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Student Charter

Bangor University's Student Charter

At Bangor University we are proud of the close partnership we have with our student body and the way in which we work together to develop the unique Bangor student experience. 

Your time at Bangor will bring with it a range of opportunities to develop your skills, become an active member of our learning community, and contribute to the local environment. We firmly believe in the value of engaging with your studies, but also in the benefits brought by taking advantage of every opportunity you have to build your knowledge and experience outside of the academic domain.

Bangor University is committed to providing excellent Welsh Medium provision, developing strong bilingual administration, and continuing to contribute extensively to the cultural and linguistic development of the area. To further develop and enrich its Welsh medium provision, the University is fully committed to play a full role in the activities of the Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol, and take full advantage of its initiatives.

We aim to be sustainable in everything we do. The University is collectively committed to student well-being, including mental health, and the well-being goals of the Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015, Bangor University is committed to meeting our statutory responsibilities regarding equality, diversity, safeguarding, and protected characteristics. The University’s Strategic Equality Plan and Action Plan have been developed within the context of the University’s legal duties under the Equality Act 2010 and the Duties Specific to Wales, and is a statement of Bangor University’s on-going commitment to the promotion of equality and diversity. The University is committed to student wellbeing and health, including mental health and suicide safer approaches. Further information on our goals can be found in our Student-Led Mental Health Strategy.

The University undertakes to disseminate this charter annually to all students and staff via on-line means, in Welcome talks and meetings with personal tutors.

The University will service its contractual obligations to students and comply with its commitments under consumer law as outlined by the Competition and Markets Authority. In doing so, universities will work to protect the student interest when responding to circumstances such as significant changes to how a course is delivered or course closure. The University has in place procedures to respond to these circumstances which will mitigate the potential impact on students and which recognise the different needs of its diverse student body. The University is committed to providing up-to-date and transparent information to students regarding the costs of study.

Bangor University: Our commitments to all our students

Bangor University Students’ Union: Our commitments to all our members:

Bangor University Students: Your commitments to the University

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