Students in a lecture hall

Our extraordinary students

My time at Bangor has been magical and better than I ever expected. I have learnt a lot, from finance, acccounting, marketing to brand management. What I have enjoyed the most is the fact that it's so broad, so I can decide to specialise anywhere I want to. It's going to help me achive my dreams and be everything I ever wanted to be.

Fatima Idris Abubakar, Business student,  from Nigeria

Find out why our students love Bangor...

Student Gawina Fernandes

Gawina Fernandes

Studying: Computer Systems Engineering
From: Chippenham, UK

“There are also so many clubs and societies at Bangor and joining them for socials is amazing.”

Student Phoebe Crewe

Phoebe Crewe

Studying: Music
From: Cheshire, UK

"I feel fully supported by both my peers and lecturers."


Student James Szewczyk

James Szewczyk

Studying: Zoology with Herpetology
From: London, UK

“Bangor offers so much, it’s been an incredible experience living, studying and working here.”

Student Amy Stout

Amy Stout

Studying: Zoology with Animal Behaviour
From: Cardiff, Wales

“The student community is what makes Bangor special."


Student Owain Arwel Hughes

Owain Arwel Hughes

Studying: Cymraeg (Welsh)
From: Anglesey, Wales

"I benefited from the bursaries available to support those who choose to study through the medium of Welsh."

Student Siriol Hughes

Siriol Hughes

Studying: Law
From: Bangor, Wales

"I take part in the Cymric sporting activities, and this has been a great experience."

My time in Bangor started off during the pandemic. I thought I would have a hard time being isolated and far from home, but I was grateful to have such supporting and dedicated lecturers. In the end I met so many other awesome people and had some of the best memories. Lessons I learned here will stay with me for a long time. It's time to move forward onto the next chapter of my life.


Mihael Jogun, BSc Biomedical Sciences student,  from Hampshire, England

I am really enjoying my time studying Law at a Bangor. The teaching is always brilliant, and the tutorial sessions, lead by lecturers, provide students with smaller group sessions in order to ask questions and get a better understanding of each topic. This is something I have found really useful.

Millie Thompson, Law student,  from Cheshire

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