The GO Wales Achieve Through Work Experience project helps students develop their employability skills, build confidence and create networks and contacts within areas of career interest; increasing chances of obtaining graduate-level employment upon leaving Wrexham Glyndŵr University. 

Working one-to-one with an advisor, we explore the best options for work experience opportunities within your area of interest and study.

All placements are completely tailored to fit you, your life, studies and other commitments.

Who can be supported by the GO Wales ATWE Programme?

To be considered for the project, you must be under 25, studying a full-time course at Wrexham Glyndŵr University and have the legal right to live in the UK.

You must also fall into one (or more) of the following categories:

  • Having a disability - a disability can be an impairment that may be physical, mental, sensory, cognitive, developmental, intellectual or some combination of these.
  • Have a mental health difficulty - a mental health difficulty may include a condition such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, PTSD etc.
  • Have a learning difficulty - such as dyslexia, autism, dyspraxia, ADHD etc.
  • Have a Work Limiting Health Condition (WLHC) - this could be a long-lasting health condition or illness, impairment or disability.
  • Have caring responsibilities - looking after children, relatives or dependents.
  • From a care background - where you have been looked after by a local authority.
  • Have a BAME background (minority ethnic groups) - Black and Minority Ethnic or Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic is the terminology used in the UK to describe people of non-white descent.
  • Come from a Low University Participation Area - To check, please visit and enter your home postcode (not your student address if it is different from your home address). If your postcode returns a 1 or 2 in ‘POLAR 4 Young participation quintile’ then your answer is yes to this question.


Call: 01978 293240

Or visit for more information.

GO Wales: Achieve Through Work Experience is part-funded by the European Social Fund and managed by the Higher Education Funding Council for Wales.