About the University
Founded in 1884, Bangor University has an established tradition of academic excellence and a concentration on the wellbeing and experiences of students. Bangor is also a recognised research institution which is ranked by the Research Excellence Framework with more than three-quarters of it's work being either world-leaning or outstanding globally. This forms part of a distinctive learning experience with over 400 programmes on offer to students. Based in the heart of North Wales, Bangor is within easy reach of beautiful beaches, surfing sports and the rural landscape of Snowdonia National Park.
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The nearest airports are Manchester Airport and Liverpool John Lennon Airport.
Bangor University's location between mountains and the sea offers plenty of opportunities for students to experience the great outdoors. Moreover, the university has over 200 free clubs and societies and a excellent nightlife.
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