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Your Pathway to A Top Ranking University
Durham University International Study Centre
A world top
QS World University Rankings 2021
in the UK
The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020
of subjects ranked in the UK top 10
Complete University Guide 2021
We’re looking forward to welcoming you
We will be open for you to join us for your studies and are looking forward to welcoming you to the International Study Centre. Start your pathway programme with us now and we’ll get you on the right course and on the path to a successful career.
Before you begin your pathway programme, you can join our exclusive preparation course, delivered virtually and at no extra cost. In order to create the safest possible learning environment, you’ll benefit from a mixture of face-to-face learning and additional online learning. Get ready to apply for your visa today and we’ll be here to issue your CAS.
Our pathway programmes prepare you for an undergraduate or postgraduate degree at Durham University. Choose from the International Foundation Year, Pre-Masters and English Language Preparation programmes.
International Study Centre
Study alongside students from all over the world at Queen's Campus in Stockton-on-Tees. The International Study Centre provides a safe and nurturing place to prepare for your degree at Durham City.
Work after graduation
Use the skills you've developed on your university degree with the opportunity to work in the UK after graduating. The new Graduate Immigration Route is a post-study work visa allowing you to practice your skills for up to two years.
I needed a year to actually adjust. I didn’t want to throw myself right into the course in the first instance. I felt, because it was a different country, I would need time to figure myself out before I finally started my degree.
Sumeya from Kenya
Studying International Foundation Year in Humanities, Law and Social Science
Aiming to progress to LLB (Hons) Law
11 August 2020
Mustafa from Pakistan is continuing to blog his experiences with online learning during the coronavirus situation. After some time to practice, read his best advice for how to study at home.
21 July 2020
Studying international relations at university, you will gain skills in communication and debate, as well as vital transferrable knowledge of different cultures and disciplines, including business, humanities, economics and politics.
13 July 2020
Find out about the importance of economics and how it influences societies, governments and businesses around the world. If you are thinking of studying economics at university, read our blog to understand more about this engaging social science.