First year Musical Theatre students at the Performance Hub, Walsall Campus, were given dance tips by acclaimed actor and dancer, Layton Williams.
University of Wolverhampton trained judo players achieved outstanding results at the sport’s British Championships.
A graduate returns to campus to coach final year students on interview techniques
The University of Wolverhampton’s Racing Team (UWR) trialled a new battery at an engineering test day recently.
Food Glorious Food winner, Chef Rahila Hussain helped University of Wolverhampton Professor Nazira Karodia curry favour with former students.
A graduate of the University of Wolverhampton will see his new sitcom broadcast on Christmas Eve on BSLTV.
University graduate, Bobby Lee Darby, has written his way to success as a screenwriter in Hollywood and recently gave an inspiring guest lecture.
The University's new Centre for African Entrepreneurship and Leadership has been given the official seal of approval by a delegation of partner visitors from Africa.
The Black Country LEP has approved £7.6m funding a new flagship manufacturing skills centre at the University, new Springfield Campus.
Currently the University has regional offices in locations including India, Oman, Malaysia, China, Nigeria and Vietnam and has now added London to that list.
A unique scheme through which University law students help vulnerable people to challenge decisions over their benefits has received an award from the city's Law Society.
An expert on human trafficking from the University will debate the current threats to migrants at a conference in Luxembourg this week.
Potential primary school teachers can find out more about how to engage pupils in the classroom through a series of lectures at the University.
In the local high streets and shopping centres store after store have sales on.
The University’s Burton Health Education Centre will open its doors to prospective future students this weekend.
The world’s largest celebration of creativity and innovation – Global Entrepreneurship Week (16 – 20 November) – will be marked at the University.
Drones – and how they have come to occupy such a large presence in recent conflicts across the world – will come under the spotlight at a lecture at the University.
An award-winning business support service has opened in the heart of Hereford’s Enterprise Zone, run by the University.
Students from the University of Turin, Italy, have participated in a month-long visit programme with the University of Wolverhampton.
Visitors to the University’s Open Day this Saturday (14 November) will have the chance to tour the new £18 million Business School
Sports module students at the University’s Business School have turned theory into practice by undertaking lessons at Wolverhampton Wanderers FC.
An award-winning business support service is opening in the heart of Hereford’s Enterprise Zone this month, run by the University of Wolverhampton.
Students at the University of Wolverhampton are giving valuable input into the protection, restoration and future of a historic church in the city.
Businesses will gather to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the University Science Park as the science park prepares to enter its latest phase of development.
A leading film industry casting director has shared her top tips on how to get into the industry with students at the University
A graduate, who has set up his own film and television post-production company, is set to showcase his film at an international festival in Nigeria
Developing skills and professional development for economic growth in Telford came under the spotlight at the business launch of UTC at Southwater One.
The University’s Racing team has finished its first competing season, with a podium finish of 3rd place in its final race at Oulton Park.
The University, Wolves and The Mander Centre have joined forces to help promote and celebrate the best of Wolverhampton.
The Mander Centre and the University have committed to a long-term partnership to create opportunities for students during the centre’s £35 million refurbishment.
Musical maestro Gareth Malone paid a visit to the University as part of his latest TV series, using its cutting edge facilities to get singers performance-ready.
A new scheme designed to encourage more looked after children into higher education has been launched by the University of Wolverhampton.
The University has signed an official Memorandum of Understanding with TUC unionlearn to create new opportunities for union members to develop their careers.
Architect and TV presenter George Clarke has been awarded an honorary degree from the University of Wolverhampton.
Jane Nelson, former Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the University has been honoured by the institution for her services to education.
A University of Wolverhampton academic has suggested a body to monitor paramilitary activity could offer a way forward in the current Northern Irelands power crisis.
Paralympic gold medallist Danielle Brown MBE has been honoured by the University for her outstanding sporting achievements.
The reasons why politicians pen novels come under the spotlight in research from University academics.
A history visiting lecturer will give a fascinating insight into the life of a young First World War Army Lieutenant when she speaks at a conference later this year.
