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Student News: November 2016

Future Legal Mind 2017 launches offering students a major career boost and cash prizes

The third annual Future Legal Mind award launches this week, offering UK law undergraduates the chance to win a valuable work placement and cash prizes totalling over £7,000.

Publication date: 25 November 2016

Bangor's second Nurse of the Year

A student from Bangor University has won a prestigious Award which celebrates her exceptional achievements and professionalism.

Stephanie Morris, a third year Adult Field BN Nursing Student at Bangor University’s School of Healthcare Sciences has been awarded the Royal College of Nursing Nurse of the Year Student Nurse Award 2016.

Publication date: 17 November 2016

First Minister announces a welcome for overseas students in Wales

Post-Brexit Wales will welcome overseas students and the Welsh Government will press the UK government to ensure they do not fall victim of plans to reduce immigration. That was the message from First Minister Carwyn Jones when he addressed students and academics at Bangor University recently.

Publication date: 14 November 2016

Bringing the Social Sciences to life at Bangor

Sixth formers from across north Wales have had the chance to get ‘hands on’ with the social sciences at an event at Bangor University.

Over 100 pupils attended the School of Social Sciences’s Festival Day on Wednesday, 9th November, where Bangor staff and students guided them through a series of interactive sessions covering sociology, criminology and health and social care.

Publication date: 11 November 2016

Bangor Law student completes internship in Washington D.C. Law Firm

Ms Haude Bergeon-Hennebois, a final year English Law with French Law student, described her internship in September 2016 with the Washington, D.C. law firm Jezic & Moyse, LLC as one of the most rewarding work experiences of her life.

Publication date: 4 November 2016