Durham University is distinctive - a Collegiate University with ancient traditions and modern values. We seek to achieve the highest distinction in research and scholarship which make a real difference to societies world-wide. We are equally committed to excellence in all aspects of learning, education and the transmission of knowledge. But, Durham University is much more than that. The World Heritage Site at the heart of the City of Durham has been a leading centre of scholarship for over 1000 years. Our cosmopolitan Queen's Campus in Stockton, spanning the ceremonial Counties of Durham and North Yorkshire, is at the leading edge of Teesside's transition from an industrial to knowledge economy.
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MSc in Biomathematics
An advanced taught course is offered for students with a strong mathematics background, who wish to...
Master of Social Work
THE NEW ?MASTER OF SOCIAL WORK? Why study at Durham? The Centre for Applied Social Studies at the...
MA in Research Methods (Anthropology)
This M.A. Research Methods (Anthropology) programme is approved by ESRC as appropriate research...
MA in Sociocultural Anthropology
Durham's MA in Socio-Cultural Anthropology provides advanced subject coverage and thorough research...
MSc in Evolutionary Anthropology
The MSc in Evolutionary Anthropology is an advanced investigation of evolutionary and adaptive...
MSc in Evolutionary Medicine
This advanced course -- commencing in the academic year 2011-12 -- is designed for students with an...
MSc in Medical Anthropology
Durham?s MSc in Medical Anthropology is the only master?s degree in medical anthropology within the...
MSc in Sustainability, Culture and Development
Durham's MSc in Sustainability, Culture & Development provides advanced subject coverage and...
MA by Research
Within our highly-rated, nationally and internationally acclaimed, research-led department, some of...
MA in Archaeology
Archaeology is the study of past societies through the material remains of their way of life and...
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This is the latest available data, published by UCAS - 25th January 2018. All data is based on UCAS standard definitions.
- UK Students - 13,330
- EU Students - 1,095
- Non-EU Students - 3,965
Total Students: 18,390(Source: HESA 2016/17)