Puffin feeding on small fish off the coast in Anglesey, Puffin Island

Marine Biology and Zoology Undergraduate

Course Details

  • Tuition Fee £16,500
  • UCAS Code CC13
  • Qualification BSc
  • Duration 3 years
  • Start Date

    September

  • Typical Offer 80 - 120 UCAS Tariff Points
  • Study Mode

    Full Time

  • Location

    Bangor

Frog holding on to tall grass.

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Zoology encompasses animal behaviour, animal physiology, evolution, the interactions between animals and the environment and wildlife conservation. Nestled between the mountains and the sea, Bangor University is the obvious choice for anyone wanting to study Zoology as our location presents the best natural laboratory in the UK.

Underwater image looking up from between the seaweed at a diver.

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Ocean Science at Bangor is unique in encompassing the study of all aspects of the global marine environment, from estuaries and coasts to the deep ocean. We are one of the largest university centres teaching marine sciences in Britain and is one of the biggest in Europe.

Underwater image of fish at a reef.

Explore More in Marine Biology

Marine Biologists have a key role to play in the development of sustainable future food resources against a backdrop of climate change and increasing levels of waste. By studying Marine Biology, you will gain the critical appraisal skills to identify and define problems, and the analytical skills to be able to find solutions.

Landscape of a lake and mountains.

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Bangor is a great location for studying and researching environmental issues as we are minutes away from a huge diversity of landscapes and environments. You will benefit from first-hand interaction with staff that are at the forefront of their field. 

Experiment in progress showing petri dishes and leaves.

Explore More in Biology

Our degree courses are taught by world-leading experts and award-winning lecturers. Throughout all our courses, we make extensive use of the exceptional range of local terrestrial and aquatic habitats during field courses and practical classes.