Cost of Study & Living FAQs
- How much will it cost me to study at Bangor?
- How much does my course cost?
- What scholarships are available?
- How do I apply for a scholarship?
- What is the cost of living at Bangor?
- How much does the University accommodation cost?
When considering study abroad, cost is obviously an important factor. The quality of British qualifications and their international recognition mean that study in the UK is excellent value for money.
At Bangor students have the benefit of:
- applied degrees at both undergraduate and postgraduate level
- one-year taught Masters degrees
- three years postgraduate study for the award of PhD.
In addition, international students have the benefit of:
- free access to the National Health service if registered on courses of 6 months or more duration
- free school education for registered dependent children
- Support and guidance throughout your time at Bangor
- Access to the Skills and employability service
International Tuition Fees can be found here
There are many different types of scholarships available to International Students, click here to view all the scholarships available
To apply for the International Entrance Scholarship you don’t need to do anything, this is automatically awarded to students who apply before the application deadline. For departmental scholarships you may need to complete a scholarship application form, please check with your chosen school / college
The cost of living at Bangor is approximately £800 per month, depending on the type of accommodation you chose and your individual lifestyle.
On-campus accommodation fees range from £71 to £122 per week.