We place a high priority on caring for and supporting our students. This is reflected in the fact that Bangor is rated one of the top universities in the UK for student support (Times Higher Education).
From Welcome Week onwards, you'll be given as much help and support as possible with health and welfare matters as well as your academic work.
Peer Guides & Personal Tutors
The Peer Guide scheme and the Personal Tutor system mean that there is always another student or academic member of staff that you can turn to. Peer Guides are second and third year students who are trained to help new students settle-in to university life. Every student is assigned a Personal Tutor, who is a member of staff in your academic school.
The Student Services Centre provides a professional support service for students. The services offered include money advice, health and welfare support, advice on private housing, dyslexia support and counselling.
There is also a dedicated Disability team to provide advice and guidance on a range of disability-related matters.
The University's Study Skills Centre offers one to one appointments, workshops and learning resources to help develop the skills needed to succeed at university. The Centre offers help with academic writing, maths and statistics, presentations, reading and research.
Visit the Student Services website to find out about the wide range of support on offer.