Durham University

Durham University is a collegiate public research university in Durham, England. It was founded by an Act of Parliament in 1832 and incorporated by royal charter in 1837. It is the third-oldest university in England, behind Oxford and Cambridge. 

Durham University is a member of the Russell Group of British universities. It is also affiliated with the N8 Research Partnership and several international university groups. It is known for a strong tradition of teaching.

Durham University is known as a globally outstanding center of teaching and research excellence. It claims to have a collegiate community filled with extraordinary people. It strives to inspire the extraordinary in its students. 

According to Professor Stuart Corbridge, vice-chancellor and warden, "Here at Durham University, we are proud of the positive contribution we make to the UK, the North East, Durham City, and Stockton. This independent report reveals the true scale of that contribution, economically, culturally, socially and through our world-leading research – demonstrating that we are so much more than the sum of our parts."

The Durham University is a Public university located in Durham.
The Durham University was founded in 1832.
The current president of Durham University is Sir Thomas Allen.
According to verified online sources, the Durham University enrolls a total of 36770 students.
According to the main website, the Durham University has a total student population of 18385 undergraduate students and 18385 graduate students.


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