Established in 1884, the University of Bangor is a public university located in Bangor, Wales, UK. It was established as the ‘University College of North Wales’, which was changed to its present name in the year 1996.
Bangor comprises of five colleges and these are further divided into schools and Research institutes such as College of Arts and Humanities; College of Natural Sciences; College of Health and Behavioral Sciences; College of Business, Law, Education and Social Sciences; and College of Physical and Applied Sciences. The university provides more than 100 masters and undergraduate programs.
The university has a total student population of over 10,000 students from various parts of the world. The student to faculty ratio at the university is 16:1 and the acceptance rate is 40%. The university students are encouraged to participate in various clubs and student unions. The university’s Students’ Union offers more than 600 volunteering opportunities.
Bangor offers a scheme called the International Experience Program where students study for one extra year during their degree, choosing from a wide variety of destinations. This is recognized on their final degree title, which includes the words 'with International Experience'.
Bangor University Programs
Average Academic Score
Bachelors: £ 14,000 per year for International Students
Masters: £15,000 for International Students
Fees may vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific fees.
Undergraduate: 15 January 2018.
Graduate: Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific deadlines.
Bangor University Rankings
Student Faculty Ratio
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