Niyal Gahramanova – BSC Psychology
Niyal Gahramanova, 18 years old, from Azerbaijan, studying Psychology.
Bangor University was on the top of my universities list after various researches about the degrees that university offers and about the city itself.
Feiyu Ma – BSc Banking and Finance
Feiyu is 20 years old and from China. She's in the third year of a BSc in Banking and Finance.
Banking and Finance is a course where you will have the opportunity to broaden your horizons with solid finance knowledge. The academic school is helpful when you face difficulties in your work. The lecturers are really great, and you can always seek help from them.
Kerry Zhang – BSc Accounting and Finance
Keyu Zhang, also known as Kerry. 22 years old, originally from China, and currently living in Bangor.
I found out that Bangor Business School offers a wide range of modules and provides good staff and student support.
Salma Eldamarawi – Psychology with Business BSc (Hons)
Salma is originally from Egypt and is studying Psychology with Business.
It was highly ranked for student satisfaction and I saw that it had a good Psychology department.
Ronya Someschan – Psychology with Neuropsychology
Ronya Inessa Alexa Someschan, 20, was born in the United States of America, but raised in Germany (Dual citizenship). She is studying Psychology with Neuropsychology.
Everything is in walking distance. During the summer the greenery makes the town beautiful.
Arpita Gargesh – PhD Linguistics
Arpita Gargesh, 29, is from India, studying a PhD in Linguistics.
The most wonderful part about my course is that it allows me to follow my own path when it comes to research, albeit with excellent guidance from my supervisors.
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.
Nebu George – PhD in Archaeology
Nebu George is from Mumbai, India. After having completed his undergraduate degree in Archaeology and masters in Celtic Archaeology at Bangor, he is currently pursuing a PhD in Archaeology with period ranging from prehistory to Viking age in Britain.
University life in Bangor is filled with rich experiences of the unique people from various corners of the planet who enrich your life and change your outlook towards life. Brace yourself for such a change!
Shailaja Bakshi – PhD in Linguistics and English Language
Shailaja, who is from India, is currently a second year PhD student.
Linguistics is research driven and we as students are encouraged to participate in new research and come up with any new ideas. Also, our department has a very friendly atmosphere where everyone knows each other.
Fiona Ng – Zoology with Animal Behaviour BSc (Hons)
Fiona is originally from Malaysia, studying Zoology with Animal Behaviour and currently in her 3rd year.
The best thing about my course is the field trips. Learning outside the classroom is the best way of learning.
Jessica Liew – BSc Psychology
Jessica Liew from Malaysia is a third year BSc Psychology student.
The best thing about living in Bangor would be the scenery and nature surrounding Bangor. There’s nothing like waking up to the cooling atmosphere and fresh air, especially since I come from a relatively hot country.
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.
Junaidu Isah Bungudu – PhD in Chemistry
Junaidu Isah Bungudu from Nigeria is studying for a PhD in Chemistry.
The International student service has been a source of happiness for me and my personal tutor has been wonderful.
Raja Asad – Accounting and Finance
Raja Asad is from Pakistan and is studying BSc Accounting and Finance.
I've made loads of friends here who have become my family away from home. I'll miss all the beautiful people whom I met here in Bangor.
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.
Mohammed Alyami – Analytical Chemistry
Mohammed Saeed Alyami is from Saudi Arabia and is studying a PhD in Analytical Chemistry.
I chose to study in Bangor because it's a nice university and there is always support for the students.
Kirthana Pillay – Molecular Ecology PhD
Kirthana Pillay is a first year Molecular Ecology - PhD student and is from Singapore
I’ve completed both my BSc and MRes in Bangor. Both courses helped me gain a better understanding of the natural environment and how to manage it efficiently in this changing climate.
Raquel Gómez Lerma – Childhood Studies and Psychology
Raquel Gómez Lerma is Spanish, but was born and raised in Luxembourg. She is 21 years old and is in her third year.
One of my favourite things to do in Bangor is exploring with my friends. Bangor has such beautiful scenery and I like to find beautiful places to sit down, watch the sunset and take pictures.
Kajenje Magessa – Phd in Forestry
Kajenje Magessa from Tanzania is studying a PhD in Forestry
The university is well located with a good landscape and security, which promotes learning. The university has enough research facilities with excellent staff who are ready to provide support to students at any time when required.
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Simran Prasad – Zoology with Marine Zoology
Simran Prasad, 19 years old is from India, but has lived in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates since birth.
The lecturers I’ve had the pleasure of meeting have all been very enthusiastic and passionate about the topics we discuss, and this passion is apparent in lectures.
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.