Ranking  122      19
Country United Kingdom
City Durham
Bachelor (foreigners)19,554 USD/year.
Master (foreigners)24,803 USD/year.
Bachelor (citizens)12,500 USD/year.
Master (citizens)7,500 USD/year.
Cost of living $662-1,239 USD/Month.
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General information
Finance type Nonprofit
Organization type Public
Established 1832
Abbreviation DUR
Teachers 1,499
Students 16,074
Foreigners 27%
Religion None
Academic calendar Trimesters
Gender limitation No limits
Colors Palatinate purple
Campus type Urban
Housing Available
Financial aid Available
Distance learning Available
Exchange programs Available
Library Available
Motto
Her foundations are upon the holy hills
Accreditation
• Privy Council
Affiliations
• Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU)
• European University Association (EUA)
• 1994 Group
• N8 Group
• Universities UK
• Matariki Network of Universities (MNU)
Rankings
World ranking122
Country ranking19
Academic Reputation121
Employer Reputation31
Quality of teaching325
International Faculty117
International Students104
Citations per Faculty54
Ranking in world by sphere
Arts and Humanities44
Engineering and Technology256
Life Sciences and Medicine366
Natural Science57
Social Sciences and Management86
Ranking in world by discipline
Physics27
International rankings
UniPage World University Ranking122
QS World University Rankings61
ARWU Academic Ranking201
Alternative title
Arabic جامعة دورهام
German Universität Durham
Spanish Universidad de Durham
French Université de Durham
Japanese ダラム大学
Korean 더럼대학교
Portuguese Universidade de Durham
Russian Даремский университет
Chinese 杜伦大学
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Durham University (DUR) - public higher education institution in United Kingdom.

Durham University - Description

Postgraduate students are a vital part of Durham’s academic community, and we pay particular attention to the distinctive contribution that taught and research students bring. We also appreciate the specific education and development needs of postgraduates, and provide tailored support through our Graduate School, our faculties and our departments. There are many different ways you can study at Durham. You can apply for a taught degree offering lecture or seminar courses in a specific area, undertake your own studies under expert academic supervision as part of a research degree, or register for a professional doctorate combining taught modules with an extended research thesis. Each route has its own unique features and benefits. Postgraduate taught degrees can enhance employability, or act as a foundation for further study at research degree level. The postgraduate taught route is ideal for students who want a structured framework for their studies. Most taught degrees are one year Masters courses delivered via a combination of lectures, seminars and tutorials. Taught degrees blend core and optional modules in specialist subject areas, with a substantial dissertation or research project.

Bachelor - Durham University

Studying at Durham gives you access to teaching by world-leading experts, in award-winning study facilities, with extensive collections of books and learning resources. Whether you wish to study in arts and humanities, the sciences, or social sciences or health, here at Durham University we have 25 departments and over 200 undergraduate degree programmes for you to choose from so you're sure to find something that's just right for you. As well as belonging to an academic department, you will also belong to one of our 15 undergraduate colleges throughout your time at Durham University. While all your teaching will take place within your academic department, colleges offer small, supportive scholarly communities, full of opportunities for you to make the most of your time here and develop skills for the future. Durham University is committed to ensuring that we provide the very best facilities to support our students throughout their studies. We have a continual programme of improvements and annually invest millions of pounds to make sure that you have access to high quality lecture theatres, seminar rooms and subject specific facilities such as science laboratories and dedicated libraries.

Description of Durham University

Durham University is a collegiate university with long traditions and modern values. We are proud to be an international scholarly community which reflects the ambitions of cultures from around the world. The University promotes individual participation, providing a rounded education in which students, staff and alumni gain the academic and the personal skills required to flourish.
Durham seeks the highest distinction in research and scholarship, and is committed to excellence in all aspects of education and transmission of knowledge. Our research capability ranks among the best in the United Kingdom. In the recent UK-wide assessment of the quality of research in universities, 33% of the university’s research was rated as world-leading and a further 50% rated internationally excellent.
Research and teaching takes place in 25 academic departments and schools across the three faculties: Arts and Humanities, Science, and Social Sciences and Health. Research shapes and inspires the disciplinary structure of our departments and directly informs our teaching of both undergraduates and postgraduates. As well adding to the richness of human knowledge, the pioneering research of our academics provides tangible benefits that enhance human wellbeing, and deepens our understanding of the universe and everything in it. Durham University is home to over 17,000 students from over 130 countries creating a truly diverse student community. Students are based either in historic Durham City, with the medieval UNESCO World Heritage Site at its heart, or at Queen’s Campus, Stockton, a purpose-built campus set on the River Tees. Both locations offer easy access to University facilities and services including bars, cafés, shops, sports facilities, libraries, and advice and welfare services. All of our students are members of one of the 16 residential colleges. These are vibrant, supportive and scholarly communities which provide students with opportunities for gaining new experiences and developing skills which will help them to achieve more in the future. Durham University’s unique blend of heritage and new thinking; of personal development and public benefit; and of an intimate scholarly community with global impact, makes Durham University a special place to work and study
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