Bangor University International College

Bangor University International College (BUIC) is a specialist Embedded College offering Incorporated Programmes, where international students can begin their studies at Bangor University. BUIC delivers the first stages of the International Incorporated Bachelors Degree, International Year One, and the International Incorporated Masters.

Whilst Oxford International holds responsibility for the academic provision, all quality assurance and maintenance of quality standards for all teaching at the Bangor University International College remains strictly with Bangor University.

Your time at Bangor University International College is part of your degree. Following successful completion of Stage 1 BUIC, you will continue your studies directly with Bangor University. This means by attending the college, students can complete their degree in four years at undergraduate level, or two years at postgraduate level.

Why study at BUIC?

  • Small classes
  • Experienced teaching staff
  • College at the heart of the Bangor campus
  • Close to accommodation blocks
  • Be a university student from the day you start
  • Successfully complete your first year at BUIC and continue your studies directly with Bangor University.
  • English training with additional pre-sessional options

Source: Bangor University


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