Subject days (also known as applicant days), are course-specific days which offer you the opportunity to discover your chosen course in much more detail.
You may have already visited us at one of our undergraduate open days, but the questions you have now will be very different to the ones you had before making your application and initial choices.
Visiting us is the best way to get an impression of what it feels like to be part of our student community and you will also be able to meet other applicants who are hoping to study here at Wrexham Glyndŵr University.
Some of the days are designed for enquirers, while others are for applicants and for those who have already been offered a place on a course with us.
Upcoming subject/applicant days
Wednesdays, 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Why not come to one of our informal drop-in information sessions?
Staff from the Education Department will be available online between 4.00pm and 6.00pm to discuss our Education programmes on the following dates:
- 1 September 2021
- 15 September 2021
They will be able to answer questions about the structure of our full and part time courses, entry requirements and any other queries you may have.
Please book here to receive the link to your chosen session.
29 September 2021 4pm-5pm
Delivered by Daniel Morris. The recognition and management of traumatic head injuries in sport has become a point of discussion in recent years. This in relation to within career and post career complications.
Join us with Daniel on the latest consensus on sport related concussion. Daniel will also discuss the role of the Graduate Sports Rehabilitator with some key updates on the profession. Book your place here.
15 September 2021 12.30pm-2.30pm
If you're interested in studying with us but want to find out a little bit more about what we can offer, join us at our St Asaph campus (Optic Centre) between 12.30- 2.30 pm.
You'll be able to chat with lecturers, current students and experts on topics like accommodation, fees, finance. Staff from our Faculty of Social and Life Sciences will be on hand to answer all of your questions on the courses below:
Adult, Child & Mental Health Nursing, Operation Department Practitioner, Paramedic Science, Nutrition & Dietetics, Speech & Language Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Psychology & Counselling, Biomedical Science, Sports Injury Rehabilitation, Youth and Community & Social Work, Health, Mental Health and Wellbeing, Business, Criminology & Policing, Sports, Education, Animal Sciences and Veterinary Nursing.
20 October 2021 4pm-5pm
Delivered by Vicky Davies. Nutrition plays an important role in recovery following sudden-onset illnesses, such as viral or bacterial infections. Rebuilding strength, stamina and appetite are common rehabilitation goals for those recovering from a range of acute illnesses, regardless of specific diagnosis.
Join us as Vicky discusses the different nutritional strategies that can be adopted to support the rehabilitation and recovery journey. Book your place here.
10 November 2021 4-5pm
Delivered by Tom King. For the Sport Psychologist working in the professional football domain, it has become imperative to embed training of psychological skills within the interdisciplinary context.
Join Tom to explore his experiences of working within professional football academies and the implementation of the 5C’s (Commitment, Communication, Concentration, Control, Confidence) programme to promote a cohesive message of psychological support and increase engagement from all those involved in player development.
Book your place here.