Biology, Chemistry and Forensic Science play a key role in our future and by studying with us, you can play your part in determining what this future will be like. Your degree will give you a head-start in securing a rewarding career.
The University's new £21 million Science Centre will be named the Rosalind Franklin Science building. Read more about the Science Centre.
Satisfaction among students at the University of Wolverhampton remains high, according to a new national survey. Read more about the results.
Biology, Chemistry and Forensic Science degree courses have been developed in close consultation with industry practitioners so that you have the up to date technical knowledge and design flair to work in today’s ever changing industry. View all of our courses here.
Our postgraduate courses have been designed to reflect current and emerging practices in industry and to expand your technological awareness such that you can play a pivotal role in your chosen profession. View all of our courses here.
The Research Institute in Healthcare Science (RIHS) is a cross-school initiative involving the Faculty of Science and Engineering, the School of Health and Wellbeing and the School of Sports, Performing Arts and Leisure. Find out more.
The Faculty of Science and Engineering offers Continuing Professional Development (CPD) in the form of UK and International short courses focused on best professional practice. These courses have been carefully designed to meet the requirements of learning professionals, business managers, policy makers.
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