The University of Wolverhampton provides teaching and learning provision spans sciences, creative and performing arts, education, business and management, health and wellbeing, engineering and technology, law and social sciences.
The university are investing £250 million over the next five years, with ambitious plans to invest in education, training and economic growth.
The latest Destination of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey placed the University second in the UK for employability, with 96% of graduates securing work or further study six months after graduating. Satisfaction among students is at its highest ever level, with 84% of students reporting they were satisfied in the National Student Survey (NSS) 2016.
In the last round of assessment for research excellence in the UK, Wolverhampton was ranked at its highest ever level, with each member of staff and subject area evaluated by the Research Excellence Framework (REF 2014) recognised as having world-leading elements.