Facts

  • Awarded Silver in the most recent Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF 2017)
  • Ranked 11th best university in the UK for courses and lecturers, 2018 (Whatuni Student Choice Awards)
  • 93% of students who completed a full-time degree in 2015/16 were in work or further study within six months of graduation – the best in the region.

One of the youngest universities in the UK, Wrexham Glyndŵr University was founded in 2008. However, its origins can be traced back to the Wrexham School of Science and Art in 1887 – and its name and ethos come from the 14th-century Welsh prince and scholar Owain Glyndŵr.

The University is small and friendly. Students quickly feel part of a vibrant, close-knit community, with a high level of support and personal attention.

It’s spread across four locations in North Wales (Wrexham Plas Coch, Wrexham Regent Street, St Asaph and Northop) that comprise modern facilities and beautiful listed buildings. The 14 academic schools offer a wide range of degree programmes and course options.

Wrexham Glyndŵr is an industry-led university with a strong emphasis on graduate employability. It has fostered strong links with leading local and regional employers, including Airbus, Kellogg’s, JCB and the BBC.

Quick stats

Location: Wrexham, North Wales

Number of students: 5,130

(Undergraduate: 4,520; postgraduate: 610; international: 1,005)*
* Figures from 2017/18



Contact: 01978 290666 / +44 1978 290666

https://www.glyndwr.ac.uk/

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