Fees: A Durham Grant of £2,000 is available to eligible full-time students with a household income of less than £25,000 per annum (as assessed by Student Finance England or equivalent), who don’t already have an undergraduate degree. Eligible full-time students with a household income of £25,000-£42,875 are eligible for support at tapered rates, reducing down from £2,000 by £1 for every £10 increase in household income.
Durham also offers a number of scholarships to support students, including:
• Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarships for Sport, Music and the Arts
• The Robert Young Scholarship
• Durham Inspired North East Scholarships
• Weldon-le Huray Scholarship – Music, Sport, and Arts and Humanities.
For more information, see www.durham.ac.uk/scholarships/
Accommodation: The university usually offers accommodation to all first year students who request it and nearly all of it is university owned. Catered college accommodation costs from £204.61 per week, while the most affordable self-catered accommodation is £143.26 per week. Full costs can be found here.