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Wrexham Village is a privately-run, purpose-built student accommodation and is a popular option with students. Rooms are available to both new and returning students across all levels of study, including postgraduate.
The village comprises 321 en-suite study bedrooms split into flats of between six and eight bedrooms with a shared kitchen/living area. Students can choose from a standard single room, a single+ room, which is slightly larger and comes with a bigger bed, or a double room (subject to availability). The rooms are modern and bright with spacious bathrooms and plenty of storage and workspaces.
The communal kitchen/living areas are also modern and bright, and come fully equipped with plenty of storage space, fridges, and a flat-screen TV for all to share. Also on-site is a launderette and free secure parking. There is 24-hour on-site security and maintenance staff.
The village is conveniently located right next to the main campus and is also close to the town centre, with all of its amenities, and both the train and bus stations.
For 2021/22, a standard en-suite single costs £115 per week, a single+ en-suite costs £121 per week, and a double room costs £168 per week. Costs include Wi-Fi, all utility bills, and a TV licence covering the communal TV.
The university’s campuses feature a host of cutting-edge facilities, ensuring students have everything they need to support their learning experience. Specialist subject-specific facilities include things such as a TV and sound recording studio, drama studios, design studios, as well as specialist engineering and computing labs.
The university’s Campus 2025 strategy is a £60 million programme of investments to enhance campus facilities and the local area. Recent investments include:
The student-centered Active Learning Environment (SCALE-UP), equipped with a range of state-of-the-art audio and visual technology, where academics can interact with students in small groups.
The brand-new Study, a £200,000 innovative social study space with a comfortable, relaxed atmosphere perfect for collaborative group work.
Acquisition of Wrexham Village - a 321 room, contemporary student accommodation, situated next to campus.
The Gallery, a communal study and relaxation space equipped with cutting-edge technology, featuring a rolling roster of artists.
A £200,000 upgrade to the catering facilities on campus including the ‘United Kitchen’ food court and brands including Costa Coffee and Starbucks.
The £5 million Colliers Park National Football Development Centre, which is home to two high-quality grass pitches, a FIFA-standard 3G pitch, and education facilities for students on sports-related courses.
More information can be found on the Wrexham Glyndwr website.