A University of Wolverhampton Professor will be taking part in a special conference taking place in Cambridge this month.
Jarryd Dunn,a British athlete who recently graduated from the University has won a bronze medal in Beijing.
Experts from around the world will attend a major social networking conference at the University.
Expert staff will be on hand in Telford town centre to offer advice and guidance to students picking up their exam results this week.
A thought-provoking poster has been designed by a University art student as part of a campaign to tackle obesity.
A new drive to ensure students from diverse backgrounds succeed in higher education has been welcomed by the University of Wolverhampton.
A web based app created by the University of Wolverhampton to help deaf media professionals across Europe has been showcased internationally
A packed cultural programme took place to celebrate the University of Wolverhampton’s new International Academy at its Telford Innovation Campus.
The University has celebrated business excellence in the region at a glittering awards ceremony
The number of students from the University obtaining jobs or going onto further study following graduation is at record levels.
People with a passion for martial arts can find out more about a new degree at the University of Wolverhampton at an open evening this week.
University student, Lucie Williams, has won a national competition to design a cover for a classic children’s book.
Business excellence will be celebrated by the University at an awards ceremony.
A University of Wolverhampton student has won a prestigious national prize for her academic writing.
The University of Wolverhampton has been awarded over 600,000 Euros to provide new international work placements opportunities for students and graduates.
The University of Wolverhampton and ZF Lemforder UK have been nominated in the Adult Learners Week Regional Awards for 2015.
A Nursing academic has been appointed to play a central role in an inquiry committee looking at the future of the NHS.
Students are benefiting from a flexible approach to lectures within the pioneering hi-tech labs at the University's new £22 million Rosalind Franklin Science Centre.
A University of Wolverhampton Illustration student has been named as the big winner of an Illustration competition.
The University is to host a special event in Malaysia to celebrate its work with international partners in increasing access to higher education.
The University’s new business school development is to be named the Lord Swraj Paul Building, it has been announced.
Animators from Shaun the Sheep and the original Beatles Yellow Submarine film will talk about their work as part of an event for Artsfest.
Lucie Williams, a student at the University, has been shortlisted by Penguin Random House UK for its prestigious annual Design Award.
The University of Wolverhampton’s Arena Theatre will be working in collaboration with Creative Europe this year with the second of two Small Scale Cooperation projects.
International Academy Staff at the University of Wolverhampton present their EU funded project at a Multiplier Conference in Cáceres, Spain.
A community day is being held this weekend to showcase what the new University Centre Telford has to offer.
Business students from the University raised more than £20,000 for charity as part of learning about enterprise.
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The University has announced details of a £250m plan to invest in education, training and to support economic growth.
Nepalese students at the University of Wolverhampton are being offered support following this weekend’s devastating earthquake.
The University is to celebrate the arts and creative industries at a prestigious event at the House of Lords.
A University of Wolverhampton war studies expert is to feature in a BBC documentary about the Gallipoli Campaign.
The University has announced it is investing £12m in new state-of-the-art facilities and courses to help create the next generation of skilled engineers.
An internationally-renowned politics professor will offer insight into political leadership when he visits the University next week.
A new training app is being developed by University of Wolverhampton academics to tackle unemployment among young people by encouraging them to launch their own business.
A Fine Art graduate from The University of Wolverhampton has been named as one of The New Art West Midlands competition winners.
Research conducted by a University of Wolverhampton academic into the Lord Baldwin Fund for Refugees will feature in a major national exhibition.
Lord Robert Winston will inspire healthcare professionals of the future when he gives a special talk to promote the new Health Futures University Technical College.
The University plans to make its Walsall Campus more accessible to the public following investment of more than £50 million in the site.
Talented University students have received national recognition for success in their specialist areas.
The Faculty of Science and Engineering has teamed up with RAF Museum Cosford to launch exciting new competitions which will help schools develop their STEM profile.
Innovative ways of using technology in education are being shared among hundreds of teachers as part of a project involving the University of Wolverhampton.
University design students were selected to take part in a prestigious national competition at the London Boat Show