Student Case Studies
Students talk about the various ways in which they've developed their employability whilst at Bangor!
Mandy talks about her experiences as a mature student, becoming a Course Rep, getting involved in societies, and her internship experience.
Freya talks about her first impressions of Bangor, getting involved in the Bangor Employability Award, and winning an Employability Excellence Award.
Maisie talks about her international experiences, setting up her own business, and trying ‘as many jobs as possible’ in order to find her passion!
Thomas talks about getting involved in various Students’ Union volunteering projects, and how the Bangor Employability Award has given him recognition for his activities.
Matthew talks about volunteering locally, studying and travelling in Australia, and developing his confidence through the BEA.
Errol talks about coming to university at 25, getting involved in activities, and receiving support from Skills and Employability staff.
Ryan talks about his experiences in South Africa, contributing to a new teaching and learning strategy, and getting involved in societies.
Emma talks about field trips, support from staff, and getting involved in the Sailing Sustainability Challenge.
Gabe talks about his work placement on the Great Orme, planting fruit trees on campus, and achieving the BEA 'by accident'!
Charlotte talks about studying in France and Germany, helping new students settle in, and receiving support in developing her business skills.
Joseph talks about choosing Bangor, completing a research internship, and his passion for brain scans!