Delve deeper at a subject event.

If you want to know more about a particular course or subject, our online and on-campus subject events are a great opportunity to speak to lecturers and learn more about studying at WGU.

What's on

Wednesdays, Monthly, 4-6pm

Education drop-in sessions

Are you looking at a career in education? Do you know that working with children and families is the future for you? Book in and see what it is like to be a student on our Education and Working with Children and Families programmes at Wrexham Glyndwr. Discover the range of courses and specialisms we have on offer and chat to our experienced academic team.

They will be able to answer questions about the structure of our full and part-time courses, entry requirements and any other queries you may have. All sessions will be held virtually, are on the first Wednesday afternoon of the month, and start at 4pm till 6pm.

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Multiple dates available

Sports Drop-in Sessions

Love sport, fitness, football or coaching and want to make it your career? Come along to one of our drop-in sessions and speak to our sports academics to find out about the range of courses we offer and what employment opportunities they could lead you to. 

Friday June 10 2022, 12.30pm - 2.30pm

Nursing and Allied Health Open Event

Our Faculty of Social and Life Sciences (FSLS) will be hosting a special open event at our St Asaph campus, to discuss some of our courses, giving you the opportunity to talk to our current lecturers and students.

The subject areas you will be able to discuss at this event are; Health and Wellbeing (Public and Mental), Nursing (Adult/ Child/ Mental Health), Operating Department Practice, Occupational Therapy, Paramedic Science, Physiotherapy, Psychology, Social Work, Speech and Language Therapy, Therapeutic Child Care, Youth and Community.

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9.30am-11.30am

Occupational Therapy: Is this the course for you?

Come and meet tutors and current students and find out what it is like to study occupational therapy and the opportunities that await you on the programme.

Tuesday 14 June 2022

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3-4pm

Youth and Community drop-in

Drop in and chat with our Youth and Community lecturers to find out more about our courses and a career working with families and the community.

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What's on

Thursday July 7 2022, 6-7pm

Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile – Ted Bundy

Join the Criminology team for their first of four online summer masterclasses, as they discuss the representation of Ted Bundy in the film ‘Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile’. This session will explore the ‘Halo-Effect’ within the Criminal Justice System and the glamorisation of serial killers.

PLEASE NOTE: You do not need to watch the film to take part in this masterclass. You can view the film trailer here.

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18+ ONLY

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Thursday July 21 2022, 6-7pm

Monster – Aileen Wuornos

Join the Criminology team for their second online summer masterclass, as they discuss the representation of Aileen Wuornos in the film ‘Monster’. This session will explore the depiction of female serial killers and those falling outside of an ‘Ideal Victim’ status.

PLEASE NOTE: You do not need to watch the film to take part in this masterclass. You can view the film trailer here.

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18+ ONLY

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Thursday August 4 2022, 6-7pm

The Silence of the Lambs – Alfredo Ballí Treviño

Join the Criminology team for their penultimate online summer masterclass, as they discuss the representation of Alfredo Ballí Treviño in the film ‘The Silence of the Lambs’. This session will explore the media exaggeration of cases and the predatory portrayal of serial killers.

PLEASE NOTE: You do not need to watch the film to take part in this masterclass. You can view the film trailer here.

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18+ ONLY

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Thursday August 18 2022, 6-7pm

Charlie Says – Charles Manson

Join the Criminology for their fourth and final online summer masterclass, as they discuss the representation of Charles Manson in the film ‘Charlie Says’. This session will explore the cinematic portrayal of cults and control.

PLEASE NOTE: You do not need to watch the film to take part in this masterclass. You can view the film trailer here.

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18+ ONLY

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