The BTW…campaign features five Wolverhampton students and graduates highlighting the impact of teaching, employability and investment during their time as a student.
The aim of the campaign is to promote the positive impact the University can have on its students and also to raise awareness of the TEF Silver Award, high employability rates and the institution’s ongoing investment programme.
Current students Natassia Smith (Law), Ian Unitt (Learning Disability Nursing) and Kristian Thomas (Strength and Conditioning) are joined by graduates Simone Stewart (Multi-media Journalism) and Rachel Toor (Construction Management) in the campaign.
A secondary part of the campaign is to promote the impact of student feedback to make improvements.
Using the same brand identity, the Student Voice part of the campaign will highlight what’s been done at faculty and course level to improve the student experience.
Anthea Gregory, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic), said: “We want to create a sense of positivity among students and staff at the University about the many things that have been done to benefit the student experience.
“At a high level these are improvements to learning and teaching, efforts to make our students more employable and investment in the physical estate.
“But also it is the smaller things at course level where students have told us they’d like to see something changed or improved and we’ve taken that on board and responded positively.”