NOTE: This content is old - Published: Saturday, May 12th, 2018.
Wrexham Glyndŵr University has risen in this year’s Complete University Guide rankings – and seen a series of courses ranked among the best in Wales for student satisfaction.
The 2019 guide also rates Wrexham Glyndŵr University’s Occupational Therapy course the top in UK for student satisfaction – and 11th in the UK overall.
In Wales, the University’s Education and Nursing were also top for student satisfaction – and the third highest in the UK. Computer Science was rated the second highest in Wales for student satisfaction, and the 10th highest in the UK.
Art & Design subjects and Psychology were rated third highest in Wales for student satisfaction and the Criminology and Criminal Justice Course joint fifth highest in the UK for student satisfaction.
In the overall rankings, Wrexham Glyndŵr University was among the seven Welsh institutions who moved up the table.
Wrexham Glyndŵr University Vice Chancellor, Professor Maria Hinfelaar, said: “Wrexham Glyndŵr University are pleased to be among the Welsh Universities who have risen in this year’s Complete University Guide league table.
“Students are at the heart of the work we do here at Wrexham Glyndŵr University and we are confident we will see further improvement in future tables.
“We’re also delighted that our Occupational Therapy course topped the Welsh and UK tables for student satisfaction and that our Nursing and Education courses were top in Wales – plus our Art & Design, Computer Science and Psychology courses were also all in the top three.
“We are committed to driving academic excellence and providing a progressive, inspiring environment that’s designed to allow each student to reach their potential.
“Our ambitious Campus 2025 estates strategy renewal programme has already seen an innovative social learning space, The Study, open and improved catering facilities unveiled, with much more to come.
“We are working closely alongside our award-winning Student Union – judged Wales’ best Higher Education union at this year’s NUS Wales awards – on the programme and on all aspects of the student experience.”