Wrexham Glyndwr University

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1. Student Advice and Guidance

If you need help, support and guidance, the student Advice and Guidance team can support you with accommodation, counselling, health and well being, chaplaincy, funding and money advice, this includes hardship. The team are friendly and want to help you succeed while you are at Wrexham Glyndwr university.

Find out more about Student Advice and Guidance >

2. Careers and Employability

The Careers and Employability Service at Wrexham Glyndŵr University has a wealth of expertise, resources, and opportunities to help you make your career decisions and support you to gain the experience needed to fulfil your potential. The service is designed to provide impartial and professional information, advice and guidance for potential students, current students and graduates. It also works with employers to promote their vacancies and volunteering opportunities.

Whether you are looking for part-time work while you are studying, a volunteer opportunity over a semester break or a graduate job on completion of your course – our team will be there to support you every step of the way.

Contact the Careers and Employability Service by email >

3, Inclusion Services

At Wrexham Glyndwr University we believe that higher education should be available for everyone, and we strive to provide the best possible accessibility for disabled students.

Whether you already know that there may be individual needs arising in relation to a disability, medical condition, or specific learning difference, such as dyslexia, or you become aware of needing support when you start your studies with us – we are here to help. There is a range of services to help you right from the point you choose to disclose a disability or learning difference.

Our Inclusion Services team at the university offers appointments if you wish to discuss any issues relating to learning support or disability, informally and in confidence.

We can help arrange for you to:

  • Find out if you are experiencing learning differences, such as dyslexia
  • Access specialist one-to-one tutor support
  • Meet with a mental health mentor
  • Help ensure appropriate exam arrangements are in place
  • Apply for Disabled Students' Allowance (DSA) if you are eligible
  • Arrange an appointment at our on-site Assessment Centre

Contact the Inclusion Services team by email >