The Open University in Wales
We are the leading experts in part-time, flexible learning. Every year, we help thousands of ordinary people achieve extraordinary things.
We are Wales’ favourite university – voted top in Wales for student satisfaction for nine years running in the National Student Survey.
Dr Rob Janes, Science Staff Tutor at the OU in Wales, and his colleague Mike Batham presented their explosive demonstration lecture, The Magic of Oxygen, to secondary school students at the Royal Institution in London last week (3 July).
Wildlife Trusts Wales has teamed up with The Open University in Wales to encourage people across the country to support nature.
Three craters on Mercury have been given new names thanks to researchers at The Open University (OU). The move follows approval by the International Astronomical Union of names put forward by OU academics for three large lava-flooded craters they had been studying.
Research at The Open University ranks in the top third of UK universities.
Our events include open days, community learning opportunities, conferences, seminars and lectures.