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About Wrexham University
Wrexham University is a bright, friendly, and inclusive learning community. We are focused on inspiring you to aim higher and to achieve more through the experiences and knowledge you will gain as you study with us. Our academics know you by name and are personally dedicated to equipping you with the knowledge and skills to prepare you for your future.
We are ranked first in England and Wales for social inclusion six years running (Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2024) and our students always comment on the community feel of our campuses, as studying here feels...
Wrexham University is a bright, friendly, and inclusive learning community. We are focused on inspiring you to aim higher and to achieve more through the experiences and knowledge you will gain as you study with us. Our academics know you by name and are personally dedicated to equipping you with the knowledge and skills to prepare you for your future.<br/><br/>We are ranked first in England and Wales for social inclusion six years running (Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2024) and our students always comment on the community feel of our campuses, as studying here feels like home.<br/><br/>The university additionally is running an £80 million campus project to improve all of our facilities and campuses to ensure that our current and future students have the best learning environment.<br/><br/>We're also 2nd in the UK for teaching quality in The Times Good University Guide 2024, and have risen 41 places in the Guardian University league tables. What's more, the university has recently invested £60 million into upgrading its facilities as part of its impressive Campus 2025 project to offer an even better student experience.
The university's main campus, Plas Coch, is located on Mold Road in the heart of Wrexham next to the Racecourse Ground – the oldest international football stadium in the world. It is home to the university's halls of residence, Wrexham Village, and is just a five-minute walk from Wrexham General Railway Station or a 10-minute walk from Wrexham town centre.
Wrexham boasts modern social learning spaces including, the B Hive, The Study, and The Gallery as well as the library, and the students' union. We have developed subject-specific spaces including new science labs and our Colliers Park National Football Development Centre. Our Health Education & Innovation Quarter (HEIQ) includes a cutting-edge Healthcare Simulation Centre for hands-on, simulated, scenario-based learning.
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Wrexham University Key Information
Our undergraduate courses are career-focused and designed with employability in mind, ensuring that our students leave fully equipped with the skills and experience needed to find a career in their chosen field.
The university also has strong links to local industries and the number of new graduates from Wrexham who are in full-time employment exceeds the UK average, according to student survey data from the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA).
Being the largest city in north Wales, it's no surprise that Wrexham has a lively nightlife scene. On campus there's our Students’ Union bar and Glyn’s, offering tasty and affordable food options. Venture into the city centre and you'll find clubs and cocktail bars, traditional pubs, sports bars and live music venues. So, whether you want to grab a pint while watching the footy with your mates or let your hair down after a long day studying by dancing 'til dawn, you'll find everything you need to make your student experience an unforgettable one.
In the city centre there are a growing number of galleries, museums and arts venues, including the award-winning Ty Pawb which has hosted work from iconic artists like Antony Gormley and Grayson Perry. Plus, there is a annual busy line-up of events and festivals. Think Wales Comic Con, Wrexham Feast and Wrexham Carnival of Words as well as international music festival, FOCUS Wales. We're also surrounded by world-class historic attractions, such as Erddig Hall, UNESCO World Heritage site, Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, and not one, but three of the Seven Wonders of Wales.
Following our successful Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW) bid to deliver new Allied Health courses in addition to existing ones, we’ve developed a Health Education & Innovation Quarter (HEIQ) to include a Healthcare Simulation Centre. We have brand new science labs and a number of social learning spaces for all of our students.
Tuition Fees, Scholarships and Bursaries
If you're a UK or EU student joining a full-time undergraduate degree at Wrexham University, the tuition fees are set at £9,000 per year. For international students (not from the EU) the tuitions fees are set at £11,750.