Wrexham Glyndwr University is based in north east Wales. Our main campus in Wrexham is ideally located to give students a great experience of studying in the UK. Wrexham is a vibrant and safe town with plenty to see and do. Being only an hour from the major cities of Liverpool and Manchester but also having beautiful scenery, heritage and outdoor activities right on the doorstep gives students the ability to have it all.
We offer vocationally relevant courses at undergraduate and postgraduate levels in a wide range of subjects including business, engineering, science, computing and the creative arts. Our career-focused facilities give students the ability to apply their knowledge and learn from practising their skills. Students are also given opportunities to engage with industry and showcase their work in competitions and exhibitions.
By choosing Wrexham Glyndwr University you will become part of a friendly, supportive community. Our lecturing teams are supportive with small class sizes meaning that students are able to easily gain support.
We are happy to consider applicants with the Greek-Cypriot Apolytirion. As a guide we’ll be looking for 17/20 with 16 in English Language.
We will also consider applications from those with the Greek-Turkish Devlet Lise Diplomasi or Lise Bitirme Diplomasi with a minimum GPA of 2.5/5 or 5/10 for entry to a Foundation Year and 4/5 or 7/10 for year 1 undergraduate study.
For Postgraduate study we require the Ptychion (bachelors degree) when studied at Open University of Cyprus, University of Cyprus or Cyprus University of Technology.
For all levels of study, we’d also look for evidence of your English language ability. If you’ve taken an IELTS test, we’d look for:
- Undergraduate – 6.0 overall, with no band below 6.0. Individual bands score of 0.5 below this required total may be considered.
- Postgraduate – 6.5 overall with no band below 6.5. Individual band scores of 0.5 below this required total may be considered.
For undergraduate study, we accept a minimum of Grade 16 in English Language from the Greek-Cypriot Apolytirion. If you’ve taken another approved English language test, please contact us.