Why Live in Halls?
Make friends for life!
Living in halls will give you the opportunity to meet new people, make new friends easily and enjoy a sense of community.
Guaranteed accommodation in award-winning halls
We guarantee accommodation to all new first year, full time undergraduate students who make an application before the deadline and hold Bangor as their Firm Choice. Our halls were voted best in the UK for quality of accommodation at the What Uni Student Choice Awards 2018.
A range of options
We offer a variety of accommodation; including standard halls with shared bathrooms; en-suite rooms, studios and townhouses.
- All our accommodation is self-catered
- There is security on-site 24/7 and support includes Senior Wardens and a large team of Mentors
- Prices include all bills for wi-fi, heating, electricity and water
Two student villages within walking distance to the University and city centre
We have two student villages, Ffriddoedd and St Mary's, as well as Neuadd Garth, a postgraduate hall located on College Road. All our accommodation is within walking distance of the main University buildings and the city centre.
Ffriddoedd is the largest of our accommodation sites, and has over 2,000 rooms. It is also home to Canolfan Brailsford Sport Centre and Bar Uno.
St Mary's is a new development of 600 rooms, with the range of accommodation including flats, studio apartments and townhouses. There is also a café, shop, laundrette, common rooms and sport and fitness facilities on site.
Gym and Campus Life membership included
Students living in our halls of residence receive gym and Campus Life membership. Students living at any of our accommodation sites can use the facilities at Canolfan Brailsford, and those living in St Mary's Village also have access to the on-site fitness room.
Campus Life is a programme of events that run throughout the year. Events include film nights, quizzes, open-mic nights and trips within the local area to take part in outdoor activities.
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Our students say...
People were always connected to each other. Everyone knew everyone. Most importantly, everyone was friendly and I had a great time.Haikal Subahan
BSc in Psychology with Clinical and Health Psychology