Durham University Business School is a Faculty of Durham University. The four Departments in the School are Accounting, Economics, Finance, and Management and Marketing.
Here at Durham University Business School we believe that to succeed in business, you need to get closer to the realities of business. So that’s what we do. We connect students and alumni with global companies. And we link businesses with incisive and innovative thinking.
We nurture thoughtful, critical and engaged citizens for a rapidly changing and complex world. We provide tools for analysis, interpretation and expression, tools to discuss and compare models of human life and flourishing, tools for imagining the future.
The six departments and one School of Durham’s Faculty of Arts and Humanities produce highly-ranked and influential research within and across disciplines, languages, and cultures. Each of our departments or schools offer undergraduate and postgraduate degrees.
The Faculty is a diverse community of 4,700 undergraduates, 3,300 postgraduates and over 350 academic and research staff, who are based across 10 academic Departments and Schools, who are engaged in pioneering research and innovative learning. We are regularly ranked within the world's top 50 for the quality and significance of our research, our students enjoy an un-paralleled learning experience and our graduates are some of the most sought after by employers.
The Department of Theology and Religion at Durham was founded in 1832 and has established an international reputation.
Combined Honours and Common Awards
We also have a number of combined and flexible programmes, where students study subjects from a number of different academic departments, and a Common Awards framework for Theology, Ministry and Mission at Durham.
Durham University's Foundation Programme has been delivering high-quality academic preparation for undergraduate study at Durham University since 1992.
The Foundation Programme supports students to develop the skills and subject knowledge required for successful study at degree level. Achieving a minimum of 50% in all modules permits progression to the first year of your degree, without further action or application.