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WGU Blog

Wrexham Glyndwr University Blog

Welcome to Wrexham Glyndŵr University’s blog.  Written by current staff and students we aim to give an insight to what it’s really like to study here; offering helpful tips and answering questions for any potential students that are considering applying to Wrexham Glyndŵr.

Our posts range from information about your course and campus life to news and events happening in the local area. We’ll also cover some of the more national issues affecting the education sector.

Got any suggestions for the blog or just want to join in the conversation? Then tweet us at @glyndwruni using the hashtag #wgublog

University costs for parents

University costs for parents

Even if you're proud of your child applying to university, it’s understandable if you are also feeling daunted by the prospect of your child attending university – not least because of how expensive it can be.

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WGU Insiders: Being part of a society

WGU Insiders: Being part of a society

Whether you’re looking for a new hobby or want to meet some new friends, societies can bring everyone from a range of course to one main interest such as sci-fi, music, criminology or art. If you’re thinking about joining a society, don’t feel like you have to wait until the next Freshers Fair, because you can join at any time of the year!

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A guide to surviving uni

WGU Insiders: A guide to surviving uni

Hi, my name is Ebony and I’m currently studying in my second year of the Hospitality, tourism and events management course here at Wrexham Glyndwr University. Here is my insider’s guide to surviving university.

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Christmas on a student budget

Christmas on a student budget

It’s December so I think that means we are officially allowed to mention the C word. That’s right it’s only 24 days to Christmas!

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Preparing to move off campus

Preparing to move off campus

Whilst most Freshers tend to live in halls during their first year at university, it’s common practice to move out of halls and into a student house when you reach your second year.

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Open day & evenings

North wales university open days

Subject & taster days

Wrexham Glyndwr Uni taster days
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