Details of our country specific entry requirements provide information on the qualifications accepted for both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes from those countries.
Entry onto undergraduate and postgraduate programmes is dependent on academic qualifications and English Language level.
For entry onto the first year of our 3 or 4 year undergraduate / Bachelor degree programmes we ask for a school leaving qualification which is equivalent to the British school leaving qualification,
(A-levels / International Baccalaureate).
Students who have completed A levels / IB and qualifications of the same level can apply for direct entry into year 1 of undergraduate programmes.
It is possible to transfer into the 2nd year of an undergraduate degree programme if they university studies undertaken to date in another country or in another university in the UK correspond by level and content to the 1st year of a programme at Bangor University. In order to assess an application for transfer, students are required to provide an official certified transcript detailing the study undertaken to date with their application.
Entry onto our postgraduate Masters’ courses requires an undergraduate / bachelor degree of equivalent standard to the British undergraduate/ bachelor degree with a minimum grade equivalent to a British second-class honours.