Bangor University helps students realise their career goals with industry partnerships and internships, career-focused learning programmes and employability awards like B-enterprising, Careerset and The Bangor Employability Awards (BEA). 

Bangor University is also a Santander Universities partner which allows students and graduates to explore career possibilities with the comfort of financial backing. 

B-enterprising is Bangor’s dedicated employability team that offers a range of workshops that explore enterprise and entrepreneurship topics like freelancing and business creation. And if you’ve got your sights set on becoming an entrepreneur, Bangor has got you covered with: 

  • Student and graduate start-up mentorship 
  • One-to-one advice 
  • Help with business ideas 
  • Creating business plans
  • Growing a business idea. 

Careerset is Bangor’s employability AI power platform, which provides detailed line-by-line feedback and advice on CVs and covering letters – access is 24/7 for all their students and graduates. 

The Bangor Employability Award (BEA) is a comprehensive and bespoke online course that you can work through at your own pace – taking you through all the steps you need to explore, prepare, and apply for your dream career. The course is available to all undergraduate, postgraduate and research students. 

As a Santander Universities partner, Bangor offers students and graduates the opportunity to apply for training and work experience funds of up to £1000 to cover the cost of complementary short professional courses and/or costs associated with gaining work experience.

“B-Enterprising has provided great support to my business. With the support, I have initialised my business idea and made it presentable online. I have been offered free office space at M-SParc and received advice from business advisors and The Enterprise Hub. The crucial funding provided through the B-Enterprising has aided my business moving forward during the pandemic.” 

Business graduate, Sherena Huang. 

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