Durham University is committed to recruiting the most able and talented postgraduate students from across the world. It seeks to achieve this by identifying merit and potential and ensuring that its admissions process is open, fair and transparent for all, regardless of background. Here you will find further guidance on postgraduate study at Durham University and how to apply.

For more information about our Postgraduate Taught courses and entry requirements, click here.

Durham University welcomes applications from students all over the world and country-specific entry requirements are listed on our website.

Your tuition fee will differ depending on the programme you study and whether you are a home or overseas fee-paying student, and whether you are studying full-time or part-time.

As a publicly funded university, Durham University charges variable tuition fees in accordance with the regulations for Higher Education Institutions in England as set out by the UK government. The University has a legal obligation to ensure that any student eligible for home fees is charged at the correct rate. All fee status assessments for applicants to, and students within, the University are assessed by the Student Recruitment and Admissions Office- using the regulations, associated case law and guidance from the UK Council for International Student Affairs.

Download the Postgraduate Prospectus here.

If you are thinking about applying to Durham University, a great way to explore the wealth of opportunities on offer is to come and visit us.

Our portal also has a handy frequently asked questions page where you can search for the answer to your question.