Frequently Asked Questions
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I can’t make it to an Open Day – can I visit you another time?
If you can’t make it to an Open Day then you can visit the University at a time more suitable for you – please get in touch as soon as possible so that we can make sure that we can provide the best experience. Contact us on email@example.com
Where can I find information about bursaries, scholarships and financial support?
If you are currently applying to University your school or college may have a copy of our Bursaries and Scholarships booklet or you can read our Scholarships and Bursaries webpage.
When do I apply for accommodation?
First year Undergraduate applicants who have accepted an offer (which may be conditional) to study at the University and hold Bangor as their Firm Choice will be contacted by e-mail in April/May, when applications open. Once you receive the email, you can apply on-line. You should apply for accommodation as soon as possible. You can look at all of the different halls of residence we have here at Bangor on the accommodation website and can even take virtual tours of some of the halls.
On results day, what do I do?
If you have a conditional offer and have met the conditions of that offer – log on to track to see if we have confirmed your place. Congratulations – you are coming to Bangor.
If I miss the conditions of my offer, what should I do?
Don't Panic! The first thing to do is check your status on UCAS Track to see whether you have been accepted and you can get in touch with the University's Admissions Helpline if you have any questions. If you've been rejected you will automatically be released into Clearing. There will be spaces available at many Universities through Clearing and you can contact them to see if they can offer you a place. Bangor University will publish a list of subjects that have spaces through Clearing on the UCAS website and in some newspapers. To apply for a place through Clearing you need to get in touch with the Admissions Helpline, and you may be made an offer over the phone.
When can I move in and when is Welcome Week?
UK students can move into halls on either the 17th or 18th of September, depending on their halls of residence. You will be given your arrival information and a Welcome Week guide at the end of August/early September.
Welcome Week starts the Monday after you move in (19th of September) lectures usually start the following Monday (26th of September) for most students. International students will arrive from Wednesday 14th September.
What is Welcome Week?
Welcome Week (which may also be referred to as Freshers Week, Induction Week or Orientation) is the first week you will spend at University, where you will take part in various activities and sessions designed to welcome you to the University. During Welcome Week you choose your modules, pay fees and get involved in activities such as Serendipity where you have the opportunity to join clubs and societies. Individual schools within the University organise Welcome Week activities for you to keep you busy for the duration of the week. Visit the Welcome Week website for more information.
What are the semester dates for 2016/17?
Semester 1 = 26.09.16
Christmas Vacation (3 weeks) 19.12.16
Semester 2 = 23.01.17
Easter Vacation = 03.04.17
How do I get to the University?
The postcode for Bangor University Main Building is LL57 2DG – please check our location pages for details on how to get to Bangor.
Can I park my car in various places around the University?
If you are living in halls of residence or private accommodation in Bangor then having a car in Bangor is not necessary – most University buildings are within easy walking distance. If you drive into the University from another location and wish to park your car in University carparks then you will need a Parking Permit. You will also be able to apply for a permit if you live in Halls of Residence and would like a permit to park your car on the halls of residence site. You can apply for a permit here.
Please note that the issue of a permit does not guarantee that a space will be available.