Snowdonia National Park

School of Natural Sciences

“Bangor University has a superb reputation in the study of environmental science. The world needs people skilled in the expertise needed to play a crucial part in solving the world’s problems.” - Sir David Attenborough.

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We conduct world-leading research and teaching across a diverse range of topics based around zoology, biology, forestry, geography, agriculture and conservation.

Based in stunning North Wales, we’re the obvious choice for students and researchers interested in the natural world and environment.

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Undergraduate Study

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Postgraduate Study

Subject Areas

Visit our Study pages for all our subject areas.

Visit our Study pages for all our subject areas.

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Our Research

Our academics and students are involved in research projects around the world. Their discoveries are helping shape government policies and changing the very way we think about the most important topics of the day.

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Open Days

Join us on one of our Open Days - it's the best way to learn more about Bangor University and ask any questions you may have.

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Your experience as a student

You'll find a supportive community, an active social life and a location like no other.

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If you have any questions or want to know more about any of our courses, please don't hesitate to contact us.

  Bangor, Gwynedd UK LL57 2DG

  +44 (0)1248 351151


The School of Natural Sciences is part of the College of Environmental Sciences and Engineering.

The College is one of the leading centres in the UK for teaching and research in an extensive range of science subjects. We aim to educate and train a new generation of scientists aware of societal and environmental needs in a world-class research-led environment.

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