At the University of Wolverhampton, we offer over 500 courses to unlock your potential and help you on your way to a bright future.
Discover what you're made of at a university that offers 96 per cent graduate employability*, all the benefits of a central UK location, and teaching and provision that has been recognised as exceeding national quality requirements for UK higher education.**
*Destination of Leavers from Higher Education survey, 2017.
**Teaching Excellence Framework, awarded Silver in June 2018.
About the faculty
The Faculty of Education Health and Wellbeing is proud of its’ ever-growing reputation for service user and carer involvement. Founded on our strategy called “Shared experiences, learning together” which was launched in 2010, we have firmly embedded service user and carer involvement across all professional programmes in health and social care.
As a Higher Educational Institute the university trains health and social care professionals of the future for local health trusts, local authorities and care providers. Through the strategy, we are aiming to harness the experiences of service users and carers to help develop critical, reflective and innovative social work and healthcare practitioners that are able to respond to the changing needs of service users and their carers both now and in the future. We believe the foundations are now in place to deliver this strategy and help make a difference to the experience of service users and carers in the future by drawing on their real-life experiences in the education of our students