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Overall Satisfaction within the subject area of Management

National Student Survey 2022

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Elen Rankenhohn

Not only has my experience at the school given me the knowledge as a base for my career, but it has sparked a confidence in me that I never thought I had. I now know I have what it takes to be a successful marketeer and have already started climbing my professional ladder. Bangor Business School has helped me build confidence and believe in myself and allowed me to find my passion which is now my career.

Errol Grant Bangor Business School Alumni

Errol Grant

I would not have the career I pursued without studying at Bangor Business School. I acquired knowledge beyond the degree. By learning from lecturers with industry experience, I gained an understanding of the practical application of academic studies. It helped me tackle genuine business problems facing clients in my industry.

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Catrin Mather

I choose to study at Bangor Business School because the post-graduate Business and Marketing programme meant that I would graduate with a dual award of a Master of Arts and a Level 7 Diploma in Strategic Management and Leadership. This stood me in good stead to be able to progress in my career with good theoretical underpinning to support my professional studies and commercial experience.

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Jeremy Smith

Bangor is just a fantastic place to be. The scenery is amazing, and the University itself looks incredible. I’d heard great things about the student experience in Bangor, so I knew it would be a place I would enjoy. There were some really great lecturers that genuinely cared about students success. It’s more than just a job to them. And a lot of them stay in touch after as well!

Tom Haynes a Bangor Business School Graduate

Tom Haynes

Thanks to the guidance and support that was given to me by my lecturers, I left with a first class honours degree and now hold the position of International CRM Executive at Castore. The course helped me understand the mechanics behind how consumers engage with products and brands and how organisations can learn to monitor those behaviours and deliver superior value back to their consumers.

Sergio Rojo Bangor Business School Alumni

Sergio Rojo

Studying Business and finance as my undergraduate degree paved the way to providing me with a strong baseline to join reputable organisation within the financial industry. The knowledge I acquired at university has been the building blocks to some of the tools I still use today.

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Joshua Roberts

Attending Bangor University has significantly influenced my career. The reason I began to work with Real Ice is because of the network I built whilst at the university. This in-turn means that I have connected with significant figures in both politics and media. My experiences at the University allowed me to grow and gain confidence, which means that I am comfortable talking to and working with senior stakeholders, something I would only have dreamt of before attending Bangor University.

Inspiring Women in Business

As part of the Bangor Business School Athena SWAN agenda, which is a commitment to gender equality and boosting female careers within the School, in 2022 three female students took part in a mentorship programme with successful female entrepreneurs. All students gained valuable experiences and guidance from the entrepreneurs with one student moving on to start her own business as a result of the programme. 

“Through this mentorship programme, I have gained confidence in networking and my abilities as a whole. I have started a company called Be Heard, with the aim of raising awareness of neurodiverse conditions. The aim is to support young people with neurodiverse conditions in education and into employment.” - Rebecca Bowyer 

Georgia Stanmore a Bangor Business School student.

Reflective Blog by Georgia Stanmore My Work Placement Experience

Georgina undertook the with 'Work Placement' year on her course where she joined CMware as a Commercial Sales Intern. Georgia looks back at her time with CMware and reflects on her work experience and skills she learnt whilst on placement. 

"I was able to move to London and meet so many new people which has opened up so many opportunities for me and my future career which I am incredibly grateful for."

Our Research in Business, Management and Marketing

We have a strong and vibrant research group focusing on understanding and communicating with consumers and other key stakeholders.

We have a global outlook with much of our research addressing global, cross-national and cross-cultural issues. For example, climate change is a central theme and focus that spans across most of the research efforts across Bangor Business School.

The socio-political, business and consumer landscape is ever-evolving. Our research not only tracks current trends but also take an international lead in driving knowledge to anticipate and address business and organisation issues and problems that are looming in the future.

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