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Durham University
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Founded in 1965, Durham University Business School is one of the longest established business schools in the UK. They are one of an elite group of institutions in the UK to be accredited by all three major bodies – the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the Association of MBAs (AMBA) and the European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS). With a portfolio of undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral level programmes, the School combines academic excellence and incisive research with exceptional global business connections and excellent career development opportunities. The Business School is one of four faculties at Durham University, a globally outstanding centre of teaching and research excellence, and a member of the prestigious Russell Group of the UK’s leading research universities.

The School’s research is internationally renowned, both for its academic rigour and the benefits it brings to society as a whole - in the most recent Research Excellence Framework (REF 2014) 79% of their research was assessed as ‘internationally excellent’ or ‘world-leading’. Spanning disciplines, geographies and industries, their research connects with partners around the world to push boundaries and lead business thinking.

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About the Durham University

Durham University Business School is one of the longest established business schools in the UK that has strong links with leading global organizations such as KPMG and Deloitte. It holds triple accreditation and its masters programmes consistently appear in top independent rankings for both quality and reputation.

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Durham University Business School

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Postgraduate student body breakdown
Source: HESA, 2019

Study mode
Source: HESA, 2019

This University

24% Part Time
76% Full Time

All universities (avg)

47% Part Time
53% Full Time

Student Nationality
Source: HESA, 2019

46%

UK students

54%

Non-UK students

Study level
Source: HESA, 2019

13,660 Undergraduate
4,475 Postgraduate

New students
Source: HESA, 2019

52%

School leavers

48%

Mature students

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