Student Profiles

Eta Uso

Top marks for Nigerian student

Eta Uso from Nigeria emerged as Best Graduating Student by achieving the highest overall marks for all students who were taking the MSc Computing & Internet Systems programme at Bangor University’s School of Computer Science.

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Cameron Gray

Stroke sufferer graduates with pride

A former pupil of the Queen Elizabeth’s School for Boys in Barnet, Cameron Gray, 30, from Friern Barnet, London graduated with a first class BSc Computer Science degree. Cameron also won the British Computing Society Prize for the best graduating student at the School of Computer Science.

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Jamie Woodruff

Jamie Woodruff - BSc Computer Information Systems

 

Jamie Woodruff, 21, from Rishton, Lancashire is a first year student on the BSc Computer Information Systems degree course at the School of Computer Science

Jamie failed all his GCSEs apart from IT where he gained an A* as computing comes naturally to him. He then went on to college where he was given a test which identified that he had both Dyslexia and Dyspraxia, which went unnoticed throughout his school years.

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Tim Coles

Tim Coles - Computer Science, BSc, MSc and PhD

 

I came to Bangor back in 2003 to study a BSc in computer science. I chose Bangor for a couple of reasons. The smaller size of the Computer Ccience department in comparison to other larger city universities appealed to me as I felt I would be valued as a student and missed if for any reason I couldn’t turn up to lectures. This proved to be a very good choice as the lecturers were happy to meet to have a chat about the subject they were teaching and give guidance when it was needed. The second reason was Bangor’s location in Snowdonia, a world class location for kayaking, a sport which I was very passionate about."

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Rebecca Lloyd

 

Rebecca Lloyd, 20 from Chester, won a scholarship to study computer systems with business studies. Her scholarship has been a help towards fees and first choiceof accommodation.

"I thought Bangor seemed like a very friendly university and all the departments are very close together unlike the universities where campuses are widespread. I also thought the available accommodation was the best out of all the universities I visited.

"Bangor is a great place, it may be small but it is very lively due to it being a student city. Nightlife is good with lots of bars and student clubs. There is always something going on for you to go and see. "

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Martin Collins

 

Martin Collins, 20 of Winchester in Hampshire, is a second year student studying BSC Computer Systems with Business Studies at the School of Computer Science.

"I would have to say that when you get up early in the morning and head for lectures, and you can see the mountains in front of you with the snow on the top and the sun shining, you truly believe you are in paradise or close to it. It is truly an exceptional and magical place to live."

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David Glyn Jones - ICT

 

Bangor is great for students as everything you need is very close and the student life here is great fun. I am pleased with the learning environment here at Bangor as there is a good student/staff raitio and the lectures are very interesting.

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