The University of Wolverhampton is a public university located on four campuses across the West Midlands, Shropshire and Staffordshire in England. The roots of the university lie in the Wolverhampton Tradesmen's and Mechanics' Institute founded in 1827 and the 19th-century growth of the Wolverhampton Free Library (1870), which developed technical, scientific, commercial and general classes. This merged in 1969 with the Municipal School of Art, originally founded in 1851, to form the Wolverhampton Polytechnic. The city campus is located in Wolverhampton city centre, with a second campus at Walsall and a third in Telford. There is an additional fourth campus in Wolverhampton at the University of Wolverhampton Science Park. The university also operates a Health Education Centre in Burton-upon-Trent for nursing students.The university has four faculties comprising eighteen schools and institutes. It has 18,875 students and currently offers over 380 undergraduate and postgraduate courses. In 1992, Wolverhampton Polytechnic was granted university status and became the University of Wolverhampton. Today our four Faculties offer courses in over 70 different subjects and over 4,000 students graduate from Wolverhampton each year. Maximizing opportunity through generating knowledge, innovation, and enterprise. To be a progressive and influential sector leader, championing diversity, growth, and creating life changes for all while enhancing the economic impact and accelerating ambition across the entire University community.The Strategic Plan is built around three key pillars of activity:Students FirstSkills and Knowledge for Economic and Social TransformationSignificant Influence and ImpactUnderpinning the Strategic Plan are our Core Values, which bring clarity in terms of how as an organization, individually and collectively, we have a responsibility to be clear about the way in which we behave and interact with others; together with guiding the decisions we make. We will behave respectfully and ethically, in all that we do. We will be inclusive and fair in our interaction with each other and with our wider community. We will act professionally, transparently, confidently, collaboratively, and challengingly when engaging with our communities locally and globally. Our Ambitious InvestmentsHaving invested considerably in campus developments in the past 25 years, the University’s £250 million “Our Vision, Your Opportunity” investment generation programme made a positive impact on the student experience through investment in buildings, facilities, teaching, research and skills training.The ambitious plans to invest in education, training and economic growth in the region have included the Rosamund Franklin building which focuses on the teaching of science, constructing a new Business School building, refurbishing engineering facilities at the Telford Campus, committing to the regeneration of Springfield Brewery, creating an international campus hub for construction excellence, and the Science, Technology and Prototyping Centre at the Science Park. This centre has been shortlisted and won a number of awards since opening, including winning the Best Large Commercial Project at the LABC regional awards and also being a national finalist in the same category. INSIDER Property Awards 2018 – Construction Project of the Year - West Midlands Regional FinalistRICS Awards 2018 - Design Through Innovation – FinalistRICS Awards 2018 - Best Regeneration Project – FinalistCity Campus is the main site for the university and is situated in Wolverhampton city centre, opposite Molineux Stadium and approximately 16 miles (26 km) from Birmingham. Divided into City Campus Wulfruna and City Campus Molineux, it is home to several academic schools/faculties; administration departments; the Students' Union and student support facilities. In addition, there are three separate Halls of Residence on this campus: North Road, Lomas Street and Randall Lines. The Millennium City Building, opened in 2003, provides over 10,000 square metres of teaching space, a 300-seat lecture theatre, exhibition gallery, campus restaurant, and an "informal Social Learning Space". The Alan Turing Building contains an open plan workspace, as well as prototyping equipment and software packages for 3D modelling and product design. The Centre includes two TV studios with remote-controlled cameras and a full lighting rig, plus a radio studio with digital editing suites.The Harrison Learning Centre has traditional and electronic-based library facilities over four floors. It provides electronic auto-service and online cataloguing facilities, and academic librarians manage, monitor and update the available information. The Wolverhampton School of Art is housed in the George Wallis building, which was formally opened by Sir Charles Wheeler in 1970. It provides specialist equipment, facilities and expertise for students studying one of the various art and design specialisms available to study at the School of Art.
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