Our Commitment To You

We understand there is some uncertainty around what being at university will look like for the next academic year, but we are committed to trying to adapt where we can for your safety and wellbeing. This includes regular cleaning and sanitisation of all communal spaces, social distancing as well as support from our on-site team, whether virtually or face-to-face.

Check out our video to find details on the additional measures we have put in place to keep you safe.

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Student Accommodation in Bangor

Located at the foot of Snowdonia, Bangor is a thriving university city in North West Wales. People from across the globe go to Bangor to live and study which results in a unique mix of Welsh heritage and cosmopolitan culture. From the Pontio iconic theatre to Penryhn Castle, you can get your fix of history and entertainment in Bangor.

Home to the second longest pier in Wales, Garth Pier provides 1,500 feet of Grade II listed structure, and with a 5 star TripAdvisor rated cafe, the Whistle-stop, the pier is definitely a must visit when in Bangor. With Bangor University, rated Gold in Teaching Excellence, and winner of ‘best clubs and society’s’, Bangor is sure to provide a uniquely fantastic university experience.

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Top 5 things to do in Bangor

1. Snowdonia – Located just a stone’s throw away from the incredible Snowdonia National Park

2. Pontio Theatre – an iconic theatre that provides productions, music, film, circus and dance

3. Penryhn Castle (National Trust) – get your fix of historic culture

4. Garth Pier – this Grade II listed structure stands at 1,500 feet in length and is the second longest pier in Wales

5. Zip World at Penryhn Quarry – adrenaline junkies will love this 500ft zip line, panoramic views that go on for miles

Universities in Bangor

Bangor University

Address: Bangor University, Bangor, Gwynedd LL57 2DG UK

Telephone: +44 (0)1248 351 151

Students: 10,766

Complete University Guide League Table: 83rd

Campuses: Main campus, Wrexham Campus

Fact: The City of Bangor is essentially split into two parts – known as upper and lower Bangor – to get between the two you have a series of steps, hills, and other pathways.