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Wolverhampton plans jobs cull to plug £20m deficit

Image: University of Wolverhampton [CC BY 2.0], via Flickr

University is latest to cut staff amid financial pressures

The University of Wolverhampton has confirmed it plans to cut up to 250 jobs, citing the need to fix a £20 million deficit.

This month, the university said it had “announced a proposal to reduce the number of staff it employs”, which could affect up to 250 roles. It said that figure includes almost 100 staff who have already agreed to leave through the university’s Mutually Agreed Resignation Scheme.

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