Durham University

Key Information

Location

Durham, England

Established

1832

Motto

Fundamenta eius super montibus sanctis

Nationalities

Students

19,520

Overview

*Durham University is a Study group university. The course offered through Kampus is their foundation program. Foundation students studying at an institution will be provided with a conditional offer to study their desired course at that institution and upon meeting that condition (exam marks, language requirements) will be provided an unconditional offer.

Durham University is the third oldest university in England after Oxford and Cambridge. It is a member of the Russell Group of British Research Universities, with much of it’s research being considered world class.

Durham is one of the UK’s top universities, being ranked at 4th place in the Guardian 2021 rankings, and having 50% of subjects in the top 50 in global QS rankings.

Courses

The teaching departments of Durham are divided into 4 faculties:

Science

Arts and Humanities

Social Sciences and Health

Business School

The course offered at Durham by Kampus Group is:
Foundation course

Employment

98% of  Durham graduates are in employment or further study 6 months after graduation, the highest of any UK university.

Fees and Scholarships

Durham offers a range of scholarships for undergraduate and postgraduate students. More information can be found here.

Accommodation

Most students have the option to live in their college for the first year of their undergraduate program, with the option to to move back into college for their final year through a ballot system. Each of the 17 colleges provides a sense of community and belonging, with events and formals organized for college members. Information on undergraduate accommodation can be found here.

 

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