at Walsall costs about £88 per person per week, here students are 12 to a corridor sharing a kitchen & bathroom
Our en suite accommodation at Walsall costs about £106 per person per week, here students are 6 to a corridor with their own bathroom & sharing a kitchen