Bangor University has been offering world-class teaching and research since it was founded in 1884. Situated in North Wales, it is positioned in a fantastic location for students who want to experience a vibrant student lifestyle and exciting outdoor pursuits.
There is a wide range of courses available at Bangor University, across a selection of disciplines. The university is home to the North Wales Medical School, with new facilities helping to train students in various roles in the medical profession. It also offers specialist sciences, such as ocean sciences, with the university owning its own research ship – The Prince Madog.
Students at Bangor University will enjoy guaranteed accommodation in their first year (September intake), and have the option to join one of the 150+ clubs and societies to meet others with similar interests, building strong social bonds and offering a fun balance alongside learning.
Bangor's outstanding course-specific facilities and passionate faculty help to ensure all students enjoy a tailored, enriching study programme. Students will benefit from resources and learning spaces that are professional grade, and teaching staff that genuinely care about helping to develop the next generation of industry leaders.
Within easy reach of Bangor University, Snowdonia National Park offers breathtaking views and walks and the option to try various outdoor sports. A little further afield, the cities of Liverpool and Manchester are easily accessible by train, along with other destinations in North Wales, including numerous beautiful beaches that students may wish to explore during their down time.