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Postgraduate Study at Bangor

Established in 1884, Bangor University has a long tradition of academic excellence that continues to this day.

Bangor University's research has a major impact around the world according to a national assessment of research quality (REF 2014).

The 2014 Research Excellence Framework recognised that more than three-quarters of Bangor's research is either world-leading or internationally excellent. Based on the University submission of 14 Units of Assessment, 77% of the research was rated in the top two tiers of research quality, ahead of the average for all UK universities.

Bangor University prides itself on the quality of teaching offered, and a recent review by the UK Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) resulted in the highest possible endorsement of the University's academic standards. The 'confidence' judgement by the QAA is the highest of the three ratings possible and confirmation of the University's academic standing and profile.

Excellent Library & Learning Resources...

To find out more about how Bangor University supports your studies through excellent teaching and learning resources and support services take a look at our Studying at Bangor pages.

Student Support

From the moment you arrive, you'll be given as much help and support as you need with health and welfare matters as well as your academic work.

The Student Services Centre provides a wide range of support services for students, from counselling services to money advice to advice on housing. It's a one stop shop for all of the information you need.

Student Services is located in the Rathbone building on College Road.

International Students

If you're an International Student then you may find yourself facing additional challenges and require support and guidance.

International Student Support Services services provide dedicated advice to international students. Located within the Internationational Education Centre (IEC) the support team offer help with a wide range of issues, including visa matters. They also organise trips and events to help you get to know the area and meet other students.

Disability Support Services

The university welcomes applications from disabled students and aims to provide equality of opportunity for all students.

For further information visit the Welfare pages of the Students Services website.

Miles Dyslexia Centre

Miles Dyslexia Centre offers the following services:

  • Pre-assessment screening: informal preliminary screening and discussion for students who think they might be dyslexic, followed by advice on how to proceed
  • Psychometric assessment
  • Study needs assessments for Disabled Students' Allowance
  • Personal and academic support and guidance
  • One-to-one tuition in study skills
  • Dyslexic students study support groups

For further information visit the Miles Dyslexia website.