As a distance learning provider, partnership working enables us to reach out to even more people who may benefit from studying with The Open University in Wales. We work with community groups, employers, trade unions, schools and colleges and other partners to make higher education accessible to all.
Find out about new financial support for students in Wales and use our resources to spread the word to the people you work with.
The Open University’s Applied Software Engineering Degree Apprenticeship programme equips apprentices with the knowledge, skills and behavioural characteristics required to be a competent software engineering professional.
Our work in the community focuses on those who are traditionally under-represented in higher education, such as those living in Communities First areas, carers and disabled people.
As a Seren student you may be entitled to Welsh Government bursary funding which will cover the cost of the Open University module fees..
OpenLearn Champions bring The Open University’s free Open Educational Resources to communities right across Wales.
Youth enterprise and entrepreneurship project helping our students to take their ideas, hobbies and passions and turn them into businesses.
The Open University in Wales is part of the Achieve through Work Experience Programme which provides additional support for higher education students in Wales who face barriers in securing work experience.
At The Open University in Wales we work with trade unions to offer higher education to union members.