In an ever-changing world, people are always in need of Law practitioners to ensure people are safe a treated fairly. Studying Law will allow you to understand how legal systems around the world work. This course will enable you to explore different areas of Law such as International Law, Criminal, Civil, Public, and Private Law.
You will use strong analytical thinking and your thirst for knowledge alongside excellent communication and negotiation skills to navigate your studies, enabling you to explore various careers.
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Our Film Studies degree combines critical and creative work and practice, depending on students interests and career plans. At Bangor, we are committed to teaching in small groups and to the majority of our modules being delivered through weekly workshops and seminars.
The BA (Hons) Health and Social Care will provide students with an in-depth understanding of the health and social care policies, theory and practice and students will gain the skills needed to be able to work effectively in a multidisciplinary environment.
This innovative and unique degree allows students to pursue an interest in a variety of related subject areas such as Professional Writing, Film Studies, Theatre and Performance Studies, Journalism, Media, and New Media Studies
Our diverse partners offer students a quality academic experience with a unique and often award-winning student experience.
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Times Higher Education’s 2020 Impact Ranking
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QS World University rankings 2022
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Our courses can lead to many career-enriching degree courses
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Progression is based on the number of students who completed their course and continued onto their degree