Undergraduate Student Profiles
Nia Rogers – BA in History
Nia Rogers is currently studying BA History, and is from North Wales.
What I enjoy the most is learning more and more about my favourite subjects and topics within history and being able to engage in debates over topics that interest me. My seminars are fun because I’m able to talk about my opinions on topics that I love and being able to learn from others and what they have to say is really interesting.
Harriet Jaeger – BA in Philosophy and Religion
Harriet is a 3rd year Philosophy and Religion student from Warwick.
I chose Bangor University because it not only seemed quite quaint at Open Days, but also it has great international links and Bangor itself is a lovely location. Beach days and hiking are available to you as well as plenty of pubs and there is a lot of available housing. Additionally Bangor operates with a high standard of teaching and my lecturers have expertise in a variety of topics.
Mihal-Raul Muntean – BA History
Raul Muntean, is studying a BA in History, from Romania.
I chose Bangor University because of wide variety of courses in the history and archaeology field and the very positive feedback provided by a Romanian student already studying here.
Sofia Tartaglia – BA in Childhood and Youth Studies
Sofia Tartaglia is studying BA Childhood and Youth Studies, and is from Portugal.
The staff in the School of Education are undeniably so supportive and inspiring. They have helped me so much that they feel like family and they're always around the listen when we need them.
Andreea Diveica – BA in Sociology
Andreea is a BA Sociology student from Romania.
I very much enjoy exploring nature in the company of my friends. The location of the university is beautiful, with a variety of breath-taking landscapes within easy reach.
Dean Richardson – BA in Childhood and Youth Studies
Dean Richardson is studying a BA in Childhood and Youth Studies, and is from Colwyn Bay.
It was everything I was expecting and more. The teaching staff are superb, and I can clearly see why awards have been won. The activities the University has to offer are second to none in my opinion.