Hundreds of visitors are expected at Wrexham Glyndŵr University at an open day this weekend.
Taking place between 10am and 2pm on Saturday 18th August, the event gives prospective students the chance to visit the university and find out more about courses they are hoping to study.
During the day a series of events and workshops will take place – along with university lecturers and staff on hand to offer any advice and answers potential students may have.
Earlier this year Wrexham Glyndŵr University became a Top 100 University in the Guardian University Guide 2019, rising 24 places in the league tables – with the university also being one of the top 10 risers in the UK.
Andy Cairns, Glyndŵr’s events, experience and CRM officer said: “If you are thinking of taking an undergraduate degree this year, there’s going to be something on offer at our Open Day which will interest you.
“From portfolio surgeries for students thinking of applying to our School of Creative Arts to virtual and augmented reality demos and challenges, there’s a wide range of events throughout the day – as well as regular tours around our campuses so you can see where you’ll be studying.”
Admissions Manager at Wrexham Glyndwr University, Andy Phillips, added: “We still have availability across a wide range of subject areas for September so it’s not too late for anyone who is waiting on exam results or who is unsure if university is for them, to come and find out.
“The admissions team will be on hand throughout the day to answer any questions about the admissions process and advise on entry requirements.
“There’s something for everyone at Wrexham Glyndwr so make sure you come along on August 18 and find your future.”
Students who are planning to study at Wrexham Glyndwr in September 2018 on a full-time undergraduate Engineering degree may be eligible to receive a bursary which offers free Student Village accommodation for one academic year.
This week the university will also be on hand to guide prospective students through the clearing process – with thousands of students set to get their A Level results on Thursday.
You can book to attend the open day and find out more information about what’s on offer on the university’s website.