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Bangor, University of Wales
If you're the outdoor type, Bangor could be the place for you. It's close to the sea and the mountains, so perfectly placed for healthy, fresh-air activities of all kinds. The cost of living is low and part-time work is fairly easy to come by, so it might be easier than some places on your wallet, too. The town - actually one of the UK's smallest cities - has a significant proportion of Welsh speakers.

As for the university itself, major investment is taking place to provide more student accommodation and it is expanding academically, too - funding for 50 new academic posts has been announced.
Bangor, University of Wales
Fees
For 2007-08, fees were 3,070 for all undergraduate degrees.

Bursaries
1,000 a year for students who receive a full grant, and 500 a year for students who receive a partial grant. Specific awards for certain subjects, merit scholarships and other awards available.

Accommodation
A range of accommodation, including catered and en-suite options, is available, priced from just over 50 to just under 100 a week.

Contact
Tel: 01248 382018
Email: admissions@bangor.ac.uk
Web: bangor.ac.uk
Accommodation: halls@bangor.ac.uk

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