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Check out our school in the news below. To find out more about the university’s news, see our news section. Below you can also see what events we are hosting including our subject days where prospective students can experience a course taster session (starting again in the Autumn keep checking the website) . See our full list of subject days here.

Latest News

Matthew Williams

Author to headline university mental health day: Author and blogger Matthew Williams will visit North Wales to headline a series of events for University Mental Health Day

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Natalie Roberts

A university student whose debut book on mental health has been praised by critics is getting her teeth into a second release: Natalie Roberts is being lauded for her first offering, Write Through Depression, a resource for anyone wanting to control mental health issues by keeping a journal and diarising their day-to-day struggle.

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Football training

Sports students to benefit from investment in football training facility: The Football Association of Wales (FAW) is to sign a 99-year lease with the University and plans to transform the Gresford complex into a National Development Centre.

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Criminology - Dr Sarah Dubberley

Criminology leaders unveil revamped degree after success of new police collaboration: A Criminology course lauded for its teaching quality will unveil more innovative modules and ground-breaking techniques to keep students at the cutting edge of the justice system.

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Upcoming Events

3 May
Mental Health Masterclass
Friday, May 3, 10am - 4pm

If you're interested in mental health and want to know more about the topic or would like to find out about our mental health courses, come along to our Mental Health Masterclass.

In the morning, interactive discussions will take you from Hippocratic times right through to the current era to see how our ideas around mental health and illness have developed. You’ll also be thinking about how these ideas influence our views today and asking the question – what is a mental illness? The afternoon will be dedicated to wellbeing. We will look at what mental wellbeing actually means, exploring the Five Ways to Wellbeing, and think creatively about how we can help individuals and communities to boost their resilience and feel good.



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