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Latest press releases from the University of Wolverhampton.
 
Entrepreneur and Dragon’s Den star Hilary Devey CBE has been presented with an Honorary Degree of Doctor of Business Administration from the University of Wolverhampton.
The University’s Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor are travelling to India and Bangladesh to build upon the success of a similar trip last year to strengthen education, business and friendship links.
Talented Law students from the University of Wolverhampton have been recognised for their outstanding efforts in national mock court case contests.
The University of Wolverhampton is to spearhead a pilot project in a bid to help reduce Accident and Emergency waiting times for patients at hospitals in the region.
Business students from the University of Wolverhampton who raised more than £27,000 for charity received a big thank-you at a special event.
The University of Wolverhampton has welcomed a national report which highlights the contribution Higher Education makes to the UK economy.
A project set up to support and inspire the nursing leaders of the future has been shortlisted for a national award.
A University of Wolverhampton pollution science expert says an April shower could be key to ridding Britain of the Saharan dust and continental air pollution, which is causing problems nationwide.
Poundland is set to launch stylish new ‘bags for life’ designed by talented University of Wolverhampton students.
Students from the University of Wolverhampton’s Law School are volunteering to take up the fight on behalf of vulnerable people who are in dispute with the Department of Work and Pensions over benefits.
The University of Wolverhampton has become a founding member of a new educational trust which will manage up to 250 schools and academies in the West Midlands.
More students are completing their studies and getting degrees at the University of Wolverhampton, according to new national figures published.
A University of Wolverhampton academic has featured in a set of online films by a global sports brand examining how to take the perfect penalty.
The University of Wolverhampton Science Park played host to Lord Digby Jones as part of a showcase of West Midlands businesses.
Greater access to tongue-tie treatment will be available thanks to a new University of Wolverhampton course.

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