Glyndwr University News Updates
Part-time bursaries of up to £1875 on offer to Welsh-domiciled students
Funding available for students who join in the 2017/18 academic year with course fees of £4,500 pay the remainder of their fees using a loan. Read More >>
PERICLO exhibition opens at School of Creative Arts
New location for creative space in the historic former Wrexham Infirmary building at Regent Street.
2017 School of Creative Arts Degree Show opens
The exhibition features the first public display of professional works by Wrexham Glyndwr University students who are set to graduate this year. Read More >>
Leaders of industry in North Wales came together at Wrexham Glyndwr University to discuss how best to strengthen the economy and create new jobs ahead of Brexit.
Among the topics discussed by Deeside Business Forum – which included Lord Barry Jones – were how firms should prepare for the UK’s exit from Europe, pathways to finance, and collaboration between academia and industry. Read More >>
Car tint company boss praises innovative new North Wales Business Academy collaboration
Tom Smith founded Window-Tint in Saltney eight years ago. The inspiration for the company came from Tom’s own passion for cars. Read More >>