At Durham University, we consider Engineering as an integrated subject rather than sub-dividing the discipline into narrow areas.
As a result, our courses produce modern engineers who are capable of solving problems across the traditional engineering boundaries. This gives students a huge amount of flexibility and choice through their undergraduate degree.
University offers a number of scholarships and bursaries. Details can be found here.
Colleges may also offer bursaries, e.g. Trevelyan College offers Ian Cooper Bursary for home students from lower-middle income households to pursue academic excellence in a subject within the Faculty of Science.
Admission Tutor Dr Iddo Amit talks about undergraduate admissions
We have outstanding course content that equips young engineers with the problem solving skills of the 21st century.
High quality taught modules will introduce advanced Engineering topics and a substantial group design element will equip students with the ability to carry out advanced design in multinational teams using appropriate design standards and sophisticated engineering analysis tools.
In the Department of Engineering at Durham University, we appreciate that not everyone can physically visit us prior to applying to and/or joining one of our courses. We therefore encourage you to take advantage of our self-guided virtual tour, where you can digitally take yourself around the Department and see some of the facilities that you would be using as a student on our courses. The tour webpages can be accessed here and each location is accompanied by information points that explain more about the activities in the particular area.
Fancy taking a virtual tour around Durham? Our brand new 'Durham University Tours' app is available now in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store!