Andreas Mavrommatis – Sport Science
Andreas Mavrommatis is originally from Cyprus and is studying Sport Science at Bangor University.
I couldn’t have asked for more, excellent teaching environment with very knowledgeable lecturers in their respective fields.
Ashley Williams – Sport, Health and Exercise Science BSc (Hons)
Ashley Williams is studying a BSc in Sport Health and Exercise Science. She's originally from South Wales.
Bangor is an excellent place to study. The location is brilliant, and the facilities are top class.
Joseph Peppard – Sport Science (Outdoor Activities)
Joseph Peppard, 18, from Middlezoy in Somerset is in his first year studying Sport Science with Outdoor Activities
Bangor is one of the most inclusive places in the UK if you are keen on any outdoor activities. A fifteen minute drive can find you in the hills or at a climbing wall, the scenery is unlike anything else and the atmosphere is incredible.
Mark Langley – Sport Science BSc (Hons)
Mark Langley is from South East Asia; he attended Eirias High school. He's interested in Weight lifting, Power lifting and most barbell sports. Mark is studying a BSc in Sports Science.
Plenty of sports clubs to fit your interests or societies; Interesting nights out and everyone seems down to earth.
Georgina Gipson – Sport, Health and Exercise Science
Georgina Gipson is from Upminster and Essex and is studying Sport, Heath and Exercise Science.
The opportunities here are amazing for example all of the outdoor sports you can try but also the international experience programmes that are offered.
Seren Evans – Sport, Health and Exercise Science
Seren Evans is from Bala, Gwynedd and is studying Sport, Health and Exercise Science at Bangor University.
The Welcome Week was one of the best weeks I’ve had in Bangor. Peer Guides helped me to get around and informed me of where are the best places to go on student nights out.
Libby Steele – BSc Sport and Exercise Psychology
Libby Steele is originally from Trentham, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. Went to Trentham High School and Newcastle-under-Lyme College before coming to Bangor to study.
One of my favourite things about Bangor is the community feel that is present wherever you go – everyone is so polite and welcoming.
Hannah Powell – Sport Science
A rejected job application due to a lack of the skills made Hannah consider her long-term future, and prompted her to apply to university through clearing. Three years on, one of Bangor University’s elite athletes swapped the medal podium for the graduation stage.
Coming to University was a last minute decision I made after failing to get a job I applied for because I didn’t have relevant qualifications. I woke up the next day knowing I had to do something to help me get a career that I would enjoy!
Zoë Kiziltan – Sport Science
Zoë Kiziltan, 19, from Liverpool, is in her first year studying for a BSc in Sport Science.
I love my course especially the amount of research based work I can do and will be able to do as the course continues.
Kirsty Lea Poppy Palmer – Sport Science (Outdoor Activities) BSc (Hons)
Kirsty Palmer is originally from Norfolk.
Bangor University for me was in the perfect location for my degree choice, with a great reputation in the industry.
Chelsea Nasmyth-Miller – Sports Science
Chelsea Nasmyth-Miller is from Hertfordshire and has graduated with a Sports Science degree at Bangor University.
I chose this course as I have always loved sports and I know that Bangor University was well known for it great School of Sport Health and Exercise Sciences.
Niall Williams – BSc Sports Science
Niall Williams is from North Wales and attended St Gerard’s School in Bangor and completed his Alevels at Charnwood College Basketball Academy.
I like Bangor because of the endless opportunities available, allowing you to make your uni experience what you want it to be.