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Blog: University courses

Interested in finding out more about the courses on offer at Wrexham Glyndŵr University? 

You can view our current list of undergraduate courses on our main website but these blogs will give a first-hand account from both staff and students what studying here is really like.

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First responders to Human Trafficking and the support they offer

One such crime which is critically addressed across the our Criminology curricula in both our undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes is the topic of Modern Day Slavery and Human Trafficking. In this blog you will hear from a first responder of Human Trafficking and her role within BAWSO, who specialise in these services in the North Wales area.

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How my Criminology & Criminal Justice MA has enabled me to support victims of domestic violence

By studying an MA in Criminology and Criminal Justice, WGU graduate Lisinayte Lopes, is now able to support victims of domestic violence. In this blog you will read about Lisinayte's thesis and details about her current role.

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How Have our Experiences with Products Changed?

With the world slowly coming out of COVID restrictions, lecturer Daniel Knox found himself looking back over the last few years to see how the world of product design might have changed and specifically how our interactions and personal experiences with products have changed.

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A Love Letter to the NHS on its 73rd birthday

On the 73rd anniversary of the founding of our National Health Service, third year BN (Hons) Registered Nurse (Adult) student Rachel Luty shares her love for this treasure that belongs to us all.

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The power of Engineering – a reflection during Wales Tech Week

One of many disciplines that has been integral to the pandemic response and recovery is Engineering. The education sector has been transformed as classrooms switched to a virtual setting overnight and engineers were, and still are in high demand to support healthcare organisations use technical equipment correctly and efficiently.

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