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International

International Consortia

Durham - A World University 

International collaboration is key to Durham's excellence in teaching and research. We have affiliations with many institutions and organisations worldwide, and are currently a member of the following international consortia and organisations:

CARA

Council for At-Risk Academics (CARA)

CARA is a British charitable organization dedicated to providing refuge and support academics who, for reasons of persecution and conflict, are unable to continue their research in their countries of origin. Academics are given support to relocate to the United Kingdom and rebuild their careers.

Durham University is a member of the CARA Scholars at Risk UK Universities Network.


British Universities Iraq Consortium (BUIC)

BUIC represents a group of British Universities working together with the British Council and other agencies to support the infrastructure building of Higher Education in Iraq. We believe that the most effective way of helping our colleagues in Iraq is to adopt a co-ordinated approach, sharing information, needs and solutions to problems identified. 


Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU)

The ACU, represents over 520 universities from commonwealth countries and is the the oldest and one of the largest inter-university networks in the world. The ACU fosters collaboration between developed and developing country universities combining the expertise and reputation of nearly a century’s experience with new and innovative programmes designed to meet the needs of universities in the 21st century.  


European University Association (EUA)

The European University Association (EUA), a forum for cooperation and exchange of information on higher education and research policies. Members of the Association are European universities involved in teaching and research, national associations of rectors and other organisations active in research and higher education. 

Durham Teach@Tübingen 2015-16

Congratulations to the Durham colleagues selected for the Teach@Tübingen programme: Elise Gayraud, Niall Hodson, Marc Jones, Nicola Ophelia Lavey and Steve Charlton.

Congratulations also to Dr Joseph Young from the University of Otago.

The call for Teach@Tübingen 2015-16 has now closed.

For more information on MNU activity at Durham University, please contact MNU coordinator, Vic Bainbridge.