Studying a nursing or allied health degree at Wrexham University opens up a world of opportunities for students to become Nursing and Allied Health professionals of the future.

Our courses are developed with the support of health boards and trusts, including Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, Powys Teaching Health Board and the Welsh Ambulance Service Trust (WAST), to help provide high-quality health education and training opportunities in Wales.

The Health Education Innovation Quarter (HEIQ) at Wrexham University will house our suite of Nurse Education and Allied Health Education programmes being offered by Wrexham Glyndŵr University, transforming healthcare education in North Wales. Take a look at our Health Education Innovation Quarter brochure.

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Nursing andAllied Health

Following our successful funding bid from Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW), we're proud to offer a wider range of Nursing & Allied Health programmes than ever before, right here in North Wales. Take a look at our courses below:

Jacqui - BSc Occupational Therapy

“My degree enabled me to hold the post of occupational therapist, it is a protected title and an accredited degree is required to practice in this field. It combines both academic study and practical field-based education, this was a vital part of developing my professional identity, recognising my strengths, weaknesses and an area of practice to specialise in. I also made some great connections with educators while on placement and I still keep in touch with them today.”

Jacqui Brett BSc Hons Occupational Therapy

“I had looked at what the university offered, the smaller classes, the support network, and let me say it has not disappointed, the help is constant if needed, the tutors are all highly decorated with relevant qualifications within the nursing field.”

Rachel McCabe BN Hons Nursing
Rachel McCabe BN Nursing

For more information on any of our courses, or to speak to a member of the team about applying, please contact