Coronavirus update and international programmes
Wrexham Glyndŵr University has a strong history of welcoming international students and staff to the UK and they are very much part of our community. We understand that students and staff may be worried about the situation and we are closely monitoring the Coronavirus situation. Ensuring the safety and welfare of our staff and students is our priority.
Wrexham Glyndwr University offers the following programmes:
- Study skills + Master’s programme
Course duration: 3 Months leading to Masters course: 1YR (FT)
Why study a Masters?
- Invest In Your Future
- Higher Earning Potential
- Get Noticed In Today’s Job Market
- Career Advancement
- Make Connections
- Increased Respect And Credibility
- Pursue Your Interests In More Depth
- Contribute To The World’s Knowledge
- Get Academic Recognition
- Work With The Best
Wrexham Glyndŵr University are running Extended masters programmes, allowing students to upgrade their study skills in preparation for the full master’s programme.
This intensive programme consists of 15 hours of classes per week with plentiful guided independent study/homework. You will enjoy all the benefits available to Wrexham Glyndŵr University students, including banks of material on our VLE (Moodle) which will enable you to hone your academic skills. You will also have access to IT and library, student welfare, sports facilities, student clubs, social programmes run by the University centrally
You will be also able to familiarise yourself with the University campus and the many exciting leisure time opportunities in and around Wrexham. During this time you will have the opportunity to find out about student life at a British University and this will help you settle into your academic course more smoothly when you continue your studies at the end of September.
Key course features
STUDY SKILLS + MASTERS
- Study skills modules incorporating integrated skills for PG studies, academic skills and business communication
- Masters (see course list)
All modules on offer aim to enable students to further enhance your existing skills to achieve improved accuracy and general proficiency in your chosen Masters programme. Alongside academic study skills, the main focus is the further development of study skills and the acquisition of socio-cultural awareness.
You will be supported throughout in your learning with written interim reports on your work and oral feedback is provided on all courses at regular meetings with tutors.
Which course is right for me?
The pre-sessional course will enable you to continue with your chosen Masters programme having improved your academic language and study skills to an appropriate level and you will be able to communicate accordingly in most academic and social situations.
The course will lead to entry on Wrexham Glyndŵr University’s postgraduate programmes at the end of September 2021.
Masters course list. Choose your follow on Masters course from the following:
- MBA Entrepreneurship
- MBA Finance
- MBA Healthcare Management
- MBA Human Resource Management
- MBA Marketing
- MBA Project Management
- MSc Computer Game Development
- MSc Computer Networking
- MSc Computer Science
- MSc Computing
- MSc Cyber Security
- MSc Computer Science with Big Data Analytics
- MSc Engineering (Aeronautical)
- MSc Engineering (Composite materials)
- MSc Engineering (Electrical & Electronic)
- MSc Engineering (Mechatronics)
- MSc Engineering (Renewable & Sustainable Energy)
- MSc Engineering (Automotive)
- MSc Engineering (Mechanical Manufacture)
- MSc Unmanned Aircraft System Technology
MSc Biomedical Science
Monday Sept 27th, 2021, (application dealine 13th August)
Fees and Funding
Extended Masters (MBA): £15,500 (scholarships available up to £2000)
Extended Masters (not MBA): £15,000 (scholarships available up to £2000)
Payment terms: 50% before issuing CAS, 50% before starting the course.
Entry requirements and applying
Study Skills and Masters
Academic: A Bachelor's degree at 2.2 or equivalent (In India with 50%-60%, depending on the university you have studied at and the course you are applying for).
English: Must have a IELTS B2 (or equivalent) with a minimum overall score of at least 5.5, and a minimum score in all four skills of no less than 5.5.
Applicants, who do not meet the University of a 2:2 undergraduate degree will be assessed on an individual basis by interview. Relevant work experience will be taken into account when assessing applicants.
If you’re looking for a place to stay while you study then why not take a look at our accommodation section to get more information, including prices.
Applying for the course
You should make your application through our online application system, Centurus.
If you have any questions or would like further information about this course, entry requirements or application process, please contact our Admissions and Enquiries team.