You will be allocated a Personal Tutor who is a member of the academic staff in your academic school. You are expected to see your tutor at least three times a year to discuss academic issues relating to your progress. However, the more you keep in touch with your tutor, the more they will be able to advise and assist you. You will meet your Personal Tutor during Welcome Week - find out when here.
If you need help or advice from now till you complete your studies here, staff can provide professional, impartial and confidential advice. It includes a wide range of general areas as well as specific enquiries on more individual issues money matters, counselling, student health, disability matters, private-sector accommodation, careers, part-time employment, and information on the University’s Chaplaincy Team .
For more information go to www.bangor.ac.uk/studentservices
The University has a welfare support team of Senior Wardens and Residential Mentors within the Halls of Residence. You can seek advice and support from any member of the team about any concern you might have.
Contact the team through the Halls Office during office hours, or for outside office hours you should make contact through University Security on 01248 382795 or extension 2795.
For more information go to www.bangor.ac.uk/accommodation/halls/mentors.
The Study Skills Centre offers individual appointments with our Study Advisers and Peer Writing Mentors, a maths and stats advisory service, study skills workshops, and online study guides.
For more information go to www.bangor.ac.uk/studyskills
The Student Voice Team in the Students’ Union exists to ensure that the views and interests of all Bangor University students are represented and heard. This is achieved in many ways - from the Course Rep System to individual support and representation. For more information go to: www.undebbangor.com
The International Student Support Office provides advice and guidance to all international students and their families about any aspect of living and studying in Bangor. Support is available to you from acceptance to graduation. For more information go to www.bangor.ac.uk/international/support.
ELCOS offers undergraduate modules, which can be taken by any student whose first language is not English and registered on an undergraduate degree course at Bangor University.
For more information go to elcos.bangor.ac.uk
The Chaplaincy Team is affiliated to and works with Student Services to offer multi-faith based pastoral care and support to both students and staff of the University.
Belonging to different faith traditions, the team meets regularly to ensure a coordinated approach to faith matters whilst respecting the different beliefs and traditions we hold.
For more information go to www.bangor.ac.uk/studentservices/faith/index
The Employability Service can help you with finding employment both while you are here and after you have graduated. They provide guidance and information; career management and skills development workshops; employer talks and information seminars; internships and work experience opportunities; an employer bureau (firstname.lastname@example.org); enterprise skills activities and support.
For more information visit www.bangor.ac.uk/careers
Here you'll find important information such as how to register with a GP, emergency medical care, dental services, and general health information.