21 and Proud

On 17 June 2013 we celebrated 21 years since we achieved university status. As part of our celebrations we took a look back over our 180 year history of providing education in Wolverhampton and the Black Country. www.wlv.ac.uk/21andproud
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The University of Wolverhampton, Wulfruna Street.

The University of Wolverhampton, Wulfruna Street.

The University of Wolverhampton's Telford Campus.

The University of Wolverhampton's Telford Campus.

'Eye the Unconquered Flame' - sculpture by student Judith Woods (MA Fine Art, 2013) at the University of Wolverhampton, Walsall Campus.

'Eye the Unconquered Flame' - sculpture by student Judith Woods (MA Fine Art, at the University of Wolverhampton, Walsall Campus.

Wolverhampton Polytechnic's higher education shop.

Wolverhampton Polytechnic's higher education shop.

'The Breakthrough' - sculpture by Kathleen Fabre (BA Fine Art, 2013) at the University of Wolverhampton, City Campus.

'The Breakthrough' - sculpture by Kathleen Fabre (BA Fine Art, at the University of Wolverhampton, City Campus.

'Maturity' - sculpture by student Robyn Snelling (MA Fine Art, 2013) at the University of Wolverhampton, Telford Campus.

'Maturity' - sculpture by student Robyn Snelling (MA Fine Art, at the University of Wolverhampton, Telford Campus.

The University of Wolverhampton City Campus in the 1990s.

The University of Wolverhampton City Campus in the

Women's classes at Wolverhampton Technical School in 1938.

Women's classes at Wolverhampton Technical School in

Wolverhampton Municipal School of Art and Design - the building in Wulfruna Street opened in 1885.

Wolverhampton Municipal School of Art and Design - the building in Wulfruna Street opened in

University of Wolverhampton foundation stone.

University of Wolverhampton foundation stone.

The University of Wolverhampton's Walsall Campus in the 1990s.

The University of Wolverhampton's Walsall Campus in the

Inside the library of Wolverhampton Polytechnic.

Inside the library of Wolverhampton Polytechnic.

Inside the library at Wolverhampton and Staffordshire Technical College.

Inside the library at Wolverhampton and Staffordshire Technical College.

Students using the W.I.T.C.H computer in 1957 - now the oldest surviving working digital computer. Now housed at the National Museum of Computing.

The Harwell computer, later known as the Wolverhampton Instrument for Teaching Computing from Harwell (WITCH), or the Harwell Dekatron Computer is turned back on after 61 years.

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