School of Music Careers Day
The Career in Music Day is an opportunity for current students to listen to advice from industry experts and meet with graduates who have gone on to careers in music.
Bangor graduate Jojo Arvanitis, English Session Orchestra
Jojo Arvanitis studied at Bangor University's School of Music for both her undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. After completing her MA in Music she began working in orchestral management, and is currently working for the English Session Orchestra.
Jess is originally from Barnsley, and is studying Music at Bangor University. She tells us about her time as a Music Student at Bangor.
Eleanore is originally from Droitwich in Worcestershire, and is studying Music at Bangor University. She tells us about her time as a Music Student at Bangor.
Here are some of our graduates filmed by Bangor University’s Student Film Society.
Graduation 2016 - Honorary Fellow, Elin Manahan Thomas
Congratulations to Elin Monahan Thomas for receiving an Honorary Fellowship for her service to music.
Graduation 2015 - Honorary Fellows Gruff Rhys and Huw Stephens
Super Furry Animals singer Gruff Rhys and Radio 1 and C2 DJ Huw Stephens have both received an Honorary Fellowship at Bangor University.
Video Profile Christine Poon
Christine from Hong Kong tells us about her Music course and life as an international student at Bangor University.
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The Bangor Student Experience
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Bangor University delivers Gold rated teaching
Bangor has achieved a Gold Award, the highest rating possible, in the national Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF). We were judged to deliver consistently outstanding teaching, learning and outcomes for our students and our teaching is of the highest quality found in the UK.
A student city in scenic surroundings
Bangor is situated on the North Wales coast, between the mountains and the sea. Bangor's location makes it the perfect place to get involved in sports and outdoor activities. There are also historic towns and villages and ancient castles nearby for you to explore.
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Clubs and Societies
Bangor's Students' Union has over 150 clubs and societies, so there’s bound to be something to your taste. Membership of all our clubs and societies is free!
Sport plays an important part of our student experience. We have over 50 free sports clubs to join and are in a breathtaking location that is ideal for outdoor activities.
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