Employability Student Profiles

Andrew LeaversAndrew Leavers

Andrew Leavers – Computer Science

Andrew from Lancaster is currently in his third year studying Computer Science. During his second year he took part in the Enterprise by Design scheme

I took part in Enterprise by Design last year. You get teamed up in groups where everyone brings their own unique skill to the table. You get given a brief from the real world and asked to come up with a solution in your team.

John HanleyJohn Hanley

John Hanley – Geography

John Francis Hanley, 20 from Stratford-Upon-Avon is currently in his third year studying Geography at Bangor.

I've been involved with Enactus Bangor, a social enterprise group that operates in many universities across the world. It taught us all so much about negotiating as well as combining entrepreneurship with realism.

Kathryn HowardKathryn Howard

Kathryn Howard – Electronic Engineering

Kathryn Howard is a 24-year-old Electronic Engineering graduate from Cornwall. During her time at Bangor, Kathryn took part in Bangor Employability Award

Through the Bangor Employability Award I have become much better at time management and handling stress and pressures. It put me in different types of situations, which allowed me to become more flexible with how I handle new challenges and different types of people.

Benjamin SimmondsBenjamin Simmonds

Benjamin Simmonds – Financial Economics

Benjamin Simmonds, from Ashford in Kent is studying Financial Economics.

The University offers great opportunities to develop skills through the Bangor Career and Employability office. I got involved in: Flux, Enterprise by Design and the University Business Challenge.