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  1. 25. Jan. 2023 · Bangor University's UCAS code: B06. Apply online via UCAS. When to apply. We advise you to apply as early as you can as we will start considering applications and making offers straight away. For 2023 entry, the initial UCAS deadline is Wednesday, 25 January 2023, however we welcome applications after this date. Those received between 26 January and 30 June will continue to be forwarded to universities by UCAS and will receive consideration where places are still available.

  2. Vor 21 Stunden · According to Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB), the latest figures show more than 28 vacant full-time GP posts in the surgeries the health board manages, and the gaps are filled by ...

  3. 26. Jan. 2023 · The course in Bangor will be extended gradually to give the university a chance to develop facilities. According to Dr Eilir Hughes, a GP on the Llŷn Peninsula, it's vital to maintain standards.

  4. 19. Jan. 2023 · Bangor University scientists, who pioneered the use of wastewater testing to track SARS-CoV2 in the UK, wanted to find out whether wastewater testing could be used as a way of monitoring the general health of passengers on flights coming into the country in future. The study was funded by the UK’s Health Security Agency and is published in PLOS Global Public Health.

  5. 12. Jan. 2023 · Welcome to Bangor University. Welcome from the University; Be Bangor Ready ; Undergraduate Students; Postgraduate Students; Wrexham Campus Students; Peer Guides; Registration ; University Halls; Welcome Week Events; School Welcome & Schedules. Bangor Business School School of Arts, Culture and Language; School of Computer Science & Electronic Engineering

  6. 18. Jan. 2023 · Bangor University and The Zoological Society of London have been awarded £249,919 to run the ‘Restoring Wild Oysters to Conwy Bay’ project on the North Wales coast. The National Lottery Heritage Fund are delivering the Nature Networks Fund (round two) on behalf of the Welsh Government and in partnership with Natural Resources Wales. The two-year project aims to restore European native oyster habitat and a community of associated organisms.