Durham University is England's third oldest university. A leading British research institution, its lecture halls and colleges are located in the historical district of Durham City, a world heritage site that also includes a Romanesque Cathedral and Norman Castle. The university has state of the art facilities located in and around the city. There is also a newly built Wolfson Research Institute on the waterfront of Queen's Campus at Stockton-on-Tees where the Centre for the History of Medicine and Disease has its offices. The Department of Philosophy, the main site where students take most of their modules, is located in an attractive eighteenth-century building in the centre of Durham, close to lecture rooms, the university library and computer labs.