Bangor University, UK

Bangor University

Founded in 1884, dedicated to academic excellence for more than 130 years, Bangor University is one of the oldest and most prestigious degree awarding institutions in the UK.

Awarded GOLD rating for Teaching Excellence - TEF 2017


Top 20 UK University for Teaching Quality -  The Times and Sunday Times League Table 2019

Ranked 147th in the world for International Outlook - THE World University Ranking 2019

Top 50 UK University - QS World University Ranking 2019

93% of Bangor graduates progressed to employment or further study within six months of graduation - DLHE Survery 2016/17

A member of the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU)

Bangor Business School

Bangor Business School at Bangor University is a leading teaching and research focused business school offering a full range of disciplines from undergraduate to doctoral level. We have been described as 'The School that means Business' and as a 'Centre of Specialised Excellence'.

Students worldwide are attracted to Bangor Business School by our reputation for high quality and expertise, particularly in the area of Banking and Financial Services, in which Bangor is a leading European centre and home to one of the largest PhD schools of any business school in the UK. Staff research papers and articles are published regularly in leading journals and their books published to a worldwide audience. In recent years, staff have conducted high level consultancy work including major policy studies for many leading organisations like the European Commission, The World Bank and the UK Treasury.

All this has contributed to the School being ranked as one of the top 50 in the world for research in the field of banking (RePEc 2019).

The RePEc survey considers research and publications by banks, economists and other monetary organisations, as well as universities such as Bangor. In this latest ranking table, the biliographical data, citations and popularity data of 1,410 institutions were analysed.

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