Bangor University is offering a range of postgraduate programmes in engineering, science, maths and social sciences.
The UK has a growing science and technology sector, which is expected to grow to almost two million students by 2021.
It is the largest industry in the UK, employing nearly two million people, and has a high profile in the media.BANGOR UNIVERSITY (UK), which is in Bangor, has over 100 programmes available, including engineering, technology and computer science, and engineering and science for a range in different fields.
The university has offered postgraduate degrees in computer science and computer engineering in the past, but this is the first time it has introduced a comprehensive range of programmes for both subjects.
The first programme will offer the students with a degree in computer programming, software development, engineering, computer science or related fields.
It will then teach them in a team-based environment, and in two years they will be able to apply for an advanced degree.
The students will then work in various businesses and in other industry sectors, including mining, construction, agriculture, construction and services.
It is also hoped that this programme will allow the students to get a job in a more professional environment.BANNY POST (UK/US), a joint venture of BANGOR and BUNDLE, will offer courses in the sciences.
Students will have access to a wide range of courses in physics, mathematics, engineering or business and will be provided with support to ensure they are successful in their studies.
This will help the students prepare for a future career.
BANNY Post will also provide a training programme for future postgraduate students in the same subject area.
In the past they have offered a range at BUNDPLE.
Students can apply to have their degrees taught by one of the university’s professors, who can work in their areas of expertise.
The programme will also have a variety of opportunities to network with students from around the world.
The courses are offered in the following areas: science, engineering; social sciences; social and behavioural sciences; and technology.
In addition to the programme, students will also be able take part in a host of other activities including internships, research and development, mentoring and workshops.
The aim of the programme is to help students achieve a career in the industry, with a focus on research and engineering.
Students from Bangor will have the opportunity to study and work in the areas of social science, business and industry.
The undergraduate programmes are offered at Bangor in partnership with the University of Cambridge, who is also offering a postgraduate degree in business.