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Blog: Careers

Your time at Wrexham Glyndŵr should open up a range of opportunities to you when you graduate – with a 92.1% employability rate we are top in North Wales for getting students jobs!

This blog will bring you news on careers guidance, job opportunities and even if you’re not sure what the next step is, we’ll bring you stories from previous graduates so you can find out what other students on your course have gone on to do next.

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Theory into Practice: How uni prepared me for World Cup Journalism

Calum Rice-Coates, a journalism graduate from Wrexham Glyndŵr University, has been following the World Cup for the last few weeks – as a journalist on an internship for sports website Real Sport.

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Student Life at WGU: Volunteering While Studying.

In the second of Ophélie Lawson's blogs she tells us what it's like to volunteer while studying at Wrexham Glyndŵr University.

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Student Life at WGU: Working While Studying

In the first of our series of blogs from student Ophélie Lawson, we look at the benefits and challenges of working while studying.

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Falling GP Numbers: What We Can Do About It!

The topic of GP shortages is constantly in the news so we asked Wrexham Glyndŵr lecturer in Public Health and Wellbeing, Dr Sharon Wheeler, for her take on falling GP numbers...and what we can do about it!

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Health is changing – be part of the revolution!

Health is changing – be part of the revolution!

For many hundreds of years, we have viewed the body as a machine and considered illness/ disease as a sign of the machine malfunctioning. But is this the full picture?

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