Undergraduate Student Profiles

Ellys DobsonEllys Dobson

Ellys Dobson – Marine Vertebrate Zoology

Ellys Dobson from York is studying Marine Vertebrate Zoology

The highlight of my time at Bangor has definitely been my course. It has given me so many opportunities to get involved with labs and practicals outside on rocky shores. I was also able to take part in a 10-day survey trip on the Ocean Sciences’ research ship the Prince Madog.

Calum AndersonCalum Anderson

Calum Anderson – Marine Biology and Zoology

Calum from Telford in Shropshire is in his third year studying Marine Biology and Zoology.

The course offered the best practical experience anywhere in the UK. Bangor’s location near Anglesey appealed to my outdoor hobbies and pursuits.

Hussein DhiraniHussein Dhirani

Hussein Dhirani – Marine Biology and Zoology

Hussein Dhirani, is 21 years old and from Tanzania in East Africa. Studying Marine Biology and Zoology and in the second year.

Bangor has beautiful scenery and the local people are very warm and welcoming.

Lydia TabriziLydia Tabrizi

Lydia Tabrizi – Marine Biology

18 year old Lydia from Wigan is in the first year of a Marine Biology degree at Bangor.

North Wales is a great location and perfectly situated next to the ocean. I visited the university on an Open Day, which was great and informed me of all the activities available here.

Anna DuckettAnna Duckett

Anna Duckett – Marine Biology with Zoology

Anna is studying Marine Biology with Zoology. She's from Austin, Texas.

Marine Biology with Zoology is a great course that combines the School of Ocean Sciences with the School of Biological Sciences.

Molly Victoria CzachurMolly Victoria Czachur

Molly Victoria Czachur – Master of Marine Biology with International Experience

Molly Czachur from Manchester has completed her fourth year of studies at Bangor and is now gaining international experience during her fifth year. Molly is spending six months in Kenya and six months in Germany.

I'm spending six months here working on an assessment of the mangrove fauna, which is including lots of research and field work as well as teaching/supervising several BSc students in their individual projects.