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WGU ten years

Award-winning folk star Kate Rusby to perform at Focus Wales festival this summer

Even when Boyzone star Ronan Keating came knocking, the enigmatic folk singer turned the opportunity down. The Irishman later returned and the two enjoyed success with his 2006 single All Over Again, but it was a mere glimpse into the world of pop for the ‘Barnsley Nightingale’.

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WGU Global games jam

World's largest game creation expo returns to Wrexham Glyndwr University

GGJ is the world's largest game jam event (for game creation) taking place around the world simultaneously at physical locations that include the US, Japan, Australia, Sweden, Italy, Germany and Hawaii.

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New study reveals Welsh universities generate £5billion for the economy

An independent report, released by Universities Wales, demonstrates that universities are continuing to have a significant and wide-ranging impact on the Welsh economy, communities, and individuals, creating tens of thousands of jobs and stimulating economic activity in local communities, as well as the wider Welsh economy.

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WGU Study space

Work underway on innovative new social learning space

An area of lower A corridor on the University's Plas Coch campus is to be transformed over the coming weeks into a high-quality educational facility complete with seating pods, interactive demonstration areas, display screens and removable desks.

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Wrexham Glyndwr University student signs book deal and publishes mental health journal

A UNIVERSITY student whose debut book on mental health has been praised by critics is getting her teeth into a second release.

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