Undergraduate Student Profiles
Jeanne Alberty – Social Policy with Economics
Jeanne Alberty from Switzerland is studying a joint-honours degree in Social Policy with Economics and is in the third-year.
Bangor University staff are amazing! People are very friendly, attentive to your requests, eventual problems or difficulty. Bangor Uni staff are really warm, this makes it easier to go and talk to them.
Sophie Jade Griffith-Lucas – Criminology and Criminal Justice
Sophie, from Anglesey, is in her first year studying Criminology & Criminal Justice at Bangor University.
I won the Bangor Merit Scholarship which is £1,500, broken to £500 per year of study. The money that I get each year will help me to buy academic books as they can be pricey. It felt incredibly amazing to be the only one in Conwy being rewarded this scholarship. I consider myself being very lucky.
Stephanie Dale – Sociology
Stephanie Dale from Eastbourne, England is studying Sociology and is in her third year
The best thing about Bangor is the sense of community that exists in this small city. There is a place for everyone here no matter you gender, ethnicity, religion etc. There are groups of people who you can identify with and it's so easy to see them all the time because of the closeness of the city.