Undergraduate Student Profiles
Andrew Green – Creative and Professional Writing
Bangor was always my first choice. There was never one definitive reason, just a whole lot of good ones.
Hayley Palmer – English Literature
I love how there are so many opportunities to get involved at Bangor.
Charli Wilson – Italian and History
Charli Wilson is from London, UK. She's studying Italian and History. Charlie tells us why she chose to study at Bangor.
I liked the feel of the university and the local area - it was very welcoming and supportive and much quieter than back home!
Elly Baker – BA German and Spanish
Elly Baker is a student of German and Spanish and has just returned from her year abroad in Santiago de Compostela and Berlin
My most memorable experience so far has to be my year abroad... The freedom and the growth that my year abroad offered me made it such an invaluable experience.
Oliver Bennett – English Literature with Creative Writing
I chose English literature with Creative Writing for the amazing range of modules, The hardest part is deciding which modules to take. It's all so much fun.
Leisha Kemp-Walker – BA French and Spanish
Leisha is studying French and Spanish and tells us about her time at Bangor.
I originally chose Bangor because of its location in beautiful North Wales, it's a great city to live in if you like the outdoors. The university's School of Modern Languages is small, personal and welcoming.
Finvola Dunphy – English Literature
Bangor’s stunning landscapes provide the perfect setting in which to delve into the works of Dickens, Shakespeare and Joyce. A day spent in the awesome Shankland Reading Room fills me with inspiration and I find myself rushing off to research. Being in an environment with other like-minded students who have a love of literature is incredibly motivating.
Ceri James-Evans – English Literature
I could not have chosen a better course than English Literature at Bangor! I have been welcomed with open arms. All the staff are absolutely lovely and getting the chance to discuss and analyse such a breadth of literature in a stunning location that is close to my heart is something I truly treasure. I feel like coming to Bangor to study English Literature has given me a whole new enthusiasm for life. It is the best decision I ever made.”
Stephen Mark Erhorn – BA German
Stephen is originally from Newcastle upon Tyne. He's studying a degree in German at Bangor University.
The quality of the classes at Bangor means that not only have I learned a lot but I have also always felt engaged and involved in the University. My year abroad in Germany was an amazing opportunity to put all of what I have learned in Bangor to good use.
Alysha Khan – Linguistics
Alysha Khan is from London and currently studying Linguistics at Bangor University.
I'll miss the little moments and memories that I create each day whilst being here.
Will Hakesley – German and Chinese with French
Will is originally from Worcestershire, and is studying German and Chinese with French.
Pastoral care at Bangor is so much more helpful than I've seen anywhere else, I've never seen a lecturer or personal tutor turn down a student who asks for help, for personal or academic issues.
Megan Price – BA French, German and Italian
Megan is studying French, German and Italian. She's from Abergavenny, South Wales, and tells us about what she has enjoyed about being a student at Bangor.
The highlight was my semester in Udine. I met a lot of lovely people and had many opportunities to travel. I went to Croatia, Sardinia, Milan, Rome and many other cities.
Shannon Vaughan – Philosophy & Religion and English Literature
Shannon Vaughan is 18 and from Manchester.
I feel completely supported by any member of staff I’ve ever spoken to, they will really go out of their way to help you when they can.
Clodagh May Colbeck – BA French, Italian and Spanish
Clodagh May Collbeck is originally from the Wirral, and is studying French, Italian and Spanish at Bangor. She tells us about her time here.
My initial interest in Bangor University was sparked by the fact it was the only university I found which offered the Three Language degree programme.
Francesca Sciarrillo – English Literature
Francesca Sciarrillo is from Mold, Flintshire in North Wales and is studying English Literature.
The highlight of my course so far has been developing my own writing skills and being able to study all different time periods and genres. I particularly like the fact that modules are available to look specifically at Welsh Literature in English, or Literature from all four nations.