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3 Agent s Handbook International Office Contents Durham University International Office 04 - Who we are The role of the International Office 06 Key facts and key selling points 07 Key contacts 08 Telephone, and web links Important dates Including deadlines and term dates 10 Course lists 11 Undergraduate admissions process 17 Postgraduate admissions process 19 Entry requirements by country 20 English language entry requirements 20 Tuition and accommodation fees and how to pay 24 Scholarships Information about Durham University s 29 Collegiate System About Durham City 30 About Queens Campus, Stockton 30 Study Abroad/Exchanges 31 Code of conduct for Agents and Bribery Act (2010) 32 Agent commission & Supplier details form 33 FAQs 34 Online Resources 34 List of Appendices: Appendix Agent authorisation form Appendix Supplier request form Visa/CAS process 27 Arrival process 28 including induction and pre-departure briefings and how to get to Durham DISCLAIMER Please note that information included in this handbook was correct at the time of publication, but is subject to change. 03

4 International Office Who we are... Management Team Mrs Sharne Procter Dr Fiona O Carroll Director Tel: +44 (0) Deputy Director Tel: +44 (0) fiona.o Responsible for overall management of the international office, its activities and Internationalisation strategy. Responsible for marketing and development activities in Latin America, including partnerships and academic links. Regional Managers Mrs Victoria Anderson Miss Lisa Sadler Mr David Thornber Mrs Kristi McFarland Miss Beth Sutcliffe Assistant Director (Marketing, Recruitment and Admissions) Tel: +44 (0) Regional Manager (Middle East and Africa) Tel: +44 (0) Regional Manager (South and Central Asia) Tel: +44 (0) International Officer (East and South East Asia) Tel: +44 (0) International Officer (North America) Tel: +44 (0) Responsible for marketing and development activity across East and SE Asia. Responsible for marketing operations in ME and Africa including Nigeria, Libya, Saudi, Jordan, UAE, Oman. Responsible for marketing operations in India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Turkey, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan & Russia. Assists Victoria Donnelly with marketing and development activity across East and SE Asia including Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singapore Responsible for marketing operations in US, Canada and recruitment of international students in the UK. International Support Team Mrs Christine Pears PA to the Director and Office Manager Tel: +44 (0) Manages the smooth running of the office, administers the budget, PA to the Director and Country Manager for Norway. Miss Ashleigh Sawyer International Assistant Tel: +44 (0) Supports overseas visits to South and Central Asia, Americas and Canada. Student enquiries. Miss Tracy Maratty International Assistant Tel: +44 (0) Supports overseas visits to Middle East and Africa and East and South East Asia. Agent liaison, enquiries and freight. Mrs Lindsay Young International Assistant (University Relations) Tel: +44 (0) Supporting the Qassim University collaboration. Supports overseas visits to North America, South and Central Asia. Student enquiries.

5 Agent s Handbook International UG Admissions Miss Lorraine Bennett Admissions and Events Officer Tel: +44 (0) Responsible for international undergraduate student admissions; event and visit organisation, and liaising with student groups. Mr Peter Bainbridge International Assistant Tel: Deals with international UG admissions enquiries, supports Sophie with UG admissions, meet and greet and student visits. International Partnerships Miss Jemima Lloyd Miss Kate Sharples Assistant Director (University Relations) Tel: +44 (0) International Partnerships Officer Tel: +44 (0) Coordinates the University s involvement with International Networks, Scholarships agencies and the University s Regional Interest Groups; manages the administration of International Partnerships. Exchanges and Study Abroad Miss Melissa Schuessler Exchanges and Study Abroad Officer Tel: +44 (0) Manages the University s Erasmus, overseas exchange and study abroad programmes incl. agreements, support and admissions. Miss Rachael Bird Exchanges and Study Abroad Assistant Tel: +44 (0) Contributes to the facilitation of the Erasmus/ Overseas Exchange & Study Abroad Programmes. Miss Sophie Edgar International Summer Schools Officer Tel: +44 (0) Project manages Durham University s international summer school provision. 05

