|University Type||New universitity (Second wave of new universities) | Public University|
|Location||UK >> Wales >> Wrexham|
|Male / Female Students Ratio||52:48|
|Students Satisfaction||4.11 / 5|
|International Students Number||Undergraduate:1670 Postgraduate:730|
|Live in univeristy accommodation||15%|
|Living Costs||9135-12180 / Academic Year (9 months)|
|Address||Plas Coch Campus, PP1, Mold Road, WREXHAM|
|International Students Ratio||6%|
|Ratio of academic staff to students||1 : 20.1|
|University Research||1.69 / 4|
|Motto||Confidence through Education|
Wrexham is the largest town in the north of Wales and an administrative, commercial, retail and educational centre. Wrexham is situated between the Welsh mountains and the lower Dee Valley alongside the border with England. Wrexham's economy has moved away from heavy industry to high tech manufacturing, bio-technology, finance and professional services. The town also has the largest retail sector in North Wales. There are several shopping streets including Hope Street with major retailers and Bank street with independent businesses. Plas Coch and Berse retail parks are on the outskirts. Central and Island Green retail parks are in the town centre. Eagles Meadow is a shopping and leisure development which is connected to Yorke Street and High Street by a bridge.
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Wrexham Glyndwr University is a British university with campuses at Wrexham, Northop and St Asaph in north-east Wales; and at Kingston upon Thames, London. It offers both undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, as well as professional courses. Formerly known as the North East Wales Institute of Higher Education (NEWI), it was granted full university status in 2008 after being a member of the University of Wales since 2004. The university is named after the medieval Welsh prince Owain Glyndwr, who first suggested the establishment of universities throughout Wales in the early 15th century. On the Wrexham campus the University currently hosts the charity North Wales Science which operates as Techniquest Glyndwr a science discovery centre that welcomes the general public and schools.
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