Is Durham University hard to get into?

Is Durham University hard to get into?

Durham is a competitive university, because our entry criteria are extremely high, but you might be surprised by how many offers we give out. The table below shows the number of Home/EU applicants to each programme last year and the percentage who received an offer.

Why is Durham Good?

Durham University boasts an incredible 90% student satisfaction rating. In fact, rates of student involvement in sports and extracurriculars at Durham is also one of the highest in the UK, with their 200+ sports teams consistently leading the university league rankings.

Why is Durham the best?

The QS World University Rankings by Subject 2021 put Durham in the world top 10 for Archaeology (fourth) as well as Theology and Religion (fifth). Anthropology, Classics and Ancient History, English Studies, Geography, History, and Law also feature in the world top 50.

Why is Durham acceptance rate so high?

Academically, the university is divided into the Faculties of Arts/Humanities, Science and Social Sciences/Health. As you can see, Durham University has many international students. This is one of the causes of the high acceptance rate at Durham. They accept many international students.

How respected is Durham University?

Nationally, the institution moved up from 7th to 6th in the UK’s Complete University Guide. Professor Antony Long, interim vice-chancellor of Durham University, said: “The most respected international rankings consistently show that Durham is a world-leading and world-changing university.

How do I contact Durham University about a module or degree programme?

If you have a query about a specific module or degree programme, please contact the appropriate department. For programmes in the Business School please see the Learning & Teaching Contact List. If you have a question about Durham’s modular degree programmes, please visit our FAQ webpage.

Where can I See Durham’s history?

Delve into Durham’s amazing history and see the past come to life at award-winning attractions and amazing events which shine a light on the past across our county. In the Vale of Durham, Journey back in time at the world famous Beamish Museum, one of the largest open-air museum in the UK.

How do I access information on individual modules?

To access information on individual modules, you can either use the Module Search facility below, or you can click on the module code (e.g. COMP40615) in the framework for your degree programme.

How are the modules assessed?

Most modules are assessed by coursework essays and by a two-hour examination in May/June, in which you write answers to two essay-style questions. The modules on offer change each year, as they reflect the research interests of staff; we cannot guarantee in advance that a particular module will be running in any particular year.