6 International Office The Role of the International Office The International Office supports the University s drive to internationalise all areas of activity through: International Undergraduate Admissions Lorraine Bennett and Peter Bainbridge are responsible for international undergraduate admissions, meet and greet, applicant visit organisation and liaising with international student societies. Supporting the development of links with strategic institutional partners Increasing opportunities for staff and students to spend time abroad Increasing and diversifying the University s international student population Identifying funding sources for scholarships Providing market information and advice Supporting the seven Regional Interest Groups. Working with schools, colleges, agents and university partners around the world to raise the University s profile so that we are as well know internationally as we are here in the UK. International Recruitment And Marketing The recruitment and marketing team work across a range of countries to recruit high quality international students through a range of activities including, attendance at education fairs; working with education agents; meeting with applicants, their parents and teachers; and visiting schools, colleges and partner universities. They work with academic colleagues to support departmental and faculty recruitment activities whether that is accompanying staff on recruitment visits or the provision of market information to, for example, assist in the development of new programmes relevant to the international market. Partnerships, Networks And Regional Interest Groups Jemima Lloyd and Kate Sharples role is to support this aspect of the University s strategy and their focus is currently on two major areas: the development of Regional Interest Groups which have been formed to share information and identify potential funding, partnerships and/or research opportunities in each global region(www.durham.ac.uk/international/global/); and acting as our main contact and DU coordinator for the newly formed Matariki Network of Universities (www.matarikinetwork.com). Exchanges And Study Abroad The University sends approximately 270 students abroad on study and work placements and exchanges each year and accepts around Melissa Schuessler and Rachael Bird work closely with departmental co-ordinators to ensure that the process is as smooth as possible and to ensure that we maintain good relations with international student exchange partners.

7 Agent s Handbook Key Selling Points Durham University Founded in 1832, Durham University is England s third oldest university after Oxford and Cambridge. Durham is a world-class, research focused university in two exciting locations: in the World Heritage city of Durham and at Queen s Campus in Stockton. Durham University is home to over 16,000 students from 150 countries, creating a rich and diverse academic community. Its teaching is directly informed by the world-class research undertaken throughout the University and our interdisciplinary approach to teaching and research ensures that no matter which subject students choose to study, they will always be at the cutting edge. Durham University is collegiate, with colleges providing residential, social and welfare facilities for their student members and creating a sense of community for staff and students together. Its academic teaching and research programmes are delivered through departments contained within three faculties: Arts and Humanities, Science, and Social Sciences and Health. Durham University offers a full range of programmes from foundation to doctoral level. Research at Durham University is among the best in the UK. Research, creativity and scholarship are at the heart of Durham University, where generations of the world s finest minds have pursued ideas and knowledge that have made a profound and lasting impact on the world. Durham University, recently named as the third best UK University in the prestigious Sunday Times University Guide 2012 and a World Top 100 University, also cemented its place as a World Top 100 University in the 2011 QS World University League Rankings, which also placed the University in the World Top 15 for graduate employability. Durham University want students to excel academically, but recognise that academic success is only half the story. To help students really make the most of their experience with the University and develop a broad range of skills to equip for future career and life, Durham provides a huge variety of extracurricular activities in volunteering, the arts and sport. Durham University is proud of its graduates, many of whom have gone on to the highest levels of achievement in their chosen fields, and lists famous alum from the sciences, politics, the literary and media world, sport, military, and business. Key Selling Points For Durham University Include: Third oldest university in England after Oxford and Cambridge. Tradition is very strong Highly positioned in both UK national and Global rankings. Ranked 4th in the UK (Sunday Times) in 2013 and 80th in the World (Times Higher World Rankings 2013) High Standards in both Teaching and Research. The Times Higher league table ranks universities across the globe according to their strengths in five headline categories teaching, research, citations, industry income and international outlook. The University is ranked in the World Top 50 for citations and for international outlook. It is also ranked in the World Top 50 for Arts and Humanities and Science Durham is a small university city a quiet and safe place to study. Durham was named as the third safest university in England & Wales by The Complete University Guide (2013) See: Ranked 20th globally for employer reputation in the 2013 QS World University League Rankings following an extensive survey of 25,000 leading organisations across the world More than four in five (82%) of Durham graduates secure a graduate-level job when they leave, with an average salary of more than 21,300, and along with Cambridge University, over 98% of Durham students complete their course. Departments Durham University has 27 departments based over three faculties. Between them, the faculties offer over 200 undergraduate programmes, an expanding portfolio of taught Masters programmes, and a wide range of specialist research degrees. Durham is a research-intensive institution, offering 10 flagship research institutes and over 60 research centres. Almost all Durham University Departments are in the top-10, with Theology and Religion topping their subject table and Education, History, Chemistry, Classics, English, Geography, Modern Languages, and Middle Eastern Studies being in the Top-3 in the UK in their discipline. You can find out more about the facilities and expertise on offer at the University by watching our faculty video clips:

