Fees for full-time international students are displayed in the course database. Please check this for up-to-date fees. Information about fees related to the International Study Centre can be found on their own website.
Durham University supports students from USA or Canada with obtaining loans from their home country. For more information about Foreign Loans see our corresponding section.
Canadian students have the ability to borrow government loans through their province and you can find more information from the Government of Canada Student Loans website. Durham University authorises enrolment verification forms on behalf of Canadian students, and you can bring your forms to the Scholarships and Student Funding Service or email us.
US citizens and eligible non-citizens can apply for William D. Ford Direct Loans, private loans through Sallie Mae or combination of both. Direct loans interest rates are lower than private loans and students should investigate all options before borrowing.
Please find additional information about Federal Student Aid from studentaid.gov website.
Students receiving aid from other foreign countries should, once in Durham, bring their loan and deferment forms to the Scholarships and Student Funding Service in The Palatine Centre.
You are classified as ‘Home/EU’ or ‘Overseas’ for fees purposes depending on your nationality and the country where you normally live – where you are ‘ordinarily resident’.
Living costs are typically much lower in the North of England than they are in the South, however, your own budget will depend on your lifestyle.
International scholarships and bursaries are either funded by the University, through partnerships with external organisations or through generous donations from alumni and friends of the University.
Durham University supports students from USA or Canada with obtaining loans from their home country. Students receiving aid from other foreign countries should bring their loan and deferment forms to the Scholarships and Student Funding Service.
An application fee is only required for postgraduate taught programmes within the Business School (Management, Marketing, Accounting, Economics, Finance, Islamic Finance and Business Analytics).
We are delighted to be offering a range of new International Scholarships to students from Bangladesh, India, Malaysia, Nigeria, Pakistan and Vietnam looking to start their undergraduate or taught postgraduate studies in 2022, 2023 and 2024.
Durham University makes every effort to ensure that the information published on this page is accurate. However, the University cannot guarantee the information may not be altered owing to circumstances beyond the University’s reasonable control. Such circumstances include (but are not limited to) change in Government policy, or change of law. Any changes will be incorporated into the University’s website as early as possible.