Students relaxing and socialising together in Barlows, St Mary's

Arriving to Bangor University after Welcome Week

Students can register in the Main Arts Library from the 25th September until the 13th October (last date of Registration).

ID Checks will be held in the same location between 10am and 4pm Monday to Friday.

BUIC students need to go to the College before going for Registration and ID check

Student cards will be available at registration for students who have enrolled online.

If enrolment has been completed after arrival, your student card will be available the following week.

BRP/visa cards can be collected from the immigration team at registration points once online registration and ID checks are completed. Please make sure that you have your Home Office letter confirming your Visa.

If you are collecting your BRP from the Post Office you must go there before going to Main Arts Library for Registration and ID check.


If you haven’t got accommodation booked to study at Bangor University, Halls of Residence may still have places available on campus, please visit the Halls Office on the Ffriddoedd site or for more information. Contact Email:

For those wishing to live off-campus, in private accommodation, the Student Hosing office in Rathbone Hall on College Road can help. Please refer to and the Student Hosing email

Please contact your Personal Tutor within your School upon arrival to receive important information and get ready for the academic year.

Information on support available across student services can be found here:

More detailed information about student support and wellbeing is available here:

For international students: The International Student Support office is based at Rathbone Hall on College Road and is open 10am to 4pm, Monday to Friday. Email:

It looks like you’re visiting from outside the UK, would you like to be redirected to the international page?