STUDY TABLE: World-class university

The Durham University is a world-class university in two locations — in the city of Durham and at Queen’s Campus in Stockton. The University was founded in 1832. Its academic teaching and research programmes are delivered through departments contained within three faculties — Arts and Humanities, Science, and Social Sciences and Health.

Study opportunities

The university offers undergraduate level in arts, health, humanities, science, and social science. Programmes are delivered through a modular structure giving students flexibility and choice. For those with non-traditional qualifications who may need further preparation to enter an undergraduate programme, it offers a foundation programme, which provides a route onto selected degree courses.

The university offers postgraduate degrees leading to masters or doctoral level degrees. All postgraduates can benefit from support and advice offered by our Graduate School.

Student finance

Within the Undergraduate Admissions Office, there is a dedicated Student Financial Support team, which is responsible for the provision of advice and assistance to all students. The Advice Centre in the Students’ Union provides a wide range of information on all aspects of student finance.

Whether you are an undergraduate or postgraduate, you will find advice on many aspects of student finance, including tuition and accommodation fees, living expenses, funding opportunities and scholarships.