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Bangor University

Bangor University

Founded in 1884, Bangor University today is a thriving, forward-looking institution offering excellent opportunities. Around 10,000 students currently study with us and our teaching and research are grouped into nine academic Schools. 

Bangor University is a public university in Bangor, Wales. Officially known as University College of North Wales (UCNW), and later the University of Wales, Bangor in 2007 it became Bangor University, independent from the University of Wales.

https://www.bangor.ac.uk

Bangor University Courses

  1. Bangor university nursing
  2. Bangor university zoology
  3. Sports Science
  4. Accounting
  5. Engineering

Bangor University Admission Requirements

Bangor University Foundation Year

International Year Zero is the first year of 4 years. Bachelor’s degree is taught on campus at Bangor University International College and delivered by our partner Oxford International Education Group.

International Year 1 – Business, Management, and Finance

HSSC / FSc (55% or above) OR Two-year Bachelor’s degree (Pass) is required to be considered

Bachelor’s

Undergraduate/Bachelor Degree
HSSC/FSc (75% or above) OR Two-year Bachelor Degree (Pass)

A-Levels: 96 to 128 UCAS tariff points (ABB – CCC)

Master’s

Bachelor’s degree (4-year) with an overall grade of 60% / Grade B / Division II OR GPA 3.0 or 2-year bachelor’s degree and a 2-year Masters’s degree.

Bangor University IELTS Requirements

IELTS: ELTS 4.5 (4.0) for year Zero through Oxford international
IELTS 6.0 (5.5) or equivalent

English Literature / Creative Writing

Law

Philosophy and Religion  6.5 with no less than 6.0

BSc Radiography 7 (6.5)

BN Nursing / BM Midwifery 7 (7.0)

TOEFL IBT: 75 overall (L-17, R-18, S-20, W-18)
85 overall (L-20, R-20, S-20, W-22)
Another English test:
Oxford International English Language Level test

Bangor University Fees

Bangor University tuition fee for international students

Bachelor’s

  • Business Degree: £15,250 – 15,750
  • Engineering Degree: £17,250
  • Science Degree: £17,250
  • Psychology: £15,250 – 17,250
  • Bachelor of Childhood & Youth Studies & Psychology with Placement Year
  • Bachelor of Law in Psychology with Placement Year
  • Bachelor of Linguistics & Psychology with Placement Year
  • Nursing: £18,250
  • Bachelor of Business Management with Placement Year: £15,750
  • Bachelor of Adventure Sport with Placement Year: £16,250
  • Bachelor of Biomedical with Placement Year: £16,250
  • Bachelor of Computer Information Systems For Business with Placement Year: £17,250
  • Bachelor of Computer Systems Engineering with Placement Year
  • Bachelor + Master of Computer with Placement Year
  • Bachelor of Data & Artificial Intelligence with Placement Year
  • Bachelor of Data & Visualization with Placement Year
  • Bachelor of Electronic Engineering with Placement Year Bachelor + Master of Computer System Engineering with Placement Year  £17,250
  • Bachelor + Master of Control & Instrumental Engineering with Placement Year: £17,250
  • Bachelor + Master of Electronic Engineering with Placement Year
  • Bachelor + Master of Environmental with Placement Year
  • Bachelor of Environmental with Placement Year: £17,250

Master’s

Business Degree: £16,250 – 18,050
Science Degree: £16,750 – 18,050
Master of Electronic Engineering: £18,050
Master of Marine Renewable Energy: £18,050
Data Science: £16,750
MBA: £18,050
Psychology: £18,050
Master of Public Health & Health Promotion: £16,750

Bangor University Scholarships

Bangor university scholarships for international students

Vice-Chancellor Scholarship

Deadline: 19th April 2022
Scholarship Amount: £10,000 (for Year 1 only)
Number of Scholarships: 9 (one scholarship available for each academic school)

Eligibility

The Vice-Chancellor scholarship is for outstanding international applicants with:
Excellent Academic Background – students who have already achieved or are predicted to achieve an A grade or equivalent in at least 50% of their subjects/courses PLUS
Not open to students studying at Bangor University International College (BUIC)
The scholarship is only open to undergraduate students completing a full 3- or 4-year degree at Bangor University.
Bachelor’s degree with 70%+ or 3.0 CGPA

How to apply

Complete the Vice-Chancellor scholarship application form before the deadline (19 April 2022, 5 pm UK time).
Eligible applications will be forwarded to the academic school to decide, and successful candidates will be informed by 15 May 2022.
To accept the scholarship, you will be required to complete a scholarship acceptance form and pay a tuition fee deposit of £2,000 within two weeks of the scholarship offer.

Deans Scholarship

Available for All Undergraduate Courses
Scholarship Amount

UndergraduateUp to £6,000 for Year 1
PostgraduateUp to £5,000 

Eligibility: 3A levels subject passes with a minim of 2As

Bachelor’s degree with 70%+ or 3.0 CGPA

How to apply

No additional scholarship application is required. All international applicants will be considered for these scholarships when they submit their application to study at Bangor University through our application portal or UCAS.

International Scholarship

Available for All Undergraduate Courses
Scholarship Amount

Undergraduate Up to £4,000 for Year 1 
PostgraduateUp to £3,000 

Eligibility: A number of criteria will be taken into account when awarding this scholarship including Course Choice, Academic Performance, Personal Statement, Academic References, Skills and Experience, and Domicile. The scholarship will be awarded entirely at the University’s discretion. 

How to apply

No additional scholarship application is required. All international applicants will be considered for these scholarships when they submit their application to study at Bangor University through our application portal or UCAS.

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