Durham was one of Britain’s great medieval cities and remains centred on its majestic cathedral and 11th century castle. In fact the castle, which is now a part of the university, is the oldest inhabited university building in the world. Durham University was founded in 1832, since which time it has established a reputation as a world-leading institution. Ranked by QS (2013) in the top 100 universities in the world, Durham has 16,000 students (including 5,000 postgraduates) and is particularly renowned for its provision of physics, chemistry and the humanities.
International student fees / per annum:
Undergraduate: From £14,000 – £17,900
Postgraduate: From £13,300 – £19,500