Meet the Digital Ambassadors

Our Digital Ambassadors are real life Bangor University students who are happy to share their student experience on social media for a real taste of student life.

Find out more about our Digital Ambassadors below....

Arta Crossman 

Arta Crossman is a Psychology student.

Becoming a Digital Ambassador…

"I love both photography and editing photos on social media."

More about Arta...

I have absolutely loved my experience here as a first year student. Being a Digital Ambassador gives me an opportunity to share these experiences with prospective students, or people who would like an idea of places they could visit near the University. I love both photography and editing photos on social media, and love sharing my photos with a wider audience. 

During my second year, I’ll be the chair of Craft Society and will be encouraging people in the University to show their creative side by sharing images of creations using recycled material from Bangor itself. 

Bangor University boasts amazing clubs, societies, and days out exploring local areas. That’s why I chose Bangor, to make the most of my experience as a student.


Sophia Foster

Sophia Foster is a Psychology & Business student.

Becoming a Digital Ambassador…

"I love north Wales and explore often."

More about Sophia...

I chose Bangor because of the surrounding area. I am pretty outdoorsy, and there’s a great opportunity to try (so many) interesting clubs – which I could never do otherwise! My Psychology department is also fantastic. They make the course so interesting, while considering the workload/ life balance. I think Bangor University is such an amazing place, with so much culture and fab events. I love north Wales and explore often. I really cannot imagine choosing a different university!

Luke Earnshaw 

Luke is a Psychology student.

Becoming a Digital Ambassador…

"I enjoy taking photos and posting on social media."

More about Luke Earnshaw...

I enjoy taking photos and posting on social media, telling a story so that others can discover new places and adventures. I’m a British Psychological Trust Rep and British Neuroscience Association Rep, and I’m also a keen trail runner. 

I chose Bangor University because it is a small and friendly place, on the edge of Snowdonia Park with the mountains within reach and easily accessible for hikes and walks. Bangor University has excellent facilities with the School of Psychology having its own fMRl scanner and EEG laboratories. Residential halls are easily within 5-10 minutes walking to main Campus and the city centre, so no need to worry about cars or public transport.