When you join Durham University you will be joining a world top 100 University, and will have access to research-led education delivered by world-leading experts in outstanding study facilities.
This research-led approach to education ensures that our range of courses are right up-to-date with current developments as the research conducted by our academic staff shapes and inspires our teaching and curriculam.
Durham is a diverse university and welcomes students from over 150 countries giving you the opportunity to meet people from across the world.
We have exciting proposals for the future to ensure we continue to produce world-class research, education and student experience. In research, we are recruiting more academic staff and further developing links with business and industry.
In education, we are developing our teaching and learning offer. This includes a new state-of-the-art Teaching and Learning Centre, which will open for 2019/20.
ranked 97th in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2018 and 78th in the QS World University Rankings 2018
in the QS World University Rankings® 2018 for employer reputation
of our subjects are ranked in the UK top 10 in The Complete University Guide 2019.
Student Volunteers take part in national event
From 19 to 25 February, Durham University students will take part in Student Volunteering Week 2018, a nationwide initiative that encourages university students to volunteer within their local communities.
Students have a fantastic chance to learn new skills, improve post-graduate job prospects, and give something of value back to the local community – all as part of Student Volunteering Week 2018.
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