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UCAS code: G53

Wrexham Glyndwr University is a vibrant, friendly and inclusive community. Here, you are a name, not a number, as they look at each inidivudal as a person, not just by grades. Their innovative £80m Campus 2025 strategy to improve students' learning and teaching facilities is already underway, with career and employability support available during and even after your studies.
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How students describe this university

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Vital stats

Sources: NSS, DLHE & HESA
Average graduate salary £17.4k Low
% of graduates in work or further study 93% Low
Student satisfaction score 77% Low

Number of students

7,490

students attended last year

Undergraduate / Postgraduate

59%

of students are undergrads

Full-time / Part-time

50%

of students are part-time

Male / Female

35%

of students are male

Young / Mature

79%

of students aged over 21

UK / Non-UK

7%

of students here are from outside the UK

What students say about this university

205 comments (37 students)
    • My time here at university has been a turbulent one to say the least, I started in 2020 where COVID-19 was prevalent and everything was online. During this time my education was very different in terms of how previous cohorts have had here at Wrexham university, the online sessions were alien and quite uncomfortable however did teach me about online integration and how things can be done online rather than always in person. my experiences with other individuals here at university have been a mixed bag where some individuals are very nice and other are here to cause a commotion and not here for an education.rnThe experiences I have with the students union are shocking and not at all positive in many aspects, my education has been very good actually here at university my time with tutors has been very supportive and positive, and my time in lectures when I have had issues have been addressed and looked at in a positive way. The department themselves I have no issue with, the workload is what I expect from a proper university, the time alone to do research is a good mix with my tutors always saying that I can come to them with questions and worries.rnrnIt is just the other students and the students union I feel let down by, whenever talking to other students here about anything I always need to remember that they do not care and will use any form of information against you in order to gain popularity, and well-standing with others. my time at accommodation has been hit and miss, sometimes the staff have been lovely and put my time here first, whereas other times they have not been as nice and polite.rnrnOverall I do see the potential that this university has however it has a long way to go before it becomes a place I will happily recommend to others.

      2024, 3rd year student, Psychology

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    • I do not have support or positivity towards the students union, myself and others have constantly been let down, staff look after their own backs and go about it in ways that can be disruptive or a negative hinderance towards students. Overall my students union do not represent me nor have my best interests at heart and it is up to others to ensure that students are take care of.

      2024, 3rd year student, Psychology

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    • the support I have recieved has been overwhelmingly positive, I have had support mentally and academically nad have not been let down

      2024, 3rd year student, Psychology

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    • I myself do not live on campus but the surrounding area offers accommodation for a good price. There is very good amenities close by with reasonable pricing and the local town is relatively cheap, especially when considering the towns surrounding the area.

      2024, 5th or higher year student, Social Sciences

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    • The university is very inclusive and caters for a varied and diverse of students wanting to study a range of courses. The lectures are experts in their fields, are very approachable and always do their best to help you achieve. The university also offer many opportunities to enhance your experience whilst there such as Student Ambassador, course representative and peer mentor roles, whilst the Students union offer many sport and course specific societies.

      2024, 5th or higher year student, Social Sciences

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    • There is always a dedicated learning skills team available to help with all academic aspects of university. There is also a very good team who are able to offer a range of support from mental health, funding, inclusion, careers and wellbeing have a chapel onsite welcome to all faiths. The university as a whole value the students and it's welfare I feel and this is evident when speaking with any of the services.

      2024, 5th or higher year student, Social Sciences

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