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Bangor University graduate Rosie Barratt is currently working as a Horticultural Technician at Treborth Botanic Garden, Bangor University. Rosie studied Ecology at Bangor and graduated in 2008.
"My job is so varied and involves communicating with people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds."
A former Bangor student has credited his time at the University in helping him on his way to a career at the forefront of wildlife conservation.
Sujoy Banerjee from India studied a short course in Environmental Management and Sustainable Development at the University’s School of Environment and Natural resources. After leaving Bangor, he returned to his home country and joined the Ministry of Environment and Forests in Bhopal, central India. Two years ago he was seconded to work for WWF-India as head of species conservation.
A former postgraduate student has spent the past two years working for the Bioacoustic Research Program at the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology as a Research Analyst. Emily Griffiths studied MSc in Marine Biology in 2008-09.
Recently, Emily accepted a position in San Diego, CA working for SWFSC-NOAA as an Acoustic Technician.
Graduating from university is an exciting time and the beginning of a new chapter in your life. But, once you've finished three years of hard work, what's the next step? Bangor University graduates share their experiences of starting on their career paths.
Louise McCartan landed a job with Google a week after handing in her Masters thesis at Bangor.
She's now set up her own business in Belfast.
Pete Bennett graduated from Bangor University in 2002 with a BA (Hons) in English with Creative writing.
After a stint writing questions for TV quiz show, The Weakest Link, Pete now works as a Researcher on the BBC’s The One Show.
A former postgraduate student has just published a novel that she wrote as part of her PhD at Bangor University.
Author Gill James, who is originally from the Midlands, started writing The Prophecy, which is part of a trilogy and aimed at children aged between 14 and 17, during her time at Bangor between 2003 and 2007.
Jenny Jones, 23, from Carmarthen, South Wales, recently spent a year in Canada working in a primary school.
Jenny graduated from Bangor with a degree in French and History.
Jamie O'Connell from Chichester, West Sussex is the Director of student forum The Student Room.
Jamie graduated from Bangor in 2000 with a BSc in Zoology.
Kate Hough from Lincolnshire is a graduate trainee for Enterprise Rent-a-Car.
Kate studied English Language and Linguistics at Bangor.
Alex Hinchliffe from Ruthin is the co-founder of an eco-tourism business, organising educational expeditions to the island of Borneo.
Alex graduated from Bangor in 2007 with an MSc in Ecology.
Andy Wilson is from Bethesda in North Wales.
He studied E-commerce and Internet Systems at Bangor and now works for Christian Aid in London as a Campaigns Officer.
Oliver Kumawe studied Psychology at Bangor.
He now works as a Marketing Assistant and Sales Planner for The Co-operative Group, based in Manchester.
Click here to watch our video interview with Oliver.
Daniel Jones from North Wales studied Electronic Engineering at Bangor and graduated with a First Class MEng Degree in 2007.
Daniel now works for Toyota, in Japan, designing navigation and multimedia systems for Toyota cars in Europe.
Matt Wells graduated with a BA in Leisure and Tourism Resource Management in Bangor University in 2001.
He joined forces with fellow graduate Rhys Davies to set up Outlook Expeditions, a company that offers expeditions and adventure experiences for young people.
Dylan Evans is the owner of Wales' largest aquarium, the Anglesey Sea Zoo.
Dylan studied both an undergraduate degree in Marine Biology and a PhD in Marine Ecology at Bangor and worked abroad for a number of years before returning toWales.
George Buckley graduated with a BA in Economics from Bangor in 1993.
He is now Chief UK Economist for Deutsche Bank in London, one of the world's leading financial service providers.
See where some of our alumni are today ‘Because of Bangor’…
Click here to see a list of Bangor University’s Honorary Fellows.