Durham University is the third-oldest university in England, after Oxford and Cambridge. It is a proud member of the Russell Group and ranks 86th in the world (QS World University Rankings 2021). It is also the fourth ranked university in the Guardian University Guide 2021 and seventh as per The Complete University Guide 2020.
The university is home to over 18,700 students
and hosts international students from over 130 countries. It offers students a
range of study options to choose from across its four faculties of Science;
Business; Arts and Humanities; and Social Science and Health.
Durham is a friendly city with UNESCO Heritage sites and beautiful landscapes dominating the entire city. There are plenty of high-street shops, theatres, festivals, and nature trails to explore; the city is a popular destination. It is also well connected to other major cities, including Newcastle, which is just 12 minutes away by train.
College communities are at the heart of the distinctive Durham student experience, each offering a diverse, multidisciplinary community of academics, students and staff from different backgrounds and cultures. With this, and the excellent support systems in place at the university, students can expect a warm welcome.
Durham University is currently ranked 78th in the 2020 QS World University Rankings, which places it firmly among the top 100 universities in the world. The institution prides itself on creating a welcoming and diverse social environment for both staff and students. Currently 30% per cent of students studying at Durham are not from the UK.
- Durham is a proud member of the Russell Group
- Ranks 78th in the world (QS World University Rankings 2020)
- 5th ranked university in the Guardian University Guide 2020
- 6th ranked university in The Complete University Guide 2020
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