Employability videos and Graduate Profiles
Employability at Bangor University
Students talk about the employability opportunities at Bangor University, enabling them to build on their transferable skills, which will be beneficial when looking for work.
School of Music Careers Day
The Career in Music Day is an opportunity for current students to listen to advice from industry experts and meet with graduates who have gone on to careers in music. .
Arts & Humanities Careers Fair
A range of companies and graduates attended the Careers Fair to give advice to current students about career opportunities.
Employability at the School of Environment, Natural Resources and Geography
Enhance your career and skill-set through our Bangor Employability Award.
Law Careers Fair
The annual Careers Fair is one of the biggest events in the Law School’s calendar. Law School staff and participating recruiters explain why it’s so successful – and offer valuable tips on how to give yourself a head-start in the graduate job market.
Psychology Careers Event
Psychology students took part in a careers and employability conference where they had the opportunity to meet employers, network, see presentations and take part in a CV clinic.
Maisie Prior - Spanish with International Experience
Maisie Prior explains about the vast amount of experience she has gained with the Bangor Employability Award at Bangor University.
Thomas Daniel Jones - BSc Psychology with Neuropsychology
Thomas tells us about his time at Bangor University studying Psychology with Neuropsychology, and also how the Bangor Employability Award has benefited him.
Matthew Rowland - BA History with Archaeology
Matthew is graduating with an BA History with Archaeology. He has volunteered at Storiel and Penrhyn Castle, alongside his degree, and spent a year abroad in Australia.
Ryan Eddowes - BSc Zoology with Herpetology
Ryan is studying for a BSc Zoology with Herpetology. He tells us about his recent Course trip to South Africa, and also how the Bangor Employability Award has benefited him.
Emma Keen - MSci in Marine Biology and Oceanography
Emma is about to complete an MSci in Marine Biology and Oceanography. She explains how her extra-curricular activities have contributed to a Bangor Employability Award.
Gabe Hibberd - Conservation with Forest Ecosystems
During his degree, Gabe has undertaken a work placement as a country park warden on the Great Orme in Llandudno, gaining real life experience alongside his studies.
Charlotte Fairclough - French and German
Charlotte has spent time abroad in France and Germany as part of her degree course and has also taken part in the Bangor Employability Award.
Joseph Smith - Psychology
Joseph is studying for a BSc Psychology. He tells us how his internship has helped him choose a path in research.
Ross Starkie - BSc Accounting & Finance Graduate
Ross graduated from Bangor Business School and is now working for HMRC as a tax inspector.
Jessica Gillingham - Psychology Graduate
Jessica Gillingham studied for her undergraduate and postgraduate degrees at Bangor's School of Psychology.
Tim Haines - 'Producer of Walking with Dinosaurs'
Tim Haines graduated in Zoology at Bangor University. Despite having a science degree he has carved a successful career in the media.
Ross Piper, Scientist and BBC Wildlife presenter
Ross Piper graduated in Zoology and Animal Ecology. He recently travelled to Burma with the BBC to document the wildlife for the BBC 2 series Wild Burma: Nature's Lost Kingdom.
Tamsin Anastasi Pace, Digital Advertising and Sponsorship Manager- The Economist
Tamsin is a Marine Biology and Oceanography graduate of Bangor University.
Imogen German - PhD Student, Teaching Assistant-Biologial Sciences Deparment
Imogen German is a Bangor University Biology graduate. She is now pursuing a PhD.
The Bangor Employability Award
Bangor Employability Award
Mari Roberts tells us BangorTV all about the Bangor Employability Award. To find out more visit their website at www.bangor.ac.uk/employability