The University of Wolverhampton’s Elite Centre for Manufacturing Skills (ECMS) has formed an exciting partnership with In-Comm Training to help boost UK manufacturing skills.
In partnership with Black Country Living Museum, Wolverhampton Art Gallery & the Black Country Chamber of Commerce the University of Wolverhampton has secured funding to undertake pioneering research
The University of Wolverhampton’s School of Art (Est. 1851) will play host to a prestigious touring art show when it visits the region.
Two University of Wolverhampton academics visited Australia and Indonesia recently to present their research and explore opportunities for collaboration.
Award winning author, Gail Honeyman, is visiting the University as part of the Big Read campaign.
Two University of Wolverhampton academics will be speaking at an event which recognises the Commonwealth contribution to the British Armed Forces.
A new species of snake from Indonesia has been named after renowned herpetologist Professor Mark O’Shea in honour of his work with the reptiles.
The success of arts as rehabilitation will be the topic of a University of Wolverhampton professor's inaugural lecture later this month.
The new £12.5 million Black Country Elite Centre for Manufacturing Skills (ECMS) has officially been launched
An expert in African entrepreneurship from the University of Wolverhampton has shared insights into innovative education on the global stage.
Top judges, solicitors and a crown prosecutor were among the distinguished alumni to attend a reunion celebrating 50 years of law education at the University of Wolverhampton.
The short and long-term impact on education outcomes for children who suffer illness will be discussed in a University of Wolverhampton lecture.
One of Britain’s most influential journalists and editor of the New Statesman magazine is to be a guest speaker at the University of Wolverhampton.
Innovation and the British Army during the First World War will be the focus of a free public lecture at the University of Wolverhampton.
City of Wolverhampton has hit a major milestone in a bid to become an international learning region.
The University of Wolverhampton Race Team has finished 3rd in this year's F3 Cup Championship tournament.
The University of Wolverhampton is continuing to build on its commitment to providing employers with higher level skills by welcoming its second full cohort of Higher/Degree Apprentices.
Business students from the University of Wolverhampton were given a special tour of Jaguar Land Rover’s Engine Manufacturing Centre (‘EMC’) as part of a marketing project.
Two Black Country based undergraduates from the University of Wolverhampton have been rewarded for their academic achievements and community spirit, courtesy of the Richardson family.
A Wolverhampton theatre is expanding its opening hours in a bid to provide a greater offer to the people of the city.
The University of Wolverhampton is increasing links with Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital Trust as part of plans to develop the healthcare workforce in the county.
Researchers from the University of Wolverhampton have developed a new method of estimating body fat levels in children in a bid to tackle obesity in young people and prevent cardiovascular problems in
A University of Wolverhampton graduate has choreographed a career in dance by setting up the largest professional Bollywood Dance Academy in the North of England.
The University of Wolverhampton is working with BID Services to help deaf and hard of hearing women navigate healthcare services during the menopause.
University of Wolverhampton (UWR) Race Team engineering students narrowly missed out on the top place position in this year’s national MSV F3 Cup Championship title
The University of Wolverhampton is sniffing out the importance of smells and behaviour -building on its research into what the Black Country smells like.