A welcome from the Head of School
Dr Jamie Macdonald welcomes you to the School of Sport, Health and Exercise Science at Bangor University.
Heart Dissection Lab Session
Watch our sport sciences students experience a hands on heart dissection practical, supported by medical sciences staff, to enhance their understanding of the anatomy and function of the heart.
Studying Sport, Health and Exercise Science
Find out more about studying with us and the opportunities available to our students.
Sport, Health and Exercise Science - An overview
Here's an overview of what it's like to study Sport, Health and Exercise Science at Bangor University.
The Bangor University student experience is truly unique. Find out what it's like to study with us.
Sport at Bangor University
Sport plays an important part of the student experience at Bangor University. With free sports clubs to join, a stunning location as well as an impressive sports scholarship that's worth up to £3,000 a year, Bangor has plenty to offer.
Research in the School of Sport, Health and Exercise Science
The School is research-led and staff have well-established national and international reputations in sport and exercise psychology, motor control and learning, and clinical exercise physiology. The School has been recognised as being 7th in the UK in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF).
Opening of our new Physical Activity for Health and Well-Being Labs
Canolfan PAWB is a new £1m facility comprising two new exercise physiology laboratories and a large new teaching laboratory.
The WRU and Bangor University
The WRU has been working with Bangor University's School of Sport, Health and Exercise Science for a number of years and offers opportunities for students to gain work and coaching experience.
Final Year Student Conference
Final year students at the School are given the opportunity to present their dissertation findings at a student conference.
Sports Science with Outdoor Activities (ODA) at Bangor University
See what our Sports Science with Outdoor Activity students get up to.