DURHAM MARSHALL SCHOLARSHIPS
This Scholarship is for Graduate Study in any subject at either Masters or Doctoral level at the University of Durham and will be for up to two years (with a possibility of a third year for doctoral studies). If awarded a Durham Marshall Scholarship candidates would be expected to study at the University of Durham.
The following Information has been provided by the University of Durham.
- Anthropology, Archaeology, Biosciences, Business (Accounting, Economics, Finance, Management), Chemistry, Classics & Ancient History, Combined Honours, Computer Science, Earth Sciences, Education, Engineering, English Studies, Geography, Government & International Affairs, History, Institute of Medieval and Early Modern Studies, Law, Mathematical Sciences, Modern Languages, Music, Philosophy, Physics, Politics, Psychology, Sociology, Sport, Theology and Religion.
As a Marshall Scholar at Durham you will have the opportunity to work closely with academics who have developed their taught modules as a result of world-class conducted at Durham. The latest REF (Research Excellence Framework) in 2014 identified world-leading research in every Durham University subject. More than 25% of our subjects entered for REF 2014 were in the top 5 subjects nationally for grade point average (overall score).
Areas of particular strength include Anthropology, Archaeology, Chemistry, Classics, Education, English, Law, Music, Physics and Theology.
- Ranked consistently among the top 5 universities in the UK (THE) - Britain’s Number 1 Team Sports University (BUCS 2018) - Ranked 74th globally (QS 2019)
- World top 10 in three subject areas; Theology and Religion (fifth), Archaeology (sixth) and Geography (ninth) (QS 2019)
- Home to extensive cultural collections such as the Palace Green Library, encompassing archaeology, art, artefacts, specimens, archives, manuscripts and early printed books, some of which are used in teaching.
- Continually investing in facilities for postgraduate students to ensure access to high-quality lecture theatres, work spaces and dedicated libraries.
- Home to state-of-the-art facilities such as The Ogden Centre for Fundamental Physics, designed by Daniel Libeskind.
- Home to the Oriental Museum; one of the UK’s leading collections of Chinese artefacts including ceramics, silks, paintings and jades.
- A network for life; our alumni community is active and an excellence resource for your future.
- Passionate about bringing people together to conduct research across subject areas and we host 10 interdisciplinary Research Institutes and Centres.
- Home to one of the largest group of medieval and early modern specialists anywhere in the world (IMEMS).
Durham is a historic and beautiful city in the North East of England, complete with an 11th Century Castle and Cathedral. It has a compact and friendly feel but still provides all the facilities of a cosmopolitan city. You will find numerous castles, walks, cycle routes and beaches all within easy reach of Durham City. Also nearby, the Durham Dales and County of Northumberland provide opportunites to explore open spaces and beautiful countryside as well as the stunning North East Coast.
Durham is a collegiate university with our college communities at the heart of our distinctive student experience. As well as comfortable accommodation and a range of excellent on-site facilities, our 16 colleges offer a high level of personal support and a full programme of student-led events and extra-curricular activities. Our students say that colleges are one of the best aspects of life at Durham University and over 85% of them engage in college activities such as sport, music, theatre and volunteering.
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Further Information about our postgraduate courses can be found here: https://www.dur.ac.uk/study/pg/
Further information about our particularly strong research areas can be found here: https://www.dur.ac.uk/research/
For an insight into life at Durham for an international student please visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IhDaSKWEzwA