There are a number of Bangor University staff and external organisations both within and outside Bangor who may be able to help you with some enquiries you have regarding your stay in Bangor. The International Student Support Team may be your first point of contact with the University but the following list provides a range of other services that may be of use to you during your studies.
Academic Registry (Student Administration)
1st Floor, Main Arts Building
Tel: 01248 388484
Student Housing Office
Amy Jones / Mair Owen
Student Support Services
1st Floor, Neuadd Rathbone
Tel: 01248 382034
Tel: 01248 382032
Halls of Residence (University Accommodation)
Tel: 44 (0)1248 382667
Fax: 44 (0)1248 371303
ELCOS (English Language Courses for Overseas Students)
Tel: 01248 382252
Skills and Employability Service
2nd Floor, Neuadd Rathbone
Tel: 01248 382071
Study Skills Centre
Rathbone Hall Reception Office
Tel: 01248 382689
Tir na n-Og Child Nursery
Tel: 01248 388383
Information for Students with Families
Outside Bangor University:
UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA)
Tel: +44 20 7788 9214. Their advice line is open from Monday to Friday, 1300 - 1600 hours
International Students' House
Provide accommodation and student events in London.
Living and Studying in the UK
- UK Council for International Student Affairs. This website has answers to frequently asked questions by International Students.
- UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) website for information about immigration and visas.
- Education UK is the official British Council website for international students looking for courses or for studying in Britain.
- National Union of Students (NUS) website includes news on national student issues and campaigns.
- Foreign Embassies and Consulates in the UK website gives details of all embassies based in the UK
Scholarships and Funding
For scholarship and funding options, see our 'Cost of Living and Money Matters' web page.
To help you plan any trip - local to Bangor, UK or European see our D.I.Y. Trip web pages.
- The British Tourist Authority website contains information about places worth visiting during your stay and how to get discounts on your travel.
- The Youth Hostel Association (YHA) provides lists of youth hostels throughout the UK
- International Student House (ISH) provides reasonably priced accommodation in London.
- Directory of Embassies around the World
- Health, Travel and Medical Insurance
- National Express Bus Company
- Rail Travel in the UK