Durham University

Durham University can be found in Durham of North East England, UK. Its official acronym is DU. It is a public research university and has over 16,000 students enrolled. The degree programs offered include social science and health, arts and humanities, and science, including Durham Law School and the School of Medicine, Pharmacy and Health.

Durham University was established in 1832. Since it is a collegiate type of school, the academic departments in the university divide their work among 16 colleges. Departments do research and give lectures to students. The colleges care for the welfare and domestic arrangements of their undergraduate students.

Based on the QS World University Ranking of 2023, Durham University is positioned as the #92 top university in the world. The rank decreased by 10 points from last year.

University Profile

Ranking #92
University Name Durham University
Acronym DU
Year Established 1832
Motto Shaped by the past creatng the future
Colors Palatinate purple


Address University Office, Old Elvet, Durham, North East England, United Kingdom
Phone +44 (191) 334 2000
Fax +44 (191) 334 6250
Website Durham University Website
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International Students Allowed Yes
Student Body Men and Women

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