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Here you will find information about different higher education courses from across our partners in Wales (currently Mid & North soon to be expanded) and where available some inspiring tasters of educational content. Discover what is available by using the search and browse by subject, institution and many other categories listed below. You are able to filter and sort alphabetically, by the number of educational resources or distance from your location. Each course has location information enabling you to see them on the map in relation to each other.

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  • As well as developing an appreciation of complementary medicine philosophy based on a holistic approach, knowledge of health sciences, research and therapeutic skills are gained. Reflective practice is a key skill taught on this programme to develop student practitioners' skills and knowledge with the aim for graduate practitioners to draw on these skills later in their own clinical practice.

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  • This course will equip you with the key technical skills, design and artistic concepts required for success in the creative industries. Our Centre for the Creative Industries is purpose-built to the highest production standards, and is home to BBC Cymru in North East Wales. This offers a major advantage to graduates, who can benefit from networking with industry professionals, guest seminars from the BBC and other leading broadcast and production companies etc.

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  • The North Wales School of Art and Design at Glyndwr University has offered taught Master’s degrees in art and design since 1997 and typically attracts students from the following undergraduate subjects: Illustration, Graphic Novels, Character Design, Animation, Computer Generated Imagery, Photography and lens based media, Fine Art, Jewellery and Metalwork, Ceramics, Glass, Graphic Design and Print. The course will guide you through essential knowledge and ways of managing your ideas, taking in discussion and debate about current theories.

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  • •The University’s division of psychology is among the fastest-growing in the UK •Psychology regularly scores highly in national league tables and surveys •Students have access to a wide range of facilities including a forensic science suite, psychometric lab and human performance lab •Flexible schedule, most of the module lectures are available online, with monthly face to face time •Complete in-depth research in your area of interest with psychology

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  • The course is a three year full time degree. The year groups are small, with approximately 20 students in each year. Your studies will consist of lectures and group work at university, self directed study at home and clinical placements. A wide variety of methods of teaching are used with a strong practical element. Throughout the three years service users and carers are involved in your learning to ensure you learn about the real life experience.

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  • By combining dynamic laboratory work with a large number of field trips, the BSc (Hons) Geography, Ecology and Environment takes full advantage of the facilities at Glyndŵr University’s Wrexham campus, as well as our enviable location within reach of the rich and diverse Welsh countryside. Field trips will make use of the unusual variety of habitats within reach of the university, from Shropshire woodlands to the internationally important habitats along the river Dee.

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  • You will study health sciences, public and community health, health promotion, health ethics, leadership, social policy and social enterprise. By the end of the programme you will have an in depth understanding of 21st century health challenges and responses at individual, community, national and global levels. You will explore the physiological, sociological and psychological determinants of health, legal and ethical perspectives of health and the key public health issues facing individuals, communities and societies.

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  • Make a Difference! We want to help you to make a difference - to your professional development, to your organisation and to your customers. We will do this by: Supporting you to reflect on your practice Providing you with the tools to develop a critical awareness of an increasingly complex environment within which you work. Encouraging you to challenge existing practice and to develop new perspectives. Enabling you to identify and fulfil your own learning needs and preferences. Recognising the work you are undertaking in your practice can be used to demonstrate mastery.

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  • This programme introduces the theories of Chinese Medicine including the principles of Yin and Yang, macrocosm and microcosm, Qi, diagnostics and their application to practice.

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  • The BA (Hons) Social Work degree enables students to develop an understanding of the knowledge, values and skills that underpin professional social work practice. It covers a range of legal, methodological, policy, practice, procedural and theoretical considerations. These include the importance and value of social work, its development in social policy contexts and the legislative and theoretical frameworks within which it operates.

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