Studying at Bangor
We want to make sure that you feel supported during your studies. Our Peer Guide scheme and the Personal Tutor system mean that there is always another student or member of staff that you can turn to.
Our student services centre provides professional support services, covering health, welfare, dyslexia, disability and study skills.
Visit the Student Services website to find out more about the wide range of support on offer.
The University has an impressive range of learning resources, including an extensive collection of books and journals; over 1000 computers for student use, a number of 24-hour access PC rooms, social learning spaces, its own research vessel ‘Prince Madog’, state of the art science labs and an fMRI Scanner.
Find out more about our teaching & learning resources.
I'd heard that the department (Electronic Engineering/ CompSci) was rated highly in the national rankings, and so I decided to check the University out on an Open Day. I'd been to one other open day, and found the environment a little unfriendly but when I came to Bangor, I instantly got a feeling of welcome, and I was impressed by the work and research being done by some of our members of staff. I was sold on that day!Christopher Waldron
Study abroad – The opportunity of a lifetime!
Our study abroad programmes give you the opportunity to really make the most of your study experience. Studying at Bangor could take you to Europe and beyond!
- Study in Europe
- Work in Europe
- Worldwide Exchange – go to Canada, China, South Korea or the USA.
Find out more on our Studying Abroad site.
We understand that as a mature student you are slightly different to a student who arrives here straight from school, and that your commitments, responsibilities and approach to university may vary.
Take a look at our Mature Students pages for information on the help and support we have available.