Discover how you can make a difference at a Bangor University Open Day

Climate change, pollution and deforestation are just some of the challenges facing the next generation of scientists. The fact you’re reading this means you understand the scale of the problem. More importantly, it means you want to do something to change it.

At Bangor University, you’ll be in the best possible place to learn, research and develop the science that may one day help put the world on the path to a different future.  A better future.

Study between the mountains and the sea

Our Open Days are a great way to see for yourself what it’s like to live and study here, close to some of the UK’s most important natural environments for scientific research.

Whether your passion is zoology, the ocean, climate science, marine biology, data monitoring, software engineering or one of the many other subjects crucial to environmental research, you’ll almost certainly find a course that fits.

One that will be taught by world leading experts in their field in modern, well-equipped labs. And enhanced by field studies around the coast of North Wales and Snowdonia National Park, or further afield in places such as Africa and Antartica.

As a Bangor University student, you could find yourself recording animal behaviour as part of your Zoology and marine biology studies, spending time aboard our ocean-going research vessel or applying state of the art computer technology help monitor and manage soil fertility and nitrate levels.

And at the end of it, you can look forward to receiving a highly respected qualification that equips you for a rewarding and vital career in the natural sciences.

Our Open Days for the School of Natural Sciences, School of Ocean Sciences and School of Computer Science and Electronic Engineering take place on the 27th October and the 9th November. To book your place, click here.

We’re looking forward to seeing you. And helping you go on to make a difference.