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Wrexham Glyndwr University offers a wide range of postgraduate courses, along with part-time and professional qualifications.
Renowned for its high standards of teaching and inclusive learning community, the university is home to over 9,000 students, with around 1,500 of these enrolled in postgraduate study.
The university's main campus, based in Wrexham, is where you'll find the majority of programmes. There's also a rural campus a short distance away in Northop which specialises in animal studies and biodiversity, along with a cutting-edge research centre in St Asaph that focuses on opto-electronics technology.
All of Wrexham Glyndwr University's courses have work-related learning at their heart, and are led by research active staff with strong links to employers, ensuring students develop the advanced skills and knowledge they'll need to reach their full potential.
It's an especially exciting time to study at the university too. With a huge £80 million investment project - Campus 2025 - taking place across its sites, students will benefit from a fantastic range of new facilities and learning spaces.
If that wasn't enough, the university's league table rankings speak volumes - named 2nd in the UK for teaching quality according to The Times Good University Guide 2022.
The university offers a range of subjects, both taught and research based, for postgraduate students. These are:
As well as the usual university support, postgraduates on research courses will also have access to Research Office tutors who will oversee their development.
Students can apply to a study an MPhil or PhD at Wrexham Glyndwr University as long as they already have an undergraduate honours degree that’s at least an upper class second, or a similar qualification of an equivalent value.
As a result of its drive to ensure students leave 'work-ready’, the university has high rates of postgraduate employability. Plus, students can get tailored advice from the university’s award-winning Careers and Employability team and benefit from business support offered by the Enhancing Entrepreneurship service.