How long does it take to hear back from Durham University?
At Durham we consider all applications in line with our Postgraduate Admissions Policy. We aim to make decisions within 6-8 weeks of receiving your application, sometimes sooner, though decisions may take longer during very busy periods.
Is it hard to get an offer from Durham?
Durham and Bath offer places to over 70% of those who apply, while Exeter offers places to 87.5% of applicants. Taking all universities into consideration, the average offer rate is 72.82%.
Is Durham a respected uni?
Durham is one of the world’s leading universities, as shown by our world top 100 position in the QS World University Rankings 2022, where we are ranked 82nd. 19 Durham subjects are ranked in the world top 100 in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2022, including 12 in the world top 50.
How many Durham students get a first?
Full table showing % of classified degrees awarded by university
|Institution||% of firsts||% of firsts and 2:1s|
|Imperial College London||44.7||91.5|
|Conservatoire for Dance and Drama||38.3||91.5|
|University College London||39.5||91|
How long do Durham College offers take?
Within 15-20 business days of submitting your application, you will receive login information to your self-serve application portal. This portal can be accessed at www.durhamcollege.ca/mycampus. On this portal, you can: View the status of your application to DC.
Do Durham give lower offers?
A contextual offer will be lower than our standard entry requirements, and you can find out what this offer is for the course you are interested in from UCAS course search or our courses database.
What does Waitlisted mean Durham College?
Programs that have more individuals apply than seats available by the Equal Consideration Deadline (ECD) will be deemed highly competitive and ranked in order. The most qualified applicants will be offered seats or placed on a waiting list.
What is Durham College known for?
Durham has more than 140 full-time post-secondary programs in culinary management, farming and horticulture, business, IT, science, construction and trades, renewable energy, technology, health care, engineering, emergency services, justice, media, art and design.
Is a 21 degree good UK?
A 2.1 also puts you in a good position for employment, graduate programmes and post graduate study. For some institutions and for some employers, this is the minimum grade acceptable. Like a first class honours, the number of students achieving a 2.1 has increased significantly in the past few years.