Marcela Porto Costa – PhD in Environmental Science
Marcela is a PhD student in the School of Natural Sciences. She is originally from Brazil.
As a PhD student I have many opportunities, as well as my research: The best thing is that I can join any module that I think is relevant to my work
Yaxian Qiu – PhD in Criminology
Yaxian Qiu is 28 years old and from China. She is in the third year of a PhD in Criminology
Supervisors and researchers here are supportive and knowledgeable, lectures are passionate and articulate. They love to help you with your research ideas and study.
Maria Fernanda Rodriguez Aguilar – Media Studies
Maria Fernanda, who is known as 'Mafer’ is 23 years old and from Colombia.
The best thing about my course is that there is a good balance between theory and practice. I enjoy every minute of the lectures and think the amount of time left for students to read and deepen in the topics is perfect.
Sandy Paola Perez-Robles – PhD in Finance
Sandy Paola Perez-Robles is in the third year of a PhD at Bangor Business School
For me, Bangor is the perfect place to study, to connect yourself with nature and to open your mind by meeting people from all over the world.
Ka Nam Siu – Psychology with Clinical and Health Psychology with International Experience
Ada Ka Nam Siu, is from Hong Kong. In his third year studying Psychology with Clinical and Health Psychology with International Experience.
The Psychology department in Bangor University has a high reputation among all the university in the UK. Lecturers here are helpful and friendly. They would love to help you with your study.
Anuj Narwal – Biomedical Science
Anuj Narwal is a second year student. He is 19 years old and from India.
I found about the university online and was surprised by how pretty the city and the university itself was; that added with great facilities for my course was definitely enough to convince me to apply here.
Arpita Gargesh – PhD Linguistics
Arpita Gargesh, 29, is from India, studying a PhD in Linguistics.
The most wonderful part about my course is that it allows me to follow my own path when it comes to research, albeit with excellent guidance from my supervisors.
Harshal Garg – Banking and Finance
Harshal is third year student and is from India.
Whenever I need support, my personal tutor, Student Services and the International Education Centre are always there to help me out in any way possible
Nebu George – PhD in Archaeology
Nebu George is from Mumbai, India. After having completed his undergraduate degree in Archaeology and masters in Celtic Archaeology at Bangor, he is currently pursuing a PhD in Archaeology with period ranging from prehistory to Viking age in Britain.
University life in Bangor is filled with rich experiences of the unique people from various corners of the planet who enrich your life and change your outlook towards life. Brace yourself for such a change!
Shailaja Bakshi – PhD in Linguistics and English Language
Shailaja, who is from India, is currently a second year PhD student.
Linguistics is research driven and we as students are encouraged to participate in new research and come up with any new ideas. Also, our department has a very friendly atmosphere where everyone knows each other.
Hilyah Kholis Audah – Psychology with Neuropsychology
I love the wide range of support and services students are able to use during the course. It really help students that are struggling with any kinds of issue. Be it coursework issues to mental health.
Abigail Shannon Chua – Psychology
Abigail is a second year Psychology student
The Lecturers are so passionate about the subject that it is inspiring. Staff are friendly and helpful and they are always willing to help you.
Jessica Liew – MSc Applied Behaviour Analysis
Jessica Liew from Malaysia is currently doing her Masters in Applied Behaviour Analysis.
The best thing about living in Bangor would be the scenery and nature surrounding Bangor. There’s nothing like waking up to the cooling atmosphere and fresh air, especially since I come from a relatively hot country.
Adekemi Olabisi Adebowale – PhD Law
Adekemi is 34 years old and from Nigeria. She is in her third year of studying for a PhD in Law.
Prospective students will definitely find Bangor welcoming because it is a friendly community and the people are always ready to assist and support to make them feel at ease.
Bukola Adetonwa – PhD in Management Studies
Bukola Adetonwa is from Nigeria. She's in her first year studying a PhD in Management Studies.
The Bangor Business School is a great, supportive, multi-diverse establishment made up of very supportive lecturers who guide students through their academic journey.
Junaidu Isah Bungudu – PhD in Chemistry
Junaidu Isah Bungudu from Nigeria is studying for a PhD in Chemistry.
The International student service has been a source of happiness for me and my personal tutor has been wonderful.
Nenie Eunice Anetekhai – MBA Law and Management
Nenie Eunice Anetekhai is 26 years old and from Nigeria.
The town is walkable, the air is clean, the people are warm and willing to help. There are lots of shopping discounts for students so the lifestyle is not expensive.
Syed Aslam – Computer Science
Syed Aslam from Pakistan is studying for a PhD in Computer Science.
Being a PhD student is a totally different experience for me from my previous studies. The best thing is that I have to do self-study, which makes me feel free.
Mohammed Zumaya – MSc in Accounting and Finance
Mohammed Zumaya is 28 years old and from Saudi Arabia.
Bangor is a small, amazing and quiet city. The locals are friendly and I enjoy the close proximity of nature.
Osama Alruwaili – PhD in Linguistics
Osama Alruwaili is in the third year of a PhD in Linguistics. He is originally from Saudi Arabia.
I enjoy the modules and the staff are amazing. Being a teacher as well is a good experience.
Saleh Mohammed Ali Alzamanan – MSc Accounting and Finance
Saleh Mohammed Ali Alzamanan is a postgraduate student at Bangor Business School.
The best thing about living in Bangor is Bangor University and the people are so friendly there. I enjoy my School and time with my friends.
Jun Yuan Chin – Zoology with Marine Zoology
Jun is a second year student and is from Singapore
The course has been wonderful. The field trips let you experience learning outside of the usual classroom setting.
Kirthana Pillay – Molecular Ecology PhD
Kirthana Pillay is a first year Molecular Ecology PhD student and is from Singapore
I’ve completed both my BSc and MRes in Bangor. Both courses helped me gain a better understanding of the natural environment and how to manage it efficiently in this changing climate.
Pei-Yun Chen – BA Joint Honours Linguistics and German
Pei-Yun Chen, also called Pe-Ko is 18 years old and from Taiwan.
With great professionals in the field of languages and linguistics, I have been able to develop a strong passion as I kept discovering more things I enjoy to do.
Megumi Haq – Psychology
Megumi Haq, 20 years old, from England, UK.
She is in the third year of an undergraduate Psychology course.
The course is well-rounded as we are introduced to various different fields within psychology in first and second year modules (e.g. behavioural, neuro, cognitive, social etc). This gives us an idea about which areas interest us the most.
Samuel Dickins – BA Chinese and German
Samuel Dickins is from Shrewsbury in Shropshire. He is in the second year of his degree.
Bangor is a truly stunning town. It is also a town that, as a student moving to it you do not lose yourself completely. By that I mean, it is a town where you can turn a familiar face from a lecture into a friend.
Kayla Jones – PhD in Welsh History
Kayla Jones from Asheville, North Carolina in the USA is in the second year of a PhD in Welsh History.
I found out about Bangor University through promotional material from a study abroad event in the US. Coming from a more rural, mountainous community in North Carolina, I wanted a university that wasn’t in a large city and had beautiful scenery, and boy does Bangor deliver!
Phuc Xuan Nhi Nguyen – Psychology
Phuc Xuan Nhi Nguyen is 18 years old. She's a second year Psychology student.
The Psychology school is an interesting school. We have a friendly environment where lecturers are attentive to the students. The best thing about the Psychology school is that you have a great support scheme for students.