Science Park celebrates 20 successful years as it enters next phase

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.

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New members join University governing body

The University has appointed three new members to its Board of Governors.

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Building students take on project with historic Wolverhampton church

Students at the University of Wolverhampton are giving valuable input into the protection, restoration and future of a historic church in the city.

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Accreditation strengthens MBA diploma

The University’s Master of Business Administration has been officially accredited by the CMI for its extended Diploma in Strategic Management and Leadership.

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New University Centre brings business support to Hereford

An award-winning business support service is opening in the heart of Hereford’s Enterprise Zone this month, run by the University of Wolverhampton.

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Statement following the death of Angad Paul

The University would like to express its sincere condolences to the family of its Chancellor, Lord Swraj Paul, following the death of his son Angad on Sunday.

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Students learn about sports economics at Molineux Stadium

Sports module students at the University’s Business School have turned theory into practice by undertaking lessons at Wolverhampton Wanderers FC.

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Tours around new Business School and Telford at Open Day

Visitors to the University’s Open Day this Saturday (14 November) will have the chance to tour the new £18 million Business School

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University of Turin students welcomed to Wolverhampton

Students from the University of Turin, Italy, have participated in a month-long visit programme with the University of Wolverhampton.

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New University Centre brings business support to Hereford

An award-winning business support service has opened in the heart of Hereford’s Enterprise Zone, run by the University.

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Drones in modern warfare under discussion at University lecture

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.

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University marks Global Entrepreneurship Week with series of events

The world’s largest celebration of creativity and innovation – Global Entrepreneurship Week (16 – 20 November) – will be marked at the University.

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Terrorism and Political Violence

George Kassimeris - The very first thing I tell my students who choose to take my ‘Terrorism and Political Violence’ class is that terrorism never ends.

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Health professions Open Day opens its doors in Burton

The University’s Burton Health Education Centre will open its doors to prospective future students this weekend.

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Secondary schools take part in Sportfest 2015

Over 150 secondary pupils from across the West Midlands took part in a festival of sport at the University.

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Black Friday – is it a clever marketing ploy or a retail disaster?

In the local high streets and shopping centres store after store have sales on.

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Christmas lectures aimed at prospective primary school teachers

Potential primary school teachers can find out more about how to engage pupils in the classroom through a series of lectures at the University.

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Lecturer to debate migrant human trafficking at international conference

An expert on human trafficking from the University will debate the current threats to migrants at a conference in Luxembourg this week.

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African entrepreneurship centre to be celebrated

The Centre for African Entrepreneurship and Leadership (CAEL)which supports entrepreneurship and democratic governance in Africa is to be formally launched

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