Employability at Bangor

All undergraduate students at Bangor have the opportunity to take part in the Bangor Employability Award, which helps to build the key skills that are required in the workplace. There are also careers fairs and opportunities to meet with employers, as well as internship and enterprise schemes. Watch our videos to find out more.

Employability at Bangor University

Students talk about the employability opportunities at Bangor University, enabling them to build on their transferable skills, which will be beneficial when looking for work.

School of Music Careers Day

The Career in Music Day is an opportunity for current students to listen to advice from industry experts and meet with graduates who have gone on to careers in music. .

Arts & Humanities Careers Fair

A range of companies and graduates attended the Careers Fair to give advice to current students about career opportunities.

Law Careers Fair

The annual Careers Fair is one of the biggest events in the Law School’s calendar. Law School staff and participating recruiters explain why it’s so successful – and offer valuable tips on how to give yourself a head-start in the graduate job market.

Psychology Careers Event

Psychology students took part in a careers and employability conference where they had the opportunity to meet employers, network, see presentations and take part in a CV clinic.

Employability at the School of Environment, Natural Resources and Geography

Enhance your career and skill-set through our Bangor Employability Award.

Hear it from our students ...

Freya Whelan - LLB Law

Freya won the Employability Excellence Award. She tells us about her time at Bangor.

Amanda Davidson - MEnvSci Environmental Science

Amanda talks about the range of activities she has been involved in while studying MEnvSci Environmental Science course at Bangor University.

Maisie Prior - Spanish with International Experience

Maisie Prior explains about the vast amount of experience she has gained with the Bangor Employability Award at Bangor University.

Thomas Daniel Jones - BSc Psychology with Neuropsychology

Thomas tells us how the Bangor Employability Award has benefited him.

Matthew Rowland - BA History with Archaeology

Matthew has volunteered at Storiel museum and Penrhyn Castle alongside his degree, and spent a year abroad in Australia.

Ryan Eddowes - BSc Zoology with Herpetology

Ryan tells us about his recent course trip to South Africa, and also how the Bangor Employability Award has benefited him.

Emma Keen - MSci in Marine Biology and Oceanography

Emma explains how her extra-curricular activities have contributed to her gaining the Bangor Employability Award.

Gabe Hibberd - Conservation with Forest Ecosystems

During his degree, Gabe has undertaken a work placement as a country park warden on the Great Orme in Llandudno, gaining real life experience alongside his studies.

Charlotte Fairclough - French and German

Charlotte has spent time abroad in France and Germany as part of her degree course and has also taken part in the Bangor Employability Award.

Joseph Smith - Psychology

Joseph tells us how his internship has helped him choose a career path in research.