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Coping with depression at university

Coping with depression at university

It’s not uncommon for students to suffer from periods of stress whilst at university whilst managing a whole load of new responsibilities but what if the feeling doesn’t go away?

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Should I disclose a mental health issue on my university application?

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.

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Top Tips for Revising this Easter

Top Tips for Revising this Easter

Okay, so we’re half way through the Easter holidays. If you’ve been working hard all this week and are looking forward to a few days of chilling – then congrats on the determination. But, if you’ve spent the week binge watching Netflix (DO NOT START ANOTHER SERIES!) and deep down know you’ve got a pile of revision and essays to do, now is the perfect time to get yourself in gear.

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How to make friends at University

How to make friends at University

Heading off to University, especially if you are moving away from home, can seem pretty scary particularly when it comes to meeting new people and making friends.

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Spotlight on: Chaplaincy

Spotlight on: Chaplaincy

This week we put the spotlight on our Chaplaincy. Bobby, who works at the Chaplaincy is also a first year Education (Counselling skills and Psychology) student here at Wrexham Glyndwr. Read what he, and the rest of the Chaplaincy team can help with.

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