Durham University, founded in 1832, is the third oldest university in England. It has an excellent worldwide reputation in all areas of arts, business, humanities, natural and social sciences. The University has over 20,000 students (of whom 4,000 are postgraduate and 5,000 are international students from over 130 countries) and employs over 4,000 staff. Its academic teaching and research programmes are delivered through 26 academic departments contained within four faculties: Arts and Humanities, Business School, Science, and Social Sciences and Health, as well as 12 interdisciplinary research institutes. The University also has 17 colleges – Durham’s distinctive residential and educational communities.
Durham University Business School is an international triple-accredited, highly ranked business school offering undergraduate, postgraduate and post-experience programmes. The Business School is integral to Durham University and was established in 1965, one of the first university business schools in the UK. The School’s research is internationally renowned, both for its academic rigour and the benefits it brings to society as a whole.