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Bangor University Postgraduate Courses

Want something different? Well you have come to the right place. Bangor University is a historic University located between the mountains of the Snowdonia National Park, the wonderful Irish Sea coastline, and the awe-inspiring Isle of Anglesey. What makes Bangor special is its location: a location set in stunning beauty where you can receive a world leading education.

We have over 700 courses from Undergraduate to Postgraduate levels. Our small size means you will get an education where you feel valued, all while getting the support that you not only need but deserve. It is this support that Bangor students love as it allows them to reach their real potential! But what else are we great at? Our research is world leading and we are in the UK Top 40 for research, according to the Research Excellence Framework 2014. Our Students love us too. The National Student Survey (NSS) results place Bangor amongst the UK’s top 10 universities for student satisfaction.

We guarantee you a room in our award winning accommodation. In 2019, Bangor University's accommodation was ranked 3rd in the What Uni Student Choice Awards. As an added bonus, we are the cheapest University town to live in, according to Totally Money in their 2019 rankings! And if that was not enough, we offer free membership of all clubs and societies too! So, a stunning location, TEF Gold teaching, world leading research, affordable living, and free clubs and societies: what’s not to love?

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We have created a Virtual Postgraduate Open Day that contains useful information about studying a postgraduate degree at Bangor University.

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Apply now to our postgraduate courses - Masters, PGCE, Phd, MRes, MPhil and more. January start courses too so why wait for September!


Find out more about our tuition fees and payment methods for the 2020/21.


Established in 1884, Bangor University combines traditional academic excellence with cutting-edge research and equipment, and ranks in the top 40 in the UK for research.