"Bangor Business School provided me with a solid academic grounding in economics and business. What I learned at Bangor I still use today in my position as Chief UK Economist at Deutsche Bank in London. What I learnt at Bangor set me up for life."

Dr. George Buckley, Chief UK Economist, Deutsche Bank, London

    Among the top 2% of global higher education institutions

    World top 100 international university – Times Higher Education Ranking 2015

    Top-10 UK University for "excellent early student experience" – THE survey 2014

Founded in 1884, Bangor University has a long tradition of excellence and exceeds expectations, both for academic standards and student experience.

International students who choose Bangor University can be sure of one thing – a top-quality UK education. Bangor scores well in all the rankings that matter and is consistently rated among the top universities in the UK.

    Outstanding Location

Located in North Wales, between the stunning Snowdonia mountains and the sea, Bangor boasts ‘the best university setting in the UK’ (The Independent’s ‘A-Z of universities’). Considered a friendly and cost-effective student city, Bangor is only an hour and a half from Liverpool and Manchester, and just over three hours from London, making it the perfect location at which to achieve a high-quality degree.

    Outstanding Value

With a low cost of living and extremely competitive tuition fees, Bangor is a high-value option for international students looking for a quality UK university education.

Bangor University in North Wales is committed to providing international students with an unrivalled academic experience. With an impressive choice of highly ranked courses, a friendly and welcoming atmosphere, and a high quality of life, Bangor offers a UK education that few universities can match.

    High levels of student satisfaction

  • Top-10 UK University for "student satisfaction" – NSS 2014
  • Bangor has one of the largest Peer Guiding schemes of any UK university providing a supportive atmosphere to students. There is always someone to turn to for advice and support whether it be helping to find your lecture room or where to go for a good night out
  • The Guardian University Guide commented: “Bangor is a small, friendly cathedral city set in a stunning location. The local community welcomes the annual influx of students and during term-time students dominate the social scene. The general consensus is that Bangor is a safe, clean and affordable place to live, and comes highly recommended."