School of Modern Languages and Cultures Graduation 2017
Maisie, Andrew, Charlotte and Darren tell us about their experiences at the School of Modern Languages and Cultures and their time abroad.
School of Modern Languages and Cultures
Bangor University graduates discussing Modern Languages course options and their experiences.
Did you know? Languages at Bangor
Here are some of our tutors introducing the languages spoken in the School of Modern Languages and Cultures at Bangor. Did you know all of these language facts?
School of Modern Languages - The Year Abroad
Bangor University graduates talking about their year abroad whilst studying Modern Languages.
Profile - Maisie Prior, Spanish with International Experience
Maisie Prior explains about the vast amount of experience she has gained with the Bangor Employability Award at Bangor University.
Profile - Charlotte Fairclough, French and German
Charlotte has spent time abroad in France and Germany as part of her degree course and has also taken part in the Bangor Employability Award.
Profile - Caitlen Moon, French & English
French and English student Caitlen Moon was the lucky winner of an Amazon Kindle at the Postgraduate Fair. She tells us about her studies and her year abroad in France
School of English Literature - Graduation 2017
Hear the Class of 2017 talk about their experiences studying English Literature at Bangor.
Francesca Sciarrillo - English Literature
Francesca is studying English Literature at Bangor University. Here she explains about the course, the School and her life as a student in Bangor.
Katrina Maxted - English Literature with Theatre and Performance
Katrina is studying a degree in English Literature with Theatre and Performance. Katrina talks about why she choose to study at Bangor and what has she learnt while studying here.
Ceri James-Evans - English Literature
Ceri is studying English Literature at Bangor University. She tells us about the course, her favourite modules and what's her plans after graduation.
Ashley Robinson - English Literature and Creative Writing
Ashley is studying English Literature and Creative Writing at Bangor University. He explains about the course, the School and his life as a student in Bangor.
Carys Chafer - English Literature
Carys Chafer is studying English Literature at Bangor University. She explains about the course, the School and why she choose Bangor.
Lara Schroeder - English Literature and Italian
Lara in a is studying English Literature and Italian at Bangor University. She's originally from Luxembourg. Here she explains about why she came to Bangor, the course and the School.
Matthew Thomas - English Literature and History
Matthew Thomas is studying a joint honours degree in English Literature and History. He tells us about the best aspect of studying a joint honours degree, about the lecturers and what he has discovered whilst studying at Bangor.
Philip Pullman at Bangor University
Honorary Professor at Bangor and renowned author Philip Pullman interveiwed at Bangor.
Maria Stewart - French and Linguistics
Maria is originally from Chichester, and is studying French and Linguistics. She tells us about her time as a student at Bangor.
Emoji - Word of the year 2015
Professor Vyv Evans discusses the controversial 2015 Word of the Year.
Professor Vyv Evans has conducted research into emojis and has found that they are far more than pretty little pictures.
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