Undergraduate Student Profiles

Elliot GoddardElliot Goddard

Elliot Goddard – BSc Product Design

Elliot Goddard is from Nelson, Caerphilly in South Wales. Before coming to Bangor, he studied at UWC Atlantic College in Llantwit Major.

What I love about Product Design at Bangor University is that we have very knowledgeable lecturers with industry experience.

Jade SwiftJade Swift

Jade Swift – Midwifery BM (Hons)

Jade is a 2nd year Midwifery student at Bangor University, and lives in Rhyl.

I enjoy all aspects of my placements but my favorite area is community. I love working closely with women and their families within the community and their own homes.

Francesca SciarrilloFrancesca Sciarrillo

Francesca Sciarrillo – English Literature

Francesca Sciarrillo is from Mold, Flintshire in North Wales and is studying English Literature.

The highlight of my course so far has been developing my own writing skills and being able to study all different time periods and genres. I particularly like the fact that modules are available to look specifically at Welsh Literature in English, or Literature from all four nations.

Iola MorrisIola Morris

Iola Morris – Learning Disability Nursing

Iola Mair Morris, originally from Landderfel near Bala. She was educated at Ysgol Y Berwyn before starting her job and doing an NVQ through Coleg Llysfasi. Iola studied Learning Disability Nursing.

My experience has been unforgettable; highlights include being nominated for the Nursing Times' Student of the Year Award and my amazing placements, also the support from my tutors.

Stephanie MorrisStephanie Morris

Stephanie Morris – Adult Nursing BN (Hons)

Stephanie Morris is from Shropshire. She's an Adult Nurse student following the programme based at Bangor’s Wrexham Campus.

I have had so many wonderful opportunities which have helped me to thrive both academically and professionally.

Will Hakesley Will Hakesley

Will Hakesley – German and Chinese with French

Will is originally from Worcestershire, and is studying German and Chinese with French.

Pastoral care at Bangor is so much more helpful than I've seen anywhere else, I've never seen a lecturer or personal tutor turn down a student who asks for help, for personal or academic issues.

Sarah Logan Sarah Logan

Sarah Logan – Psychology

Sarah Logan is from Liverpool. She studies Psychology.

The best thing about Bangor is definitely how beautiful it is. The pier, the mountains, the beaches and even just the university itself is so lovely, it makes living here feel amazing.

Haikal SubahanHaikal Subahan

Haikal Subahan – BSc in Psychology with Clinical and Health Psychology

Haikal is studying a BSc in Psychology with Clinical and Health Psychology, and is originally from Singapore.

People were always connected to each other. Everyone knew everyone. Most importantly, everyone was friendly and I had a great time.

Mark BarrowMark Barrow

Mark Barrow – History with Journalism

Mark Barrow from Oldham, Greater Manchester is a second year History with Journalism student.

All my lecturers clearly have experience and enthusiasm for what they teach. There is a very good connection between staff and students in History especially.

Ryan McstravickRyan Mcstravick

Ryan Mcstravick – Medical Sciences (BMedSci)

Ryan McStravick from Belfast is a 3rd year Medical Sciences student.

I originally came through Clearing and I had to quickly research various universities. I originally wished to complete post graduate medicine, and found Bangor to offer Medical Science, which was a perfect stepping stone to assist me with my future aspirations.

Alysha KhanAlysha Khan

Alysha Khan – Linguistics

Alysha Khan is from London and currently studying Linguistics at Bangor University.

I'll miss the little moments and memories that I create each day whilst being here.

Jessica FoxJessica Fox

Jessica Fox – Marine Biology and Oceanography

Jess Fox, 19, from Alne (near York), North Yorkshire is in her first year studying for a BSc (Hons) Marine Biology and Oceanography degree.

From almost the first moment we walked through the Main Arts doors in the morning we knew that this was going to be the place for me. As the day went on it just got better and better – particularly when we got to visit the School of Ocean Sciences.

Chelsea Nasmyth-MillerChelsea Nasmyth-Miller

Chelsea Nasmyth-Miller – Sports Science

Chelsea Nasmyth-Miller is from Hertfordshire and has graduated with a Sports Science degree at Bangor University.

