• Bangor University

    Established: 1884

Bangor University

Introduction

Stunning setting in a pretty, well connected seaside town. Only 30 minutes from the fast ferry to Ireland in one direction and on the main expressway to Manchester airport in the other in less than an hour. For a relatively small institution, Bangor has a very impressive portfolio of courses. They specialise in areas like ocean sciences and forestry (for which they are ideally located) but also have a wide range of business programmes with emphasis on banking.

Living costs are low in this part of the UK and everything you need is within walking distance in the compact town centre. An excellent academic reputation dating back to 1884, great facilities and low living costs make Bangor an great location for study for anyone seeking respite from the hustle and bustle of a big city back home.

Popular Courses:

Computer Sciences & IT, Economics, Agriculture & Forestry, Psychology, Art & Design, Chemistry, Earth & Marine Sciences and Electrical Engineering

Full list of available course areas:

  • Accounting/Finance
  • Art and Design
  • Business/Management
  • Computing/IT
  • Economics
  • Education
  • Electronic/Electrical Engineering
  • English/ English Literature
  • Environmental Sciences
  • Film
  • Hospitality/Tourism/Events Management
  • Health
  • Journalism/Media/Communications
  • Linguistics/ Languages
  • Law
  • Marketing/PR
  • Mathematics
  • MBA
  • Music
  • Nursing
  • Psychology
  • Social Sciences
  • Sociology/ Social Work
  • Sport Sciences
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  • City Introduction:

  • Times Ranking: 56
  • Guardian Ranking: 57
  • Independent Ranking: 64
  • Average PGT fee: £10800
  • Annual living costs: £6500
  • Entry Requirements
  • National Universities: -
  • Private Universities:-
  • Usual GPA requirement:-
  • Student Numbers
  • UG: 8460
  • PGR: -
  • PGT: 2055

  • International: 1600
  • Philippines: 1
  • Scholarship Available: Yes
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