Nusiba Akhter Tasnim Omani – Banking and Finance
Nusiba Akhter Tasnim Omani is from Bangladesh and studies Banking and Finance.
Being a woman from a Muslim family my main concern was safety. Bangor is one of the safest cities in the UK. So for me this is definitely the best thing about Bangor.
Shammi Rahman – Electronic Engineering
Shammi Rahman from Bangladesh is studying Electronic Engineering.
Our lecturers are really good at what they do. They are very helpful and would generally go to the trouble of explaining the topics to you after a lecture if you did not quite get it.
Steve Imbeng – Computer Information Systems
Steve is from Cameroon and is studying Computer Information Systems.
The low living cost and the conducive environment are the two most important things about Bangor.
Chanjing Liu – PhD in Translation Studies
Chanjing Liu is studying a PhD in Translation Studies.
In Bangor, everything is within reach. The living expense is low. The local people are friendly. The best thing is the peace, which you can hardly get while living in big cities.
Alejandra Vergara-Peña – PhD in Ocean Sciences
Alejandra Vergara-Peña is 27 and from Colombia. She is studying for a PhD in Ocean Sciences.
Bangor is a place where you can find all you need. You will find a good/beautiful environment or landscape, you will find good lectures and a study system that thinks about every single student, supporting them all the way.
Reda Abdelkareem – PhD in Strategy
Reda Abdelkareem from Egypt is a PhD student in strategy at the Business school
Enjoy every minute you spend here in Bangor. There are a lot of things to do besides studying and the university organises trips and fascinating activities for the students.
Alana Nicol – BSc Zoology
Alana was born in Scotland and is currently living in France. Alana's in her second year studying Zoology with Conservation.
A great thing about Bangor is that you can easily walk anywhere in town as nothing is too far from the student accommodation. Although the best part of Bangor is definitely the landscapes!
Stella Chatzialexiadou – Psychology
Stella Chatzialexiadou is from Greece and studies Psychology.
Bangor University has a worldwide reputation in high-quality teaching and research in Psychology. Everyone’s just so helpful in every way they can, online and offline.
Charu Dada – EdD Education Studies
Charu Dada is studying an EdD in Education Studies.
For me the best thing about living in Bangor is the peaceful, quiet, beautiful views of the Snowdonia Mountains and the sea.
Rajalakshmi Madhavan – Psychology with Neuropsychology
Rajalakshmi Madhavan is from Chennai, India. She is studying BSc Psychology with Neuropsychology.
The course syllabus is extremely good and we have all the resources we need at all times. The students have so much support from all the staff members and mentors, you can go up to anyone with a question and they’ll give you the best answer or will direct you to someone who can answer it better.
Mika Foux – Film Studies
Mika Foux is from Israel and studies Film Studies.
When I leave Bangor, I will miss the beautiful scenery, but most of all, will miss the fact that anywhere you go, you always are made to feel at home and are surrounded by other students.
Angel Tan Jia Yiuen – BSc Psychology
Angel Tan Jia Yiuen is 22 and from Malaysia. She is currently in her second year studying BSc Psychology.
The lecturers are really knowledgeable and they are very helpful in guiding you for assignments and exams. Bangor University also offers different Psychology courses in order to better fit student with specific interests in different fields.
Larissa Escamilla – Psychology
Larissa Quiroga Escamilla; 21, is from Monterrey, Mexico and is studying Psychology.
Lecturers are passionate about their modules and give us the best tools to maximise our learning with unique and creative assignments, real-life applications and practical's to help us understand the concepts to a deeper level.
Adekemi Olabisi Adebowale – PhD Law
Adekemi is 34 years old and from Nigeria. She is in her third year of studying for a PhD in Law.
Prospective students will definitely find Bangor welcoming because it is a friendly community and the people are always ready to assist and support to make them feel at ease.
Bukola Adetonwa – PhD in Management Studies
Bukola Adetonwa is from Nigeria. She's in her first year studying a PhD in Management Studies.
The Bangor Business School is a great, supportive, multi-diverse establishment made up of very supportive lecturers who guide students through their academic journey.
Fawaz Atta – Law with Criminology
Fawaz Atta from Nigeria is a second year law student.
The university has been extremely supportive. My personal tutor has been such an exceptional support and friend throughout the journey.
Fazeelat Hamid – Biomedical Science
Fazeelat Hamid from Pakistan is studying Biomedical Science.
The best I felt being in Bangor is that I get close to the nature. The very friendly people will never make one feel not to be a part of home.
Syed Aslam – Computer Science
Syed Aslam from Pakistan is studying for a PhD in Computer Science.
Being a PhD student is a totally different experience for me from my previous studies. The best thing is that I have to do self-study, which makes me feel free.
Michael Solski – Biology with Biotechnology
Michael Maciek Solski is 19 and has Polish-South African dual nationality. He studies Biology with Biotechnology.
Bangor’s student life is what finally convinced me to choose it over my other offers, as it looked more fun and supportive than what I could find on other universities.
Hussein Dhirani – Marine Biology and Zoology
Hussein Dhirani, is 21 years old and from Tanzania in East Africa. Studying Marine Biology and Zoology and in the second year.
Bangor has beautiful scenery and the local people are very warm and welcoming.
Dominic Wodehouse – PhD in Environmental Science
Dominic is studying part-time for a PhD in Environmental Science Community Mangrove Management and Restoration.
This PhD has allowed me to follow my passion and study exactly what I wanted to learn. The most stimulating and fun element of the Academic School is the fact that the PhD students come from all over the world, which makes discussions and socialising very interesting and entertaining.
Anna Duckett – Marine Biology with Zoology
Anna is studying Marine Biology with Zoology. She's from Austin, Texas.
Marine Biology with Zoology is a great course that combines the School of Ocean Sciences with the School of Biological Sciences.
Elizabeth Green – Music Composition for Film and Media
Elizabeth B. Green (known as Ellie) is 23 and from a city called Lancaster in Pennsylvania, USA. She is studying music.
The best thing about the music course is that I get to pursue what I love, I love music and composing, and to be in an environment with other students who get the same joy from it is refreshing.
Le Nguyen Nhat Ngan – BSc Accounting and Finance
Le Nguyen Nhat Ngan (Violet) is 20 years old and from Vietnam. She is studying BSc Accounting and Finance and is in the second year.
The best thing about living in Bangor is that it's safe and everything is really handy; students don't have to spend money on transportation.