Durham University

Durham University is one of the earliest universities founded in the UK. Along with Cambridge University and Oxford University, Durham University is one of the only three remaining collegiate universities in the UK. In Durham, students can be like Harry Potter, experiencing the important role played by the college's mentor system in the mental care and social life of students. Moreover, as a member of the Russell Group, Durham University has leading scientific research performance in the world. A variety of student art festivals, sporting events, student clubs, and vintage fairs also constitute the humanistic characteristics of this traditional British noble school.

Founding time: Founded in 1832

City of location: Durham

Majors: Durham University ranked 6th in 2021 THE UK University ranking. Among them, majors such as archaeology, anthropology, French, engineering, geography, history, Italian, theology, and religious studies are world-renowned.

City glamour: Durham University is located in northeastern England, an important node on the railway linking London and Edinburgh. The mountains around the city are verdant and the scenery is pleasant.

Famous Alumni:

Sir Nicholas Vernon Scheele 

Former chief operating officer (COO) of Ford Motor

David Sproxton

Founder of Aardman Animation Studio