Our campuses and facilities
Glyndŵr University is one of the fastest-growing universities in the UK.
Spanning the diverse and dynamic North East Wales region, the university has developed an enviable range of facilities which are used by students, industrial partners and the public.
Plas Coch Campus, on Mold Road in Wrexham is the larger of the university’s two sites in the town and houses a wide range of the university's courses, as well as facilities including the Centre for the Creative Industries (pictured above), Centre for the Child, Family and Society and Glyndŵr University Racecourse Stadium. The North Wales School of Art & Design is based at Regent Street, just a ten minute walk away in the direction of the vibrant town centre.
Between the two sites lies Wrexham General railway station, and the bus station is located in the town centre, just five minutes’ walk from Regent Street.
Glyndŵr University also has high quality facilities for land-based learning at its campus Northop, Flintshire, while elsewhere in the county the Advanced Composite Training and Development Centre at Airbus is the result of a groundbreaking partnership between Glyndŵr University, Airbus, Deeside College and the Welsh Government.
At St Asaph the university has OpTIC Glyndŵr, a leading centre for the research and development of cutting-edge opto-electronics technology.
Follow the links on the left-hand side of this page to explore our range of facilities at campuses across North East Wales.
While we hope you will come and visit us soon for a look at the facilities at one of our open days, why not click here to see some key parts of the university and the beautiful North East Wales region in our 360-degree online tour?