Coronavirus (Covid-19) Information


University owned Accommodation

At Bangor, we offer a wide range of self-catered accommodation, including standard or en-suite rooms.  All single first year single undergraduate students who apply to stay in university accommodation.

Each year we try to designate some rooms for students for whom peace and quiet is important. Details of which hall has been designated as such will be on our website.  These may be suitable, though not exclusively, for mature students who often prefer a quieter environment.

Please note however that communal living will also be noisier than living in your own home and that we can not control noise coming from outside the building. There is very limited availability for these rooms so we can’t guarantee that everyone will be successful in their request for a designated ‘quiet’ room.

For more information about university accommodation visit the following website: Student Accommodation.

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Family Accommodation

The University does not own or manage any family accommodation. Students coming to Bangor with their families can search for suitable accommodation in the private sector using Studentpad:

For further advice and guidance contact the Student Housing Office:

Bursaries for Relocating Families

Students who relocate with their family to study at Bangor University, may be entitled to additional financial support.  The £1,000 Relocation Bursary was introduced to ease a family’s relocating costs and to help with costs such as are deposits, rent, moving costs etc.  

Eligibility - UK full time undergraduate student with a taxable household income of under £25,000.  This bursary is available in the first academic year only

To apply contact the Money Support Unit for an application form after you complete the registration process in September.  Return the completed form with proof of former address, new tenancy agreement and relocation costs to the Money Support Unit as soon as possible.

Awards are paid by BACS transfer.