Glyndwr University Work Experience
This could be through using the University’s extensive facilities tailored to the courses we offer, through work placements, or through opportunities to enter competitions or showcase your work in exhibitions and performances. Creating opportunities which will enhance employability is always at the forefront of our thinking when we design our courses.
In addition, our Careers and Zone service is able to help you access work experience, part-time jobs and volunteering opportunities in order to expand your experience, make new contacts and develop valuable skills, all of which are essential to help you get your foot in the door of your chosen graduate career path.
Through our ADOR programme, Careers and Zone offer a variety of skills development opportunities and learning activities, along with one-to-one mentoring from project support workers.
Recent student projects have included:
- Supporting ARCH Initiatives to create a community wellbeing garden alongside countryside ranges in Flintshire
- Producing a festive theatre lunch for residents of a local nursing home
- Documenting the construction of the new North Wales prison in a legacy book
- Producing creative work to a client’s brief with Wrexham Maelor Hospital
GO Wales (Achieve through Work Experience) Programme
If you’re under 25, studying full time and struggling to find or identify suitable work experience, telephone 01978 293240 or visit Careers & Zone in the library, to find out if you are eligible to benefit from the GO Wales Achieve through Work Experience Programme. There is support available to help with travel to work experience opportunities, childcare, paid work placements and one-to-one support.
Work Experience is essential if you’re hoping to find employment once you graduate. We can help you to find out how you can make the most of your time here and access the best opportunities to increase your chances of graduate employment.