Academic excellence and a friendly atmosphere
Bangor University is a friendly, convenient and student-centred place to study, with the size and friendly nature of the University being one of the main reasons many of our students choose to study here.
Free membership of all our clubs and societies
Bangor has over 150 Clubs and Societies, so there is bound to be something to your taste. Membership to any club or society is now free. You can find out more on our Social Life and Sports pages. Our Clubs and Societies were voted the best in the UK at the WhatUni Student Choice Awards 2019. In the 2020 WhatUni Student Choice Awards, Bangor University was voted second best in the UK for Societies and Sports.
The location, the scenery and the surrounding area are also amongst the reasons why students choose to come to Bangor. All this on your doorstep adds a different dimension to student life, with plenty of places to visit in Snowdonia and the Isle of Anglesey, as well as easy access to cities such as Liverpool, Manchester and Dublin for shopping trips or days out.
The great thing about Bangor is proximity. Everything is within a walking distance. The cost of living here is low compared to other cities and the people here are very friendly.Raphael Owusu-Antwi
MSc Banking and Finance (Chartered Banker)
Guaranteed accommodation in modern Halls of Residence
We guarantee a room in our student Halls of Residences to all first-year undergraduates who apply before the given deadline and make Bangor their Firm choice. We have around 3,000 rooms available, most of which are en-suite.
We were rated as the best in the UK for the quality of our accommodation at the WhatUni Student Choice Awards 2018.
The Student Services Centre provides professional support services for students. The services offered range from financial advice to welfare support, study skills, dyslexia support and counselling.
There is also a dedicated Disability team to provide advice and guidance on a range of disability-related matters.
There is a lot of support is given, whether it is from the university or from the International Student Support Office or from my Personal Tutor.Abdulaziz Alwishiqri
MSc in Accounting and Finance
Low cost of living
Market research shows that the cost of living in Bangor is much lower than other parts of the UK. Bangor is consistently ranked as one of the most economical places to study in the UK in various cost of living surveys.
To support you whilst you study, the University has over £3.4m in Scholarships and Bursaries to award to undergraduate students. Find out more about the Scholarships and Bursaries the University has to offer on our Student Finance pages.
Video: Discover Bangor University
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Virtual Student Experience
Our Virtual Student Experience has virtual tours of the campus and accommodation, videos and photo galleries. Take a look for a taste of what it's like to be a student at Bangor.