Postgraduate Student profiles

Matt Haworth Matt Haworth – MSc Marine Biology

“I’d always had a passion for marine science and the MSc. in Marine Biology at Bangor catered for that by keeping me engaged in the subject whilst equipping me with the skills required for a career in it.”

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Julia Pantin Julia Pantin – Masters in Marine Biology

“As someone interested in all aspects of marine biology, this course was perfect for me.

“It provided the theoretical background in topics ranging from statistical analysis to invertebrate aquaculture (and everything in between), and the practical experience in habitat, fisheries and marine mammal surveys.”

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Helen Meatcher Helen Marie Meatcher – Masters in Marine Environmental Protection

“The MSc in Marine Environmental Protection at Bangor University is widely regarded as a high quality vocational course for this field. Having discussed the course content with Dr John Turner, the course director, I was keenly interested in subjects and training provided.

“Through my course I had exposure to staff that are among the best in their field and so lectures were of a high standard. Students are taught current methodology and concepts.”

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David Tarrant David Tarrant – MSc Marine Environmental Protection

“Since joining Royal Haskoning I think I have used an element of every single module directly in my work as a marine environmental scientist.

“I’m grateful for all the help and support I received during my time at Bangor, I believe it to be the most defining year of my life so far and certainly the one in which I achieved the most.”

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Dan Wood – MSc in Aquaculture, Shellfish Biology and Fisheries

“A lot of the MSc. course was centred on training to become a professional scientist. I’m now using this training everyday. I’ve just been promoted and really love the fact that my job uses a wide variety of my skills.”

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Craig Robertson Craig Robertson- Ph.D in ‘The functioning of deep-sea canyons on the US East Coast

"I found out about Bangor University through searching for suitable institutions to study marine science. I choose to study here because of the university’s proximity to the coast and mountains and outdoor lifestyle. I was aware of established reputation of SOS in marine sciences and the extensive range of facilities and expertise available within the school."

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