The University of Bangor offers Jewish studies components through courses in the School of Creative Studies and Media and the School of Philosophy and Religion. The university facilitates the study of Judaism through the lens of Jewish and non-Jewish relations throughout the ages, drawing upon a multidisciplinary approach to teaching.
The University is also home of the British Jewish Contemporary Cultures Network (BJ:CC). Founded in 2013, the purpose of the BJ:CC Network is to bring together academics working in the field of contemporary British Jewish Studies. The aim of BJ:CC is to enable the development of meaningful collaborative links between researchers at differing stages of their careers. The Centre seeks to locate the study of contemporary British Jewish culture in a more European, global and comparative setting, as well as into imperial, postcolonial and transnational narratives.
You can find out more about the BJ:CC here.