Wolverhampton University to spend £250 million in huge investment
The University of Wolverhampton is splashing out £250 million over the next five years in a ‘once in a lifetime’ investment.
The university will spend a fortune to boost economic growth and job prospects across the Black Country, creating jobs in industry and bringing new forms of employment to the area in an investment project that has been two years in the making.
Money will be spent on a host of ongoing projects, including the £65m Springfield Brewery construction college and a £10m health college in West Bromwich.
The university is also building a £25m science block and an £18m business school.
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