I joined the hockey club and not only did I get to play a sport I love, I also met a lot of people. There are 120 men and women in the two teams combined, so when I walked around Bangor and constantly saw people I knew, it felt like I belonged there.
Getting involved in campus life is the best way to meet other students and have an experience that goes beyond the classroom. All students on the Central College Abroad Bangor program are required to participate in a university club, society, musical ensemble or volunteer program*.
In recent semesters, students have participated in activities from football (soccer) league to the Bangor University Symphony Orchestra to Judo club. University clubs and societies include:
|American Football||Rugby League|
|Women’s Gaelic Football||Weightlifting|
|Afro-Caribbean Society||Herpetology Society||Horticultural Society|
|Amnesty Student Society||Historical Issues||Normal Site Society|
|English Drama Society|
|Forestry Society||Malaysian Society||Table Football Society|
|Gaming League||Medieval Society||Unity Bangor (LGBT)|
|Geographical Society||Methodist Society||Vietnamese Society|
|Guides & Scouts||Musical Theatre||War gaming & Role-Playing|
* A Tier 4 student visa is required for volunteering.