The University of Wolverhampton


In difficult economic times graduates are less likely to be unemployed than non-graduates and we are here to help our new students and graduates into the world of work during and after your studies.

We are committed to providing you with access to employers and experts, through the relevance of what you study here, real-world briefs for projects and competitions, you'll bring real-world insight to the business you represent, and an adaptable, professional attitude to work.

As a University of Wolverhampton graduate you'll be digitally literate, knowledgeable and enterprising, and focused on succeeding in your professional and personal pursuits.

Employment rates

Overall, 95% of students who graduated from the University of Wolverhampton in 2014 are in work or further study after they leave - a 5% increase in the past 2 years.
The results of the latest Destinations of Leavers From Higher Education (DLHE) survey*

(*The results for 2013/14 are the latest figures available. The DLHE survey is published by the Higher Education Statistics Agency.)

How we support you

Our new Enterprise and Employability strategy is focussed on supporting our students to develop employability skills and supporting our graduates to develop their employment options. As it states in our Student Charter, you can expect “to have careers and employment guidance from the University and Students’ Union with the opportunity of a placement or other work/volunteering experience during your studies”.

Our excellent Careers & Employment Service complements your academic studies and is available to help you plan your career, develop your employability skills and take the first steps into employment or further study at the end of your course at the University.

While you're a student

While studying at the University you can take advantage of the following programmes:

When you graduate

Then once you graduate, the support continues with: