Student News: September 2012

Opportunity to Study for 20 Credits in Germany during 1st Semester

There is an opportunity for 6 second year Social Sciences students to study in Germany for 10 days during this first semester, from 12th - 22th November 2012. This 20 credit module, Volunteer Engagement in Europe, is supported by Erasmus and validated by Bangor University.

Publication date: 28 September 2012

SENRGy’s Mark Stevens stands up to Paxman

SENRGy undergraduate Mark Stevens helped Bangor University defeat the University of St Andrews in the first round of the 2012/2013 series of University Challenge.

Publication date: 25 September 2012

Students invited to apply for 6 month Equality and Discrimination Law training programme

The Bangor Centre for International Law at Bangor Law School is delighted to announce a competition to select six students from Bangor Law School to attend, free of charge, a 6 month long training programme on Equality and Discrimination Law organised by the Equal Opportunities Commission.

Publication date: 24 September 2012

Bangor victorious on University Challenge

Bangor University took on and beat Scotland’s oldest University, the University of St Andrews in the traditional arena for university students: University Challenge on BBC 2 Wales at 8.00 pm last night (September 24th).

Publication date: 21 September 2012

PhD student to be Special Olympics GB Technical Advisor

Niamh Reilly selected as the Special Olympics Great Britain Technical Advisor for the Motor Activity Training Programme (MATP).

Publication date: 12 September 2012

Students to perform with comedian Phill Jupitus

Students from Bangor University are looking forward to sharing a stage with comedian Phill Jupitus.

Members of the University Society Bangor Comedy are busy preparing for the ‘Student Goat’, an improv comedy show in the style of Whose Line Is it Anyway and Mock the Week, which will be performed with legendary comedian Phill Jupitus.

Publication date: 12 September 2012