A University of Wolverhampton student has secured an internship promoting the work of Learning Disability nurses on social media.
Students at the University of Wolverhampton can benefit from WLV Sport membership which gives them access to the gym, swimming pool and social sport activities.
The University of Wolverhampton has kicked off the third year of its sponsorship of AFC Telford United.
The University of Wolverhampton has launched a new policing degree which enables successful students to apply to become a police officer in any force in England and Wales.
A University of Wolverhampton student has designs on a career in illustration following a successful commission from eBay, the multinational online auction and shopping business.
As part of Black History Month, comedy writer and performer, Sajeela Kershi, will be performing at the University of Wolverhampton.
Two of Wolverhampton’s biggest employers have joined forces to launch a new strategic partnership.
We're welcoming visitors to our first Open Day of the new academic year on Saturday 12th October 2019.
The University of Wolverhampton is offering a big read for students who have started their degree courses over the past few weeks.
The University of Wolverhampton is hosting three exciting events at, and in collaboration with, the Birmingham Literature Festival.
The Wolves LGBT+ Pride Festival returns to the City of Wolverhampton this weekend with an exciting line up of performers, stalls, street food vendors and bars.
A new scholarship has been launched by the University of Wolverhampton to support Indian nationals wishing to study in the UK.
An event to celebrate 100 years of women working within legal profession is to be hosted by the University of Wolverhampton.
A graduate from the University of Wolverhampton School of Art has been selected to show their work as part of a major annual exhibition.
The University of Wolverhampton is bringing Physics to life with a series of lectures which explore matters of music, science-fiction writing, running, sound and more.
Budding engineers can take a vocational route all the way to a Degree thanks to an exciting new partnership between In-Comm Training and the University of Wolverhampton.
A group of students have been trying to find out what is distinctive about Black Country Humour in support of the Finding our Funny Roots project.
Five University of Wolverhampton arts graduates have given a voice to hidden stories of British South Asian women with inflammatory bowel disease through a new creative project.
England Test cricket captain Joe Root visited the University of Wolverhampton to offer his top tips to students and school pupils.
The first multi-national sporting event to be held in Walsall has been hailed a huge success, attracting sell-out crowds to the University of Wolverhampton.
Pharmacy School academics Dr Hana Morrissey (Reader) and Professor Patrick Ball returned in September to Universitas Islam Indonesia (UUI) in Yogyakarta.
The University of Wolverhampton is hosting a series of events to uncover the hidden secrets of the Black Country as part of the national Being Human Festival.
The University of Wolverhampton's Centre for Sikh and Panjabi studies is hosting a lecture and Q&A by noted Sikh entrepreneur, Lord Raminder (Rami) Ranger, CBE.
The University of Wolverhampton has become the first UK Law School to receive accreditation to offer a legal course under new professional body rules.
A team of new professors have been appointed by the University of Wolverhampton and The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust to drive forward medical research in the region.
A programme developed by The Royal Wolverhampton Trust (RWT) and the University of Wolverhampton to enable nursing staff to gain new qualifications and clinical experience has received a national awar
Students at the University of Wolverhampton are being encouraged to join a register which could save the life of someone with blood cancer.
By the middle of August, UWR’s F3 Cup student team should already have raced on the Silverstone National circuit, but owing to extensive resurfacing of the circuit, the mid-June races were rescheduled
University of Wolverhampton Fine Art and Art & Design Research Master's students will be exhibiting a dynamic and diverse range of works in a wide range of media at The New Art Gallery Walsall.
Delma Dwight, Director of Economic Intelligence at Black Country Consortium joins the University of Wolverhampton as Visiting Professor bringing over 24 years of experience to the Business School.
As a level-5 student in a business-related undergraduate degree, I appreciate that you may have an idea to how competitive the graduate employment market is,
What to expect, and how you can help your son or daughter at university Open Days.
Our favourite budget-friendly places by City Campus to fill your belly.
With Wolverhampton’s West Park picking up a coveted Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence for the fifth year running, we celebrate this amazing space – only 5 minutes’ walk from City Campus.
After a 178 year history it is easy to become sentimental about the demise of Thomas Cook.
Welcome Week is nearly here! We’ve compiled a list of fun things for you to do and try in your first week that will help you get your bearings.
Find out more about Arena Theatre, the University's unique arts venue on City Campus.
Be prepared for Welcome Week and your new student journey with advice from someone who's lived it.
Follow our top tips to adjust to living away from home for the first time.
Professor of Digital Learning John Traxler has spent time in Palestine, supporting work to develop education technology. Here, he highlights the problems facing teachers and children
If you're new to Wolverhampton - and the Black Country - you might find some phrases a bit new and unusual. So take a look at our guide of some of the more common phrases you might hear.
Your guide to stocking your room with some Swedish style
Don't panic about picking up the phone and calling us during Clearing - call the hotline on 01902 51 85 85 and our friendly team will be able to help. Here's our guide to what you can expect...
Digitally minded students will be answering questions and providing advice as part of A-Level results day at the University of Wolverhampton.
Ruth Round, a senior education adviser for finance at the University, offers her top tips for funding your studies and ways to help student budgets stretch further.
An entrepreneur from the University of Wolverhampton who has designed an app to help students make new friends has won a business competition.
Third year student Lauren offers up her tried-and-tested revision top tips.
Dr Hamid Pouran, Lecturer in Environmental Technology, examines the current European heatwave in relation to climate change.
The major network provider in the Netherlands (KPN) suffered a massive outage earlier this week, writes Information Security expert Tony Proctor. The main effect of this seems to have been the loss of
Compared with the outrage expressed by many UK journalists and newspapers who are not known regular followers of women’s football, Professor Jean Williams and Professor Tracey Davenport argue the need
This week we are celebrating National Breastfeeding Awareness Week in the UK, and those following parenting or breastfeeding groups within social media may see an increase in breastfeeding-related
After being back in the UK for nearly three weeks I can happily say my system has finally adjusted. The reality of being back from such an amazing experience is kicking in
The BBC's Killing Eve was the must-watch TV success of 2018. As it returns for a brand new series this weekend, University of Wolverhampton psychology experts take a look
Told for the first time, this is the story of Pola Roupa, the first and only female leader of a Greek terrorist group.
A dramatic week in football set to end with the culmination of the premiership. Sports psychologist Professor Andy Lane says it’s just as stressful for fans as the players and offers some advice
It has been a season to remember for the University of Wolverhampton which has been the most successful ever for our sports teams, writes Multimedia Journalism student Andrew Rigby.
As a research student interested in going into academia in a field that has become my passion, I have realised that I have been keeping an eye on the development of women in Higher Education (HE).
On International Women’s Day, Professor Rachel Slater considers a long standing question in gender and international development – will targeting women lead to gender equality and women’s empowerment
Modern life causes stress for many people. Tracey Devonport, Professor in Applied Sport and Exercise Science, offers some advice on how to cope…
When I was an undergraduate environmental science student I was very much exposed to the thinking of Rene Dubos who is often attributed as being the originator of the slogan “Think Globally, Act Local