UK University News

Bangor University offer master courses with scholarship for Indian students for Jan 2019

24 October 2018

TEF Gold awarded Bangor University is pleased to offer a range of master courses with scholarship up to £5000 for international students for Jan 2019 intake. Bangor is amongst the top 10 UK Universities for student satisfaction as per NSS survey 2018. The university is made up of 3 colleges housing 14 schools and over 50 research centres. The following renowned schools are offering the master courses for January 2019:

Bangor Business School

  • MBA in Environmental Management, Finance, Islamic Banking, International Marketing, International Business and Management
  • Masters in Business, Accounting, Banking, Finance, Law and Marketing

 Bangor Law School

  • LLM in International Commercial & Business Law, International Criminal Law & Human Rights Law, International Intellectual Property Law, Law & Banking, Law of the Sea, Maritime Law
  • Criminology & Law MA
  • Law & Management MBA

School of History, Philosophy & Social Science

Masters in Comparative Criminology & Criminal Justice, Criminology & Law, Criminology & Sociology, Social Policy and Sociology

To learn more about Bangor University scholarships, various courses and admission process, apply for a free consultation with SI-UK today.

Universities featured in this article:

  • Bangor University

I had a very great experience right from the start to finish; All the staff were really great and very helpful. I recommend SI-UK for all students who are planning to study in the UK.

Anuradha Venkatesh Msc Energy Management, University of Stirling

  • Study at University of Warwick
  • Study at University of Edinburgh
  • Study at University of Leeds
  • Study at University of Sheffield
  • Study at University of Glasgow
  • Study at University of Bristol
  • Study at University of Liverpool
  • Study at University of UCL Institute of Education
  • Study at University of Nottingham
  • Study at University of Manchester
  • Study at University of kings college
  • Study at University of London School of Economics