8 International Office Key contacts General Enquiries The International Office has set up a streamlined system to ensure its agents receive a prompt and efficient turnaround of enquiries. For all general enquiries, please contact: This mailbox is managed by a team of three, non travelling international office staff, and is accessed on a daily basis (during the UK working week Monday to Friday). We request that agents use the international. in the first instance, rather than contacting the Regional Manager or International Officer for your region. Regional Managers and International Officers are quite often required to spend extended periods working overseas and in some cases, have limited access to their account whilst travelling. Undergraduate Admissions The International Office processes all international undergraduate applications. For enquiries relating to a student s application or application status, please contact: international. Postgraduate Admissions For non-business postgraduate admissions enquiries, please contact: Durham Business School has its own postgraduate admissions team, which is divided into subject area teams: MSc Management programmes MSc Finance & Economics programmes MBA PhD CAS Enquiries If you need to update the PBS admissions team, or make an urgent request regarding the student s CAS, please send an to: Undergraduate Business and all other non Business subjects -

9 Agent s Handbook Useful contacts Admissions UG International Admissions PG Admissions (non Durham University Business School) PG Admissions (Durham University Business School) MA courses MSc courses MBA PG Law Admissions CAS team (new incoming students) Departments Colleges Collingwood Admissions: College Office: Grey College Office: Hatfield College Office: Josephine Butler Admissions: Reception: College Office: St Aidan s Admissions: St Chad s Admissions: College Office: St Cuthbert s College Office: International Office: General enquiries Agent enquiries Exchanges & Study Abroad UG International Admissions Immigration Advisory Unit Student Financial Support Office Student Planning and Assessment (online enrolment) English Language Centre General enquiries Year-round pre-sessional Summer pre-sessional MA TESOL St Hild & Bede College Office: St John s General enqs: St Mary s Admissions: Trevelyan Admissions: University Admissions: Van Mildert Admissions: College Office: Ustinov Admissions: College Office: John Snow College Office: George Stephenson Admissions: College Office: Finance Office (pay fees) Accommodation Office (private rented accommodation) Durham Student Union (DSU) 05 09

10 International Office Important dates Term dates th January 2013 UG home and EU student application deadline 10th 11th January 2013 Winter Congregation 29th March 2013 Good Friday (public holiday Easter) 1st April 2013 Easter Monday (public holiday Easter) 15th April 2013 EAP 4 (22 week pre-sessional English) start date 1st May 2013 (onwards) Admissions team begin producing CAS statement (October start) 6th May 2013 Public holiday 13th - 31st May 2013 Main exam period 27th May 2013 Spring bank holiday June 2013 Pre-application Open Days 25th 28th June 2013 Summer congregation 1st July 2013 EAP 1 (12 week pre-sessional English) start date 6th July 2013 UKCAT test open (for UG Medicine 2014 entry) 29th July 2013 EAP 2 (8 week pre-sessional English) start date August 2013 UG Clearing 27th August 2013 PARSE (4 week pre-sessional English) start date 14th 27th August 2013 Re-sit exam period 26th August 2013 Public holiday 25th, 26th and 27th September 2013 Meet and Greet Service 25th/26th September 09:00-23:00 (27th September - 09:00-13:00) Newcastle Airport 25th/26th/27th September 09:00-21:00 Durham train station Term Dates: Academic Year 2012/2013 Epiphany Term Jan Mar 2013 Easter vacation Mar Apr 2013 Easter Term Apr Jun 2013 Term Dates: Academic Year 2013/2014 Summer vacation Jun Sep 2013 Induction Week Sep Oct 2013 Michaelmas Term Oct Dec 2013 Christmas vacation Dec Jan 2014 Epiphany Term Jan Mar 2014 Easter vacation Mar Apr 2014 Easter Term Apr Jun 2014

