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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.

csi policing

On the Beat: my day as a police officer

Following last month’s crime scene simulation event, we caught up with Lauren, a policing student who was part of the team for the exercise to see what she thought about the day and if it helped her in her studies.

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Criminals: are they born or made?

Criminals: are they born or made?

Criminals: are they born or made? And what about murderers? Are they born bad or made that way? Criminology lecturer, Dr Karen Washington-Dyer discusses if criminals are born or made.

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Why some people don’t like goo

Why some people don’t like goo

This year, the original Alien film celebrates its fortieth anniversary, having spawned a series of sequels and prequels, as well as a lucrative franchise of books, models, video games and other products. So what made this film so successful and why is it still so popular today?

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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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Ethical Marketing – Can we save the ‘Rangtang’ and still make money?

Ethical Marketing – Can we save the ‘Rangtang’ and still make money?

Modern business is transforming the way we think about success, and in extreme cases, survival, particularly in our current economic climate with sustainable business practices and green impact being particularly highlighted. One wonders, which large companies will still exist in 2030…

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