Student Life at Bangor University

Students’ Union

Much of your social life will revolve around the Students’ Union, which provides services, support, activities and entertainment for students.

Getting Involved...

To get the most out of your time at the University, the Students’ Union encourages you to get involved in the wide range of activities offered, as it’s an ideal way to make new friends and try new things.

Membership is absolutely FREE and you’re automatically a member once you register as a student.

Clubs and Societies...

Have you ever tried Ultimate Frisbee or Underwater Hockey? Try something new or pursue an existing hobby by joining a range of clubs and societies. There are over 100 in total varying from societies such as film, photography, drama to sport clubs including canoeing, football and surfing. Find out more about Clubs and Societies at Bangor

Entertainment...

Recent events have included performances by big acts such as Feeder, Rizzle Kicks, Mr Scruff, Mr Hudson, Tinie Tempah and Pendulum..

Academi...

The Students’ Union also provides much of the night-time entertainment. A brand new Students’ Union nightclub, Academi, opened in September 2011. As well as a nightclub, Academi also houses two bars, a café and shop.

Summer Ball...

The Students’ Union also organises one of the biggest nights of the year, the annual Summer Ball, when the entertainment and end-of-year celebrations continue well into the next day.....

Click here to view pictures of the Summer Ball...

Support...

But the Union isn’t just a place to let your hair down and be merry – it’s also a place where you can share your problems with our trained student welfare team. The Students Services Centre can offer help and guidance with matters such as study support, money advice, health and wellbeing, disabilities and faith. The Union also gives our students a voice; students are elected annually to manage the Union and represent the student body within the University and nationally.

Click here to view the Student Services Centre website

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