Explore our vibrant undergraduate course list to find the course for you - Apply today for September 2018 entry.

Wrexham Glyndwr University Logo
WGU ten years
University open dayWGU UG prospectus

chat to admissions
Returning students

Returning students


Students returning after the summer break will be required to re-enrol in order to continue your studies at Wrexham Glyndwr University and to make sure that you receive your student loan payments.

An email request will be sent out to you in advance to allow you to re-enrol online - if you are awaiting (re-)assessment after the summer this email request will follow your assessment board.

All communications made to you will be via your main student email address.  

If you are unable to enrol online you can do so in person on any day during Welcome Week, commencing September 25 2017.

We ask that you please ensure that all your details are up to date to guarantee the relevant information will be accessible to you in the future.  Check your student record here and update if necessary.

Please note that you must re-enrol each academic year, and in addition must pay your fees in full each year. Students with financial debts from the previous year will not be permitted to re-enrol for the coming year. Your enrolment is not fully completed until all fees due for the year are paid.

Course dates

Returning students will start the week commencing October 2, 2017.

You will receive an email before the start of term with relevant information about your continuing studies.  Course timetables may be subject to change and amendments could be made near the start of your return so check back regularly in case of any changes.

Course timetables

ID Cards

ID cards are retained for use from year to year and are not re-printed (except for lost or damaged cards).  If you require a replacement card, please visit IT services situated within the library.


If you are a returning student and you have yet to secure accommodation you can get more information from our accommodation pages.

Many of our returning students choose to move to private accommodation in their second or third year of university.  You can source the accommodation yourself, or you can use our online accommodation search facility.  Our accommodation team are on hand if you require any assistance and can be emailed at accommodation@glyndwr.ac.uk

Welcome address

Students returning to Wrexham Glyndwr University will be invited to attend a special Vice-Chancellor's welcome address for the new academic year which will take place on September 28, 2017 at 11am.

This will be a chance to hear the latest news and developments from the University and the Students' Union as well as looking forward to the opportunities that the year ahead will bring.

The address will take place in William Aston Hall - there is no need to book for the session, please just arrive a few minutes beforehand and take a seat. 

As well as the welcome address, returning students are also very welcome to attend the Fresher's Fair, and keep an eye out for additional events relating to your course - check your programme timetable for more information.

University open dayWGU UG prospectus

chat to admissions