I chose this course as I have always loved sports and I know that Bangor University was well known for it great School of Sport Health and Exercise Sciences.

Leisha Kemp-WalkerLeisha Kemp-Walker

Leisha Kemp-Walker – BA French and Spanish

Leisha is studying French and Spanish and tells us about her time at Bangor.

I originally chose Bangor because of its location in beautiful North Wales, it's a great city to live in if you like the outdoors.  The university's School of Modern Languages is small, personal and welcoming.

Julius MuyombyaJulius Muyombya

Julius Muyombya – BA Business and Law

Julius is 21 and studied BA Business and Law at Bangor. After a challenging upbringing in Uganda, Julius' life changed at the age of 11, as he moved to North Wales to live.

Bangor University is located at one of best and stunning locations in the UK. Having access to a beautiful natural environment with spectacular features such as mountains, lakes and rivers.

Gwen ReesGwen Rees

Gwen Rees – Adult Nursing BN (Hons)

Gwen is from Ruthin and a 3rd year student nurse at Bangor University’s Wrexham Campus.

To anyone thinking of applying to Bangor University, go for it. It’s definitely the best decision I have made and I feel that the course I am undertaking is totally worthwhile.

Sophie Jade Griffith-LucasSophie Jade Griffith-Lucas

Sophie Jade Griffith-Lucas – Criminology and Criminal Justice

Sophie, from Anglesey, is in her first year studying Criminology & Criminal Justice at Bangor University.

I won the Bangor Merit Scholarship which is £1,500, broken to £500 per year of study. The money that I get each year will help me to buy academic books as they can be pricey. It felt incredibly amazing to be the only one in Conwy being rewarded this scholarship. I consider myself being very lucky.

Megan BradleyMegan Bradley

Megan Bradley – BSc Accounting and Economics

Megan Bradley from Wilmslow, Cheshire is a third year BSc Accounting and Economics student.

The staff are so lovely and always have time to help you out whether it’s in their office hours or by email, they truly do want the best for your wellbeing and to make sure that you succeed and get the grades you want.

Erin JonesErin Jones

Erin Jones – Adult Nursing BN (Hons)

Erin Jones is from Bontnewydd, by Caernarfon. She's an Adult Nurse student at Bangor University.

I would encourage anyone to apply for a scholarship. It opens a big door for you, not only at University, but also when you'll be going into the workplace.

Sam WebbSam Webb

Sam Webb – Psychology with Neuropsychology

Sam Webb is from Sycamore Ave, near Daventry, Northamptonshire. He is graduating this year in Psychology and Neuropsychology.

After coming to an open day, I realised the community and sense of closeness at the School of Psychology was unique, and couldn’t be missed.

Megan PriceMegan Price

Megan Price – BA French, German and Italian

Megan is studying French, German and Italian. She's from Abergavenny, South Wales, and tells us about what she has enjoyed about being a student at Bangor.

The highlight was my semester in Udine. I met a lot of lovely people and had many opportunities to travel. I went to Croatia, Sardinia, Milan, Rome and many other cities.

Elly ChanElly Chan

Elly Chan – Music BMus

Elly Chan is originally from Hong Kong and has graduated with a degree in Music at Bangor University.

Bangor University is situated in a very attractive location – It is surrounded by the mountain and seaside. The Music School offers a wide range of modules that I was interested in.

Laura ThomasLaura Thomas

Laura Thomas – Midwifery

Laura Thomas is a born and bred North Walian from a little village called Rhewl, Mostyn. Before attending Bangor University, she spent her primary school years at Ysgol Bryn Pennant, Mostyn and secondary school years at Holywell High School (now Ysgol Treffynnon).

Making a whole new load of friends for life! Their support has been incredible and it feels like we have all known each other forever, definitely a life changing experience.

Jade ParsonsJade Parsons

Jade Parsons – BM (Hons) Midwifery

Jade Parsons is from Holywell. She attended Holywell High school and Coleg Cambria before coming to Bangor.

