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Postgraduate Reviews of Courses at Bangor University

Biological Sciences PhD


Student Reviewer - March 2020

Bangor University is a small but friendly University and really cares about the success and well-being of the students. If you're not a city person and prefer a small-town vibe with lots of opportunities for outdoor activities, Bangor is a great place to live. read full review
Being an international student here my experience has been phenomenal. Univeristy has become a home to me with unbelievable amount of love and respect and uncountable beautiful memories. I have made lifelong friends here and it has been like a dream i am living. It has helped me grow in to a much stronger, confident and positive person. read full review
I have been at this university for the past four years, and I will carry on with my postgraduate education here if the university will let me. I could not emphasise how much I have enjoyed being here and if I was at any other univerisity I probably wouldn't have finished my undergraduate degree. read full review

Law and Management MBA


Eunice - February 2020

In Bangor University I made amazing friends which helped be the best of myself through volunteering as a peer guide, intl student ambassador hence I found a home away from home. Thank you Bangor read full review
Overall, I really love Bangor Uni. There's just so much to enjoy here and never a moment of dullness. The people here are nice and polite as well. And it's always easy to get help for whatever reason if u needed it. read full review
Poor. The students are great and so are the pubs but the uni is a disaster. No compensation for lectures missed from strikes, no money and funding for mandatory things suck as getting a poster printed or binding work. There's no cafe and the. Quality of support is non existent read full review

History MA/PgDip


Rebecca - February 2020

I only started in January but so far it's really good and is giving me skills for my career in the field- such as writing media releases, using archives, looking at sources.

There are also loads of research seminars to attend that keep you up to date with current literature read full review
I enjoy the lectures a lot, the content is up to date and relevant for my interest, although I lose focus after a few hours with only small breaks. There is way more offered for freetime activity than I could ever visit, which leaves a lot of choices. read full review

Marine Biology MSc


Cindy - February 2020

A complete disappointment and waste of my time and money. I came into this with such a positive outlook and right from the outset it was poorly put together and taught. We have raised concerns from the beginning and are not listened to and looked at as a group of complainers. read full review
It's been the biggest waste of my money. I am not learning anything but rather teaching myself when I am in a taught masters. There is no opportunity to make connections with professors. The town is absolute garbage. Prices here are NOT cheap and the cost of living is high. I feel like I could pay the same for accommodation here for a place in London. There is no care or concern for master students here. I am extremely disappointed and really am unhappy with my choice to come to Bangor. read full review