Breakfast club serves up to businesses

Business owners can network and access support at a free breakfast club.

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A healthy outlook for new Degree Apprenticeship

The University of Wolverhampton is bringing new life blood to its growing Degree Apprenticeship portfolio

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Sneak peek into Springfield

The University of Wolverhampton offered a glimpse into the redevelopment of its £100m investment in the former Springfield brewery at an event recently.

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University chosen as preferred supplier for Degree Apprenticeships

The University of Wolverhampton has been chosen as a preferred supplier to provide Degree Apprenticeships for two leading public service providers.

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Clearing campaign up and running for results

The University of Wolverhampton is gearing up for Clearing with new website pages and an advertising campaign outlining courses which still have spaces available.

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County cricket board sponsorship deal struck in Staffordshire

The University of Wolverhampton has struck a partnership deal with Staffordshire Cricket which will see them sponsoring the board until the end of the 2019 season.

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City partners to support Wolves Pride event

City of Wolverhampton is to hold what is hoped will be the biggest ever Wolves Pride event to celebrate its community diversity.

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Degree Apprentices build links in London

The University of Wolverhampton launched its new Chartered Surveyor Built Environment Degree Apprenticeship course at the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) headquarters

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Nurse of the Year award shortlist for pioneering Clare

A pioneering University of Wolverhampton staff member is in the running to be named Nurse of the Year.

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Delight as student clinches Judo bronze on home soil

A University of Wolverhampton student is celebrating clinching a bronze medal at a memorable European Judo Championship held on home turf.

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Ruby Wax to be keynote speaker at HeadStart conference

Mental health advocate and comedian Ruby Wax OBE will be a keynote speaker at a major conference in October organised by HeadStart Wolverhampton.

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Students have their say

Satisfaction with teaching and learning at the University of Wolverhampton has improved, according to a national survey of students.

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Further funding banked for unsung heroes

The University of Wolverhampton’s business start-up programme, ‘Supporting the Unsung Hero’ has been awarded further sponsorship by HSBC Bank

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International students extend cultural reach at summer school

International students from across the world took part in the University of Wolverhampton’s International Academy Summer School recently.

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University announces honours list

A comedian, a Paralympic gold medallist and leading figures from the business world are among those to be honoured by the University of Wolverhampton.

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CLEARING CASE STUDY: LEONNIE WYMAN, LLB (HONS) LAW

Applying to the University of Wolverhampton through the Clearing process was a surprising experience for Leonnie Wyman – and one that she would recommend.

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Successful first year at University for Olympic medallist

It’s been a busy year for Olympic medal-winning gymnast Kristian Thomas – who has got married and celebrated a successful first year as a student at the University of Wolverhampton.

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Open day to welcome visitors

People hoping to look around the facilities and apply to the University of Wolverhampton are invited to an Open Day.

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Wolves and University of Wolverhampton renew major partnership

The University of Wolverhampton has renewed its role as principal sponsor of the Wolves Academy.

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Innovation project clocks up first century of clients

A project supporting SMEs (Small to Medium Enterprises) to develop new products has just clocked up its first century of clients with 100 businesses now on board.

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Students have the right formula for racing improvements

The University of Wolverhampton race team (UWR) recently took part in the biggest student racing competition in the world – achieving a top ten place for the first time in three years.

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Visit examines pancreatic cancer research

The University of Wolverhampton offered visitors from Pancreatic Cancer UK the chance to examine its cancer research facilities.

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Graduate lays the foundations for success in construction

A University of Wolverhampton graduate is laying the foundations for success in the construction industry.

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Graduate broadcasts success with BBC role

A University of Wolverhampton graduate has used her degree to produce success by bagging a role as Broadcast Journalist/Digital Video Producer at the BBC.

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Student bowled over by England cricket team selection

A University of Wolverhampton student has been bowled over after being selected to represent England in the indoor cricket World Cup.

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Race Team shows off at Malvern Morgan event

The University of Wolverhampton is one of the sponsors of the Morgan Motor Company’s big showground event being held in Malvern over the August Bank Holiday weekend.

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Teaching Assistant scheme gets full marks for employability

The University of Wolverhampton’s third cohort of Graduate Teaching Assistants (GTA) has celebrated completion of their teaching qualifications – getting full marks for employability.

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Top accreditation for human resources degree

A University of Wolverhampton degree has received top accreditation, recognising the professional quality of the course.

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‘Blind marking’ has had little impact on academic performance, new study finds

Anonymous marking in university assessments has had little impact on the academic performance of different student groups, a study has found.

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National teaching excellence award for academic

An inspirational University of Wolverhampton expert has received a top national award recognising excellence in teaching.

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Scientists rediscover ‘extinct’ toad in Ecuador

A species of toad believed to have been extinct for more than 30 years has been rediscovered in the ‘Dracula Reserve’ region of Ecuador.

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Researcher puts marathon theory into practice

A self-confessed running obsessive from the University of Wolverhampton is hoping to put his own research into practice when he takes on two marathon challenges.

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