Like what you see at Wrexham Glyndŵr University?


Facts

  • Ranked first in the UK for Social Inclusion for the fifth year running in the Complete University Guide for 2023
  • Top 10 for teaching quality in the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2023
  • Investing £80 million into new campus facilities for 2025

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 its own friendly community. Students are instantly made to feel supported whilst they are a part of a vibrant campus and city atmosphere. Wrexham itself has recently received a lot of media attention with the football club and the energy of the city makes the University a great place to be.

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: 7,000

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



Contact: 01978 290666 / +44 1978 290666

International enquiries: international@glyndwr.ac.uk

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

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