Knowledge Hub

WLV Knowledge Hub

WLV Knowledge HUB

The University of Wolverhampton's Knowledge Hub is your place to keep up to date with all the business news and views of the University.

Knowledge News

Knowledge News is the University's quarterly newsletter, discussing the latest business and University news affecting industry. Take a look at our recent editions below.

Knowledge News - Spring 2017

A new Chartered Manager degree apprenticeship course launches during national Apprenticeship Week, the University's new £10M engineering facilities are unveiled, research projects receive grants, the Brexit Committee visit the University and plans are revealed for a Cyber Security Centre in Hereford.

Take a look at the Spring 2017 edition

Knowledge News - Autumn 2016

The Springfield Campus takes shape with news on the School of Architecture, West Midlands Construction University Technical College and the Elite Centre for Manufacturing Skills, three pioneering projects provide funding for businesses, business support services reach into Wyre Forest, business champions are honoured and the latest on training and events for the business community.

Take a look at the Autumn 2016 edition


Knowledge News - Summer 2016

Find out more about the University of Wolverhampton scooping a Business of the Year award, record graduate employability rates, an introduction to the Apprenticeship Levy and discover how three universities have combined forces to drive the local economy.

Take a look at the Summer 2016 edition


Knowledge News - Spring 2016

In this issue the University of Wolverhampton launches an Apprenticeship Hub, a new partnership with Morgan Cars supports engineering, entrepreneurs are encouraged by new funding and Wolverhampton Business School expands business education in the city.

Take a look at the Spring 2016 edition

WLV Knowledge

WLV Knowledge is our annual round up of thought provoking, interest articles from around the university, offering comment and debate on the business challenges affecting industry today.

In this issue we discuss how to protect your business from cyber threats, the success of family owned businesses and address the skills shortage in engineering.

WLV Knowledge Issue 4

Find out how social media can help your business, how the West Midlands is set to benefit form the London Olympics and the role of graduates in a knowledge economy.

WLV Knowledge Issue 3

Here we examine the role of universities in regional economies, explore the impact of an ageing workforce and how collaborative working can boost business performance.

WLV Knowledge Issue 2

We talk carbon footprints, how graduates can boost your business and strengthening ties with India.

WLV Knowledge Issue 1