11 Agent s Handbook Course lists DEPARTMENT Anthropology UNDERGRADUATE BA (Hons) Anthropology BSc (Hons) Anthropology MAnth Master of Anthropology BSc (Hons) Health and Human Sciences MAnth(H&W) Master of Anthropology (Health and Well-Being) BA (Hons) Anthropology and Archaeology BA (Hons) Anthropology and Sociology POSTGRADUATE TAUGHT MA Socio-Cultural Anthropology MA Research Methods (Anthropology) MSc Sustainability, Culture and Development Anthropology MSc Evolutionary Anthropology MSc Medical Anthropology MSc Evolutionary Medicine MA Energy & Society Applied Social Sciences BA (Hons) Criminology Single and Joint Honours Programmes in Sociology: (BA Sociology; BA Sociology with Law; BA Anthropology and Sociology) BA (Hons) Sport, Exercise and Physical Activity Master in Social Work MA Community and Youth Work MA PG Dip/PG Cert Managing Community Practice MA/PG Dip/PG Cert Managing Youth Work Practice MSc Criminology and Criminal Justice MA Social Work Studies (especially suitable for international students) MA Social Research (Sociology specialism) MA Social Research (Social Policy specialism) MA Social Research (Social Work specialism) Archaeology BA (Hons) Archaeology BSc (Hons) Archaeology BA (Hons) Archaeology and Ancient Civilisations Joint Honours Anthropology (with Department of Anthropology) Joint Honours Ancient History (with Department of Classics and Ancient History) BSc (Hons) Natural Sciences (Archaeology) BA Combined Honours in Social Sciences (Archaeology) MA Archaeology MA Conservation of Archaeological and Museum Objects MA Museums and Artefact Studies MSc Palaeopathology MSc Archaeological Sciences Biological and Biomedical Sciences BSc (Hons) Biomedical Sciences BSc (Hons) Biological Sciences Business School BSc (Hons) Accounting BSc (Hons) Accounting and Finance BSc (Hons) Accounting and Management MBus Business and Management BA (Hons) Business and Management MBA MSc Finance MSc Finance (Accounting and Finance) MSc Finance (Corporate and International Finance) MSc Finance (Economics and Finance) 05 11

12 International Office Course lists continued... DEPARTMENT Business School UNDERGRADUATE BA (Hons) Business Finance MAcc Financial Accounting MMarketing Marketing BA (Hons) Marketing BA (Hons) Economics BA (Hons) Business Economics BA (Hons) Economics with French BA (Hons) Economics and Politics BA (Hons) Philosophy, Politics and Economics POSTGRADUATE TAUGHT MSc Economics MSc Economics (Environmental and Natural Resource Economics) MSc Economics (Experimental Economics) MSc Economics (Public Economics) MSc Finance (Economics and Finance) MSc Finance (Finance and Investment) MSc Finance (International Banking and Finance) MSc Finance (International Money, Finance and Investment) MA Islamic Finance MSc Islamic Finance MSc Management (Finance) MSc Management MSc Management (Human Resource Management) MSc Management (Finance) MSc Management (International Business) MSc Management (Entrepreneurship) (from 2013) MSc Management (Consulting & Organisational Change) (from 2014) MSc Management (Innovation, Technology & Operations Management) (from 2014) MSc Marketing Management MSc Strategic Marketing Chemistry BSc (Hons) Chemistry MChem (Hons) Chemistry MChem (Hons) Chemistry (Industry) MChem (Hons) Chemistry (International) MