At Durham University, you will join a community of world-leading academics who deliver cutting-edge research and curriculum. Findings from the latest Research Excellence Framework (2021) gave 90% of research at Durham an assessment of either 'internationally excellent' or 'world-leading'.
You will learn about the very latest developments in your subject area and will be taught by inspiring teachers who are passionate about learning. Many subjects include research projects, real-life learning and exposure to new research papers.
At Queen’s Campus and Durham City you will have access to facilities that include state-of-the-art lecture theatres, IT rooms and laboratories. The University Library in Durham City has an Archives and Special Collections section that attracts scholars from all over the world.
When you complete your course and progress to your degree, you will be studying at a world top 100 university with a global reputation for teaching and research. Lecturers are world-leaders their fields, and students benefit from cutting-edge facilities.
Outside of the classroom, you can benefit from a huge range of sporting opportunities. The University was recently named Sports University of the Year by The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2023. You can access these facilities from when you join the International Study Centre, as well as at the University. With the opportunity to join college teams or compete at a university level, sports make up a huge part of student life at Durham.
Wide range of degree subjects
Once you complete your pathway programme, you can choose from a range of degree subjects at Durham University. From anthropology to psychology, the University offers degrees to suit every interest and career aspiration, with expert teaching informed by the latest research. Explore your degree subject options here.