Today, the University of Wolverhampton officially marks 21 years since it received university status.
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Lecturers and staff from the University of Wolverhampton’s will be taking science to people on the streets of the city centre as part of a celebration of science, engineering and technology.
Bright futures await boys at West House School with more than half of its 11+ candidates being offered places at King Edward’s School in Edgbaston.
The achievements of some of the best young apprentices and adult learners in the West Midlands were in the spotlight last week as the In-Comm Training Annual Awards came to a glittering finale.
Half a century has passed since they flicked rubbers at each other from their desks, but up to 250 of a Sutton Coldfield secondary school’s first pupils are to reunite to mark its 50th anniversary.
Nationwide efforts to bring life-saving assistance to children and families fleeing the civil war in Syria have been boosted by the boys and girls of Solihull School.
A director at Google, a former fighter pilot and a design chief from Volvo Cars were amongst some of Coventry University’s highest-flying alumni who were back on campus at the weekend, 30 years after graduating.
A new study programme at Coventry University is set to become the first in the country to offer an accredited qualification to practitioners working in the cosmetic enhancement industry.
The University of Wolverhampton has been working to provide underprivileged students the opportunity to learn and develop English skills.
Coventry University will have a number of vacancies on its Board of Governors from September 2013, and is encouraging those who are interested to get in touch.
Enterprising students from Coventry University’s Business School have been coming up with ideas to make the city centre a better place to socialise with friends and family.
A prestigious international choral collaboration to celebrate the centenary of a great British composer has reached a climax at Solihull School.
Birmingham Royal Institution for the Blind (brib) is welcoming two major national charities to its Harborne site.
Youngsters from across the region were invited to attend an exciting ‘Acting for Screen’ workshop hosted by TV’s Donnaleigh Bailey.
A University of Wolverhampton society is celebrating after it scooped a top award at a national student conference.
A leading business expert from the University of Wolverhampton will share his thoughts on the modern global economy at a public lecture.
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