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    Perched on Wales' north coast, Bangor University offers a unique and scenic university experience. Most of the campus is based mere yards from the coastline, and the breath-taking Snowdonia National Park is less than five miles away.

    Founded in 1884, Bangor University has a long tradition of academic excellence, which continues to this day. This is supported by recent major endorsements of both the quality of teaching and the research carried out there. The 2014 National Student Survey saw the University ranked top in Wales and 7th in the UK* for student satisfaction. The NSS results also ranked Bangor top in Wales for teaching and joint 3rd in the UK* for academic support.

    Bangor University’s world-leading research was recognised in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF), the national assessment of research quality. Following the REF results, Bangor University is ranked amongst the Top 40 in the UK** for research quality, with the research carried out in over half of academic Schools rated in the top 20 in the UK.

    Bangor University has also been rated amongst the UK’s top 50 universities (Sunday Times University Guide 2015), while The Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey placed Bangor within the top 20 universities in the UK for student experience.

    Both postgraduate and undergraduate courses are on offer in a huge variety of arts and humanities subjects as well as business, science and health.

    On-going investment in facilities and support services means you'll have one of the most modern experiences if you choose to attend this university. A new arts and innovation Centre, new halls of residence, and improved sports facilities are amongst recent developments.

    * excluding specialist institutions
    ** excluding specialist institutions & single-submission universities

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    64th (Complete University Guide 2014)
    74th (The Guardian’s University Guide 2014)


    Tuition fees for UK and EU students starting in 2014 are £9,000 per year. International students will pay between £11,000 and £15,400 per year depending on the subject studied.

    Established: 1884

    UCAS Code: B06


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    Information about open days at Bangor University

    Bangor University open days

    Bangor University has a number of open days planned for students. For undergraduates and postgraduates entering in 2015 the next open days take place on:

    Saturday 20 June 2015
    Saturday 4th July 2015
    Saturday 17th October 2015
    Saturday 31st October 2015

    How to find it: Address:

    Bangor University
    LL57 2DG

    Telephone 01248 351151