United Kingdom
Bangor University
Bangor University, formerly known as the University College of North Wales, is a public university founded in 1884. International students at Bangor University can pick from 250 undergraduate programmes and 150 postgraduate programmes in over 40 topic areas. The university's 14 academic schools provide outstanding research opportunities.

Cost of attendance

The average annual cost of attendance for Undergraduate Programs is 1,318,894 INR / Year, and the cost of attendance for Post Graduate Programs is roughly 1,598,610 INR / Year for overseas students. The amount may vary depending on the course chosen, the type of lodging, and the candidate's personal spending habits.


All first-year international students are provided university housing. While most candidates are offered a place in one of the university's two student villages, friddoedd and St Mary's, the university also maintains a postgraduate hall on College Road named Neuadd Garth. Accommodation expenses vary, but are typically between £70-£105 per week (excluding utility bills) in the private sector and between £100-£162 per week in university housing (including utility bills).

Acceptance rate

The total number of students enrolled at the university are 9277. Nearly 2,000 international students from 126 countries choose to study at Bangor University. The acceptance rate is 41.0 %


The institute is located between the Snowdonia mountains and the Menai Strait, and it is a tiny city, making it easy to settle there. One of the reasons why students prefer the institute is because of its location, scenery, and surrounding area. The city centre has a diverse selection of supermarkets, food stores, high street companies, cafes, pubs, and restaurants. Bangor is ideally situated for sports aficionados. It has the Pontio Center, which serves as a social hub and is home to the Students' Union, as well as a cinema, theatre, lecture theatres, exhibition spaces, and other amenities. The travel guide Lonely Planet has ranked North Wales the fourth best region in the world to visit. As a result, the university campus is a popular choice.


Officially recognized/chartered by the Privy Council, Bangor University is a large coeducational UK higher education institution.

Jobs and Placement

International students can seek assistance from the Skills and Employability Service, which provides advise and counselling on CVs and applications, interview tactics, and advertises various jobs and work experience possibilities. MBA is the highest paying degree at Bangor University, with alumni earning an average salary of 103,000 GBP per year. The next best earning degree is Financial Services, with an annual salary of 80,000 GBP. RBS is the university's top Recruiting Company (Royal Bank of Scotland).

QS Ranking

Ranked 601-650 for International Outlook- QS World Ranking 2022

The Ranking

Ranked 401-500 for International Outlook- Times Higher Education World Ranking 2022

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