In 2015, Oxford International and Bangor University established Bangor University International College (BUIC). Run by Oxford International, BUIC is an Embedded College on the Bangor University campus where international students learn the English language, study skills, and academic knowledge they need before continuing their studies at Bangor University.
Students studying at Bangor are part of a university that offers academic excellence and prides itself on providing a great overall student experience. The university has many well-respected courses and is particularly well known for sociology and computing.
Bangor provides over 400 different university courses for under and postgraduate students, There are also options in learning courses in English or Welsh. It’s prestige includes it’s teaching standards being the only university in Wales which achieved the feat in 2017. Furthermore, it is one of the top non-specialist universities that rival the likes of Oxford and Cambridge. This stems from it’s one hundred and thirty year philosophy of providing excellent student care.
Students who have previously registered with Global Study UK have chosen a plethora of courses at all levels of study including:
Bangor is located within the North West of Wales and is a place to be encapsulated within it’s breathtaking scenery. Being regarded as one of the most beautiful places in the world, its history originates as far back towards the 6th Century with the Deiniol Monastery still standing tall. Other featured attractions include the mountains of Snowdonia along with the fierce seas of Northern Wales. What’s more is there are more students within Bangor than the city’s population, giving more reason to why it’s a fantastic place to achieve your aspirations.
The International Student Support Office is here to help you get the best out of Bangor. They can provide advice and guidance on a range of welfare-related matters to all international students and their families. Support is available to you from acceptance to graduation.