Here are some ways that money is making a visible difference to our students.
Our flagship Lord Swraj Paul Building opened its doors to students in November 2015, providing a skyline changing presence for the University of Wolverhampton Business School.
Its six storeys contain an executive education suite, innovative teaching and learning spaces, an IT suite, consulting rooms and a central social space and café.
The state-of-the-art Rosalind Franklin Building is an exciting addition to City Campus, serving students, staff and the wider community in furthering the advancement of science.
With over 6000sqm across 6 floors, it’s full of the highest-specification equipment, including a lecture capture system to support our students in their studies, whatever their chosen field.
We’re investing in advanced new engineering facilities and courses in response to the national shortage of qualified engineering graduates to help you take your place in this exciting marketplace.
We’re developing the former Springfield Brewery site in Wolverhampton into a national centre for excellence for construction and the built environment.
The super campus will be home to the West Midlands Construction University Technical College, as well as our own School of Architecture and the Built Environment, delivering an unbeatable skills pathway for construction education and training.
This spring/summer, a City Campus makeover will improve courtyard and Millennium City facilities and access.
Catering facilities at Millennium City Building will be extended with a new food court, extension and glass entrance foyer.
The courtyard will be landscaped and transformed and access to other buildings, particularly the entrance from the quad to the Wulfruna Building, will be improved.
If you think the physical changes on campus are impressive, more transformations are happening behind-the-scenes in our £30 million digital campus investment programme.