University can be a fantastic experience and can open up a whole host of opportunities to you in years to come but we also understand that it can also be an overwhelming and demanding time for students; whether it be adjusting to life away from home, meeting new friends or studying for your exams.
Follow our blog for advice and guidance and find out more about the support that you can expect during your time at Wrexham Glyndŵr.
Packing up for the summer
Lectures have finished, the campus is getting quieter and you have your last assignment or exam in sight…It won’t be long now until you’re saying goodbye to university life for the summer.
Choosing a university is a huge decision, but there are plenty of ways to help decide. Open days being one of them. Whether it’s your first degree, or your venturing back into education at a postgrad level open day events are a great opportunity to get a taste of uni life before you commit to going.
At university campuses across the country, many students will be starting to worry about their upcoming exams. Here are some top revision tips to help you plan for and get through the dreaded exam period.
Should I disclose a mental health issue on my university application?
With so many things to include, such as your expected grades and your personal statement, filling out your university application form can be a daunting experience for most people. But for some, the biggest hurdle that they’ll come across is deciding whether or not to disclose the fact that they have a disability or a mental health difficulty.