We’ve been delivering education at our main Wrexham campus since 1887, when we were known as the Wrexham School of Science and Art. We started offering degrees in 1924.
Glyndwr University has four university research centres including staff and students across all of the University’s academic areas.
University Research Centres
The Careers & Zone at Glyndwr University is home to a wealth of expertise, resources, and opportunities and is designed to provide impartial and professional information, advice and guidance for students and graduates. The Careers & Zone also offers a range of services for employers and academic staff.
Wrexham Glyndwr University is a British university, located in Wales, with campuses all around the UK.
Study one of their over 120 Bachelor's degrees, or one of their almost 30 Master's degrees.
Choose one of the degrees they offer in either Arts & Design, Computer Science & IT, orEducation & Training, or Engineering, and Business & Management.
The university took its name from the prince Owain Glyndwr, who suggested the constructions ofuniversities around Wales. There's no surprise, then, that the motto of the university is'Confidence through Education'.
About 54% of students at Wrexham Glyndwr University are over 21 years old, while 17% are over 40 years-old.
The applications are on a rolling basis, so you can apply anytime.
Tuition fees can be around 12000 GBP /year for international students, or over 6000 GBP /year for EU/EEA students.
Prepare at least 750 GBP /month to live in Wrexham, Wales, UK.
As a trusted application partner of Wrexham Glyndwr University we make sure you can apply easier to programmes from this university. By applying through Studyportals, you get dedicated application counselling, the option of applying to multiple programmes and better chances of being accepted to your programme. You can apply anytime and let us worry about the deadlines.
Select a programme offered by Wrexham Glyndwr University and start the application process. You will have to answer a few questions about who you are and what you want to study and create your application account. After you load your required application documents, you will be contacted by one of our application counsellors. The counsellor will make sure you’ll have the best chances of getting into the university. Finally, Studyportals will apply on your behalf.
At Glyndwr University we believe that higher education should be available for everyone, and we strive to provide the best possible accessibility for disabled students.Many students arrive knowing that they have individual needs in relation to a disability or to a specific learning difference, such as dyslexia. Others become aware that they have needs which require individual attention after they have arrived.The Disability Team can help with needs arising from a disability or impairment.
Glyndwr University provides modern comfortable accommodation in a beautiful setting and is suited to quiet studying away from a town centre location and is ideally located for students based on the Northop campus.
Student Village, our on-campus residences at Plas Coch Campus, is a perfect blend of quality and affordability which has made it our most popular accommodation.
We started life as a university (back in 2008) with just one campus. Since then, we’ve grown rapidly and now have a major presence in four locations. Three of these are in North Wales - Wrexham, Northop and St Asaph.
Our sports hall complies with national competition standards for badminton, netball, basketball, volleyball, futsal and handball.
Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS, Studyportals offers you the chance to receive up to £10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.
I studied Broadcasting, journalism and media communications (1st year) and I must confess that I did not feel like I was progressing very much. I went there to learn about journalism but the actual lectures of journalism felt like being in high school again, just reading articles and although I talked to the teacher about the lack of challenge of this subject, it remained...
The only problem i found was the diferencies between the programme there and the one in my home city
The student was given a lot of autonomy to study which was great because we could organise to get the assigments done in time and without doing them in a hurry (unlike my home university). However, the academic contents we studied were not really advanced.