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Keep calm - It's results day!

Getting results can be nerve wracking – whether it’s your first year or final – we can put ourselves under a lot of pressure...

But everyone’s different and what’s disappointing for one person, might be great for another. It’s important to remember that no matter what you get in your results, there are always options open for you.

Getting your results

Wrexham Glyndwr University students will get their results sent via email on Friday, June 30, they'll also be sent to your home address in the post.

If you’re worried you might not be able to progress on to the next year of your degree, speak to your programme leader or our SPC team as soon as possible. They’ll be able to advise what your best course of action is.

Alex, is finishing her second year of the BA Hons Graphic Design course has some great advice for when you get your results,

“Result day - Scary! Don’t worry though, and breathe. (That’s easier said than done!) You’ve done your best, but you might still be worried about the final grade. It's always going to be on the back of your mind but keeping busy is the best solution.”

 “When you get your results either by e-mail or post, the one thing you shouldn’t do is ignore it. You might think that unread letter or e-mail is fine staying unread or that it isn’t going to tell you anything you don’t already know. That 2:1 you thought you were going into 3rd year or Graduation with? Is actually a 2:2…or a 1st -  you might be surprised by the grade you get! Just be brave and open that result like a boss, and remember you have done your absolute best.”

If this is your last results day - firstly, I hope you get the degree classification you want! And secondly, don’t panic if you don’t know what your next step is now you’ve finished uni.

It can be daunting, but our careers advisors are still here to support you (yes, even after you finish!) if you’re unsure what to do, get out there and try different things. Volunteer, travel, or if you’re ready, dive right into your career.

What about postgraduate study?

But if you’ve not had enough of uni life yet, perhaps you’re thinking about postgraduate options. Remember that as a Glyndwr Alumni, you could benefit from a postgraduate scholarship for taught postgraduate programmes here at Glyndwr.

And if you live in England or Wales, you could borrow up to £10,280 to study at Masters Level (please note that all loans and scholarships are subject to meeting eligibility requirements). Check out our Postgraduate Funding page for more details.

If you’ve got any questions about your results, we’re hosting a Facebook Live Q&A all about results and what to do next this afternoon (Friday, June 30) from 1pm. Head over to our Facebook page to watch and have your questions answered. 

About the Author

Hannah Lea

Hannah Lea

Hannah graduated from LJMU with a degree in English, Media and Cultural Studies in 2014. Since then, she has worked in a number of marketing and communications roles and is now Digital Communications Officer at Wrexham Glyndwr.