I’m lucky to have gained a place to study midwifery at Bangor. It has been an absolute pleasure and has made my dream come true!

Thomas JonesThomas Jones

Thomas Jones – Psychology with Neuropsychology

Thomas Jones is from Swansea and studies Psychology with Neuropsychology.

I have been largely involved in volunteering where I have been to beaches and mountains to do some environmental work and been to the local mental health unit where I support the service users in both a leading and volunteering capacity.

Jiri BenacekJiri Benacek

Jiri Benacek – Msci Psychology

Jiri Benacek is from Prague in the Czech Republic. He is studying for an undergraduate masters degree (Msci.) in Psychology.

The thing that really amazed me when I first came to Bangor was the great number of sport clubs and societies the university offered. But even if sports are not your thing, Bangor offers many societies where one can meet people with whom they have something in common.

Harriet GlennHarriet Glenn

Harriet Glenn – Midwifery Alumni

Harriet Glenn is originally from Colwyn Bay. She graduated with a degree in Midwifery.

The course is intensive and I wanted to stay close to home so I could see my family on days off, the lecturing team were friendly and welcoming.

Emily GauntEmily Gaunt

Emily Gaunt – Psychology

Emily Gaunt, 19 from Surrey is a first year student at Bangor, studying Psychology.

The lecturers are very approachable and supportive of their students. Whether it’s for a quick chat or for a discussion about any worries with studies, they will always find time for you and offer the best support they can!

Niall WilliamsNiall Williams

Niall Williams – BSc Sports Science

Niall Williams is from North Wales and attended St Gerard’s School in Bangor and completed his Alevels at Charnwood College Basketball Academy.

I like Bangor because of the endless opportunities available, allowing you to make your uni experience what you want it to be.

Stephen Mark ErhornStephen Mark Erhorn

Stephen Mark Erhorn – BA German

Stephen is originally from Newcastle upon Tyne. He's studying a degree in German at Bangor University.

The quality of the classes at Bangor means that not only have I learned a lot but I have also always felt engaged and involved in the University. My year abroad in Germany was an amazing opportunity to put all of what I have learned in Bangor to good use.

Libby SteeleLibby Steele

Libby Steele – BSc Sport and Exercise Psychology

Libby Steele is originally from Trentham, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. Went to Trentham High School and Newcastle-under-Lyme College before coming to Bangor to study.

One of my favourite things about Bangor is the community feel that is present wherever you go – everyone is so polite and welcoming.

Megan Wyn OwenMegan Wyn Owen

Megan Wyn Owen – Electronic Engineering

Megan Wyn Owen from Anglesey is studying Electronic Engineering.

The course is composed of modules that are taught through lectures, seminars and practicals. The balance between the lectures and lab sessions has ensured that I understand the work, as I get to apply what I’ve learned in lectures in lab practicals.

Clodagh May ColbeckClodagh May Colbeck

Clodagh May Colbeck – BA French, Italian and Spanish

Clodagh May Collbeck is originally from the Wirral, and is studying French, Italian and Spanish at Bangor. She tells us about her time here.

My initial interest in Bangor University was sparked by the fact it was the only university I found which offered the Three Language degree programme.

Lauren OatesLauren Oates

Lauren Oates – Learning Disability Nursing BN (Hons)

Lauren Oates is studying Learning Disability Nursing BN (Hons)

There is so much support available for students. The University provide Student Support Services. There are drop in sessions, and you can also book set appointments if you ever feel you are struggling with specific modules/assignments.

Charli WilsonCharli Wilson

Charli Wilson – Italian and History

Charli Wilson is from London, UK. She's studying Italian and History. Charlie tells us why she chose to study at Bangor.

I liked the feel of the university and the local area - it was very welcoming and supportive and much quieter than back home!

Zoë KiziltanZoë Kiziltan

Zoë Kiziltan – Sport Science

Zoë Kiziltan, 19, from Liverpool, is in her first year studying for a BSc in Sport Science.

It feels amazing to be awarded a scholarship. It’s truly a great feeling to know that my university notices and appreciates the hard work that I put into my studies before coming here.