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
Every Wednesday, 4-6pm
Why not come to one of our weekly informal drop-in information sessions?
Staff from the Education Department will be available in The Study between 4.00pm and 6.00pm to discuss Education programmes. Drop-in sessions in The Study are weekly from Wednesday 12th December 2018 until Wednesday 11th September 2019.
The programmes included are:
- MA Education
- PGCE (PcET)
- BA (Hons) Education and Childhood Studies
- BA (Hons) Families and Childhood Studies
- BA (Hons) Education (ALN/SEN)
- BA (Hons) Education Studies (top-up)
Wednesday, April 3, 9.30-11.30am
If you're thinking about studying Occupational Therapy here at Wrexham Glyndwr, come along to one of our taster mornings.
It's a great opportunity to learn more about the course, ask questions about the programme and application process and also meet the tutors and other potential new starters.
There will also be opportunities to take part on the following date;
- Tuesday, July 3, 2019 9.30-11.30am
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.