School of Electronic Engineering
Jonathan Hedge graduates with a BEng from Bangor University. Find out what he thought of his time at Bangor.
Electronic Engineering students at Bangor University showcase the posters and projects they have been working on.
Fareed from Kuwait tells us about his Electronic Engineering course and life as an international student in Bangor.
Zubaida from Pakistan is one of Bangor's International Student Ambassadors. She is studying for a PhD at the School of Electronic Engineering.
Paul Spencer and Sean Kiely, MEng students at the School of Electronic Engineering, recently spent nine weeks in Brazil at the University of São Paulo.
If you're interested in studying at the School of Electronic Engineering at Bangor, watch some of our Open Day highlights for an idea of what to expect on a visit to the University.
Find out what the Computer Science and Electronic Engineering Peer Guides and freshers got up to during Bangor University's welcome week.
A revolutionary "future-proof" technology, first proposed by Bangor University, is the front-runner in satisfying future demand for dramatically increased internet speeds and capacity.
New High-Tech Medical Systems based on microwave and millimetre (mm) wave engineering techniques are being developed at Bangor University in the Medical Microwave Systems Research Group. Professor Chris Hancock explains...
The School of Electronic Engineering at Bangor University recently hosted a Photonics Academy, giving young people a fascinating insight into the uses of light in science.
Bangor is a friendly, convenient and student-centred place to study. Excellent teaching, world-class research, investment in new facilities and a stunning location all make Bangor a fantastic choice for your degree!
Take a look at the variety of teaching and learning resources and facilities available at Bangor.
Find out what to expect on a Bangor University Open Day. For more information and dates, please visit www.bangor.ac.uk/openday
Bangor offers modern accommodation close to the main university buildings. Find out what our students think about living in Halls...
Ever wondered what goes on during the first week at University?
Bangor University provides a wide range of support to students. When you first arrive at the University you’ll be welcomed by Peer Guides who are on hand to help you settle in. You’ll then meet your Personal Tutor, who will help support you through your studies. The Student Support Services Centre, The Miles Dyslexia Centre and the Students’ Union will also be there to help you in a variety of ways during your time at Bangor.
Bangor has over 150 clubs and societies on offer so there’s bound to be something to your taste. Membership to any club or society is now free... so there’s no reason not to join!
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