Why study a postgraduate course at Bangor?

Teaching and Learning Facilities

We don't just offer teaching spaces, IT rooms and libraries. Here at Bangor we have social learning spaces, labs and even our own Botanical Gardens, Museum and Research Vessel

Our Research

World-class Research

Our cutting-edge research breathes freshness into our ever-changing curriculum and helps advance our collective understanding of the world around us.

Research at Bangor University

Research Programmes

Practice your research skills surrounded by peers and professors who share your passion for advancing the world's understanding of your chosen area of study.

Our Research Programmes

Student reading a book in the library

Doctoral School

The Doctoral School is here to support and and enhance your experience as a postgraduate researcher.

St Mary's Village

Award-winning accommodation

Our halls were rated Best in the UK for quality of accommodation in the What Uni Student Choice Awards in 2018 and 3rd in the UK in 2019. Halls prices include Campus Life and gym membership.

We have dedicated halls for postgraduate students, assuring you have the best possible environment to concentrate on your studies.

 Breathtaking Location

Lone Student kayaking on the Llyn Padarn lake in Llanberis

Live in one of the most scenic locations in the UK as you study. Nestled between the mountains and the sea, Bangor is more than just beautiful: it’s a playground for nature lovers. Hike, climb, kayak or canoe in nearby Snowdonia National Park, learn to surf in the park’s lagoon or brave one of Europe’s fastest zip wires. 


Free Clubs and Societies

Members of the Women's Basketball team in action during a game at Canolfan Brailsford

Our award winning clubs and societies are all free to join. We have over 150 to choose from so you're bound to find something you like. In the 2020 What Uni Student Choice Awards, Bangor University was voted 2nd in the UK for Sport and Societies. Our location near Snowdonia also means that adventure is on our doorstep.

Clubs and Societies

Students walking through the quad of the Main Arts Building

Postgraduate Open Days

Visit us

Postgraduate Open Days are normally held in March and November. Find out what is happening this year.

Virtual Open Day

Watch our videos, presentations and virtual tours so you can see what it's like to study at Bangor University.

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