Graduates and special guests celebrated a year of the University of Wolverhampton’s London office at the Imperial War Museum.
The event was hosted as a reunion for University alumni in London and to mark a year since the recruitment office opened in the capital.
The celebration featured an appearance by the University’s Formula 3 car, which recently finished second in the national F3 Cup, and a performance by Faculty of Arts music students.
Speeches were given by Vice-Chancellor Professor Geoff Layer, former Chief Executive of Education Central Professor Sir Geoff Hampton and the University’s F3 driver Shane Kelly.
Claire Shaw, Head of Alumni and Development, said: “It was a pleasure to welcome our alumni to the Imperial War Museum and to celebrate a successful first year of the London office.
“It was a great opportunity for our alumni to network and enjoy the grand setting, and we hope the event triggers further engagement with our graduates.”
For more information about the WLV Alumni Association, visit: www.wlv.ac.uk/alumni
Pic: Professor Geoff Layer speaking at the event
Pic: Shane Kelly sharing insights about the University’s F3 team