Bangor University Admissions

By | 10th April 2017

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Bangor University Admissions

The Admissions Office is responsible for processing all home/EU applications for the University’s undergraduate and postgraduate courses. We are located in Neuadd Rathbone, College Road.

Tuition Fees for Home/EU (and Island) 2017/18

  • Fee Status: Fee status is assessed in accordance with the Education (Fees andAwards) Regulations 1983 (as amended). Additional guidance on Home/Overseas fee status is available from the UK Council for International Affairs (UKCISA)
  • course during the 2017/18 academic year. Fees for continuing students can be found here
  • Please note that additional bench fee/laboratory charges may be raised on certain postgraduate courses. Students will be informed of this when offered a place at the University.
  • Tuition Fees for Staff: All Bangor University employees (with the exception ofthose who are currently or will be registered as a full-time student) are eligible to be considered for a fee waiver on university courses. (Terms & Conditions)
  • Charging and refund policy. You should ensure that you are aware of thefinancial implications of suspending or terminating your studies prior to accepting your offer of a place at the University. (Terms & Conditions). Students in receipt of US Loans please see here
  • Important: Withdrawals & Suspensions Thinking of Leaving; please seehere Tuition fees will remain due up until the date that the Academic Registry receives a correctly completed university withdrawal/suspension form, Retrospective suspensions will not normally be authorised
  • The following fees are indicative of those that will be charged by the University for the academic year 2017/18 (not every course is listed). No variation on these fees will be allowed without written confirmation from the Academic Registry.

Table 1: Undergraduate Home/EU students

(including the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man) where appropriate, fees are quoted on a ‘per annum’ basis

For details of University bursaries and scholarships see: http://www.bangor.ac.uk/studentfinance

Welsh resident students: for details of grants and other financial assistance see http://www.studentfinancewales.co.uk/

English resident students: for details of grants and other financial assistance see https://www.gov.uk/student-finance-register-login

EU resident students: for details of grants and other financial assistance see https://www.gov.uk/browse/education/student-finance

Undergraduate Full-Time

First Degree (including Foundation Degrees)

Foundation Degree in Sports Science (Outdoor Recreation)

Part-Time repeating (of a f/t course): per 10 credits

International Experience Year

Compulsory Year Abroad (School of Modern Languages)

Sandwich Year

2nd Year Abroad (Transfer Credits)

Single Semester of 2nd Year Abroad (Transfer Credits )

Channel Islands and the Isle of Man

Part-Time

Students eligible for Student Finance England funding

Other Part-time students

Home/EU Fee

£9,000

£7,800

£750

No charge

No charge

No charge

£1,350

£4,500

£9,000

Per 10 credits

£750

£294

Table 2: 2017/18 : Postgraduate Research Programmes & Professional Doctorates

(DHealthCare/PhD/DMin/DClinPsy /EdD/MPhil/MRes/Masters by Research)

 

Fees are quoted on a ‘per annum’ basis

 

Full-TimeHome/EU Fee 
Research Programmes and Professional Doctorates£4,121… 
Section B : PhD full – time but in an external place of employment£2,061… 
Subject to confirmation by RCUK in April/May 2017  
Additional ‘Bench fees’ may be charged and will be detailed in your formaloffer letter 
All College of Natural Sciences MRes bench fee£1,250 

 

 Part-TimePer annum  
 All courses (except listed below)£2,061  
 MRes Humanities (one third of current fee over 3 years or half of current fee over 2£1,374  
 years ) 2017/18   
 MARes Philosophy & Religion (one third of current fee over 3 years half of current£1,374  
 fee over 2 years) 2017/18   
 MRes Philosophy & Religion (one third of current fee over 3 years half of current£1,374  
 fee over 2 years) 2017/18   
     
 Versions 6 March 2017   

 

Table 3: Taught Postgraduate Programmes

Fees are quoted on a ‘per annum’ basis

 

A £500 reduction is available for Bangor University alumni, their spouses, children and grandchildren (documentation required) for full-time one year masters courses.

 

IMPORTANT: Students should check the terms of any other scholarships or discounts as they may exclude the above offer

 

 School & Course TitleHome/EU Fee
 Bangor Business School 
   
 MSc Accounting£8,700
 MSc Accounting & Banking£8,700
 MSc Accounting & Finance£8,700
 MBA Banking & Finance£11,600
 MA/MSc Banking & Finance£8,700
 MA/MSc Banking & Finance (Chartered Banker)£9,700
 MBA Banking & Law£11,600
 MA/MSc Business with Consumer Psychology£8,700
 MA Business and Marketing£8,700
 MBA Chartered Banker (full Programme)£15,600
 Diploma£11,600
 Certificate£5,850
 Single Module£2,100
 Accelerated Programmes£12,600
 MCIBS Accelerated Programme£11,600
 Super Accelerated Route(s)£10,600
   
 MBA Environmental Management£11,600
 MA/MSc Finance£8,700
 MA Finance (10 month)£8,700
 MBA Finance£11,600
 MBA Finance (10 month)£11,600
 MSC Finance (10 month)£8,700
 MBA Information Management£11,600
 MSc International Banking£8,700
 MSc International Banking & Development£8,700
 MBA International Business£11,600
 MSC International Finance (10 month)£8,700
 MBA International Marketing£11,600
 MSc Investment Management£8,700
 MSc Investment Management (10 month)£8,700
 MA/MSc Islamic Banking and Finance£8,700
 MBA Islamic Banking and Finance£11,600
 MBA Law and Management£11,600
 MBA Management£11,600
 MA/MSc Management and Finance£8,700

 

CONTACT

Address: Admissions Office, Bangor University.
College Road, Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57 2TF, UK.
Telephone: 01248 383717 (external), 3717 (internal) Enquiries: applicantservices@bangor.ac.uk.