Bangor Employability Award - Gwobr Cyflogadwyedd Bangor

About Bangor Employability Award - Gwobr Cyflogadwyedd Bangor

Bangor University, North Wales, UK

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Mae'r GCB yn cydnabod profiadau eang myfyrwyr Prifysgol Bangor...

*Gwaith rhan amser a lleoliadau gwaith
*Gwirfoddoli a mentora
*Arweinwyr cyfoed a Cynrychiolwyr Cwrs
*Cymdeithasau a Clybiau Chwaraeon
*Menter ac Arloesi
*Gweithgareddau cyd-gwricwlwm
*Ieithoedd ychwanegol a datblygu sgiliau

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The BEA recognises Bangor University students’ wider experiences…

* part-time work, placements & internships
* volunteering & mentoring
* peer guiding & course reps
* societies & sports clubs
* enterprise & innovation
* co-curricular activities
* second languages & skills development

…and provides a core programme to enhance their personal development and career management

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Mae Cynllun Gwobr Cyflogadwyedd Bangor (GCB) wedi’i gynllunio er mwyn gwella rhagolygon gyrfa myfyrwyr Prifysgol Bangor yn y tymhorau byr a hirach. Mae’r cynllun yn gweithio ar y cyd ag ysgolion academaidd y Brifysgol ac Undeb Myfyrwyr Bangor, ac hefyd gyda sefydliadau yn y sectorau preifat, cyhoeddus a gwirfoddol. Mae’n cynnig rhaglen rheoli gyrfa a datblygu sgiliau, tra’n achredu gweithgareddau allgyrsiol na fyddent, o bosib, yn cael eu cydnabod yn ffurfiol o fewn y cwricwlwm academaidd.

Mae’r BEA yn ei hanfod yn darparu strwythur i alluogi myfyrwyr i adeiladu sgiliau a galluoedd trosglwyddadwy drwy gydnabod y gweithgareddau y maent ynghlwm â nhw yn y Brifysgol.

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The Bangor Employability Award (BEA) scheme is designed to enhance the immediate and longer-term career prospects of Bangor University students. The scheme works with Bangor’s academic schools and Students’ Union, and also alongside private, public and voluntary sector organisations. It offers a career management and skills development programme, whilst accrediting extracurricular activities that may not be formally recognised within the academic curriculum.

The BEA essentially provides a structure to enable students to build and enhance valuable transferable skills and abilities through recognition of activities they become involved with at university.

Address & Contact

    Ysgol Busnes Bangor / Bangor Business School
  • Name:
    Bangor Employability Award - Gwobr Cyflogadwyedd Bangor
  • Street:
    Neuadd Rathbone, College Road, Bangor, Gwynedd
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