Why do a Postgraduate Programme in the School of Applied Social Sciences?
Durham is home to 3,500 postgraduates from over 130 counties, creating a rich and diverse academic community. As the third oldest university in the UK, Durham is also one of the most stunning cities with its castle and cathedral. There is a high level of support for postgraduates through the colleges and departments both academically and socially. The teaching is directly informed by the world-class research undertaken throughout the University, taught by academics at the forefront of their field nationally and internationally.
SASS MA student wins Big Society Award 2013
Maria Catterick, a Durham University student currently completing a MA in Managing Community Practice, has been recognised for her dedicated and selfless support to young people, and for the individual attention and love that she shows to each child in her care.