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How to apply

How to apply

For an Undergraduate degree course at Wrexham Glyndwr University:

If you want to study in the first year of a full-time, 3 year undergraduate degree course you should apply through UCAS (our code is G53).

Advanced entry

If you have either already successfully completed, or are studying towards completing a qualification in your own EU country you may be eligible to apply to enter the third/final year of our undergraduate degree programmes. In most cases you may be able to obtain an undergraduate honours degree [BEng (Hons), BSc (Hons) or BA (Hons)] in just one academic year.

If you wish to do this you should apply using our direct application form. If you prefer you may apply through UCAS (our code is G53) although this is not necessary.

Single semester study

If you wish to apply to study for one semester only you should apply using our direct application form.

Postgraduate courses

If you want to study for a postgraduate course (MSc, MBA) you should apply with our direct application form.

After applying

Once you have been offered a place on a course at Wrexham Glynd┼Ár University you will need to make sure you complete the following before you start your course:

  • Confirm you wish to take up your offer of a place – email us at, quoting your Student ID.
  • Arrange your accommodation
  • Apply for student funding (if applicable)
  • If your offer is conditional, please email scanned copies of your transcripts/qualification certificates (specified in the conditions on your offer letter) once you receive them to You will need to show the originals at enrolment, along with photo ID (such as your passport, ID card or driving licence)

Contact Us

If you have an questions about choosing a course or applying please call our admissions team on 01978 293439 or email

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