About Durham University

Durham University is a public university founded in 1832 divided between academic departments, which are responsible for research and provide education to students, and 16 universities, which are responsible for internal affairs and welfare. It was one of the first universities recognized in England after Oxford and Cambridge and has an approximate student community of 18, 600. The university is organized into three faculties.

Why Durham University

- The university is a member of the Russell Group, an association of the 24 best universities in the United Kingdom.

- Sport is an activity considered very important and constantly promoted by the university, so most students regularly participate in one or more sports.

- Durham University consistently ranks in the top 10 of the rankings of the best universities in the United Kingdom. In 2018 the Complete University Guide placed it in the 6th place, The Guardian University Guide 2018 placed it in fourth place and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018 placed it in fifth place.

- In 2017, Durham University obtained the highest employment rate of graduates compared to the other universities in the United Kingdom.

Locations and Addresses:

Durham: Old Elvet Durham DH1 3HP, Reino Unido
Founded in: 1832
Establishment: University.
Institution type: Public University .
Total number of students: Undergraduate 13,665 (2017). Postgraduate 4,720 (2017).
Type of accommodation: Off campus and on campus
Contact WhatsApp: +44) (0) 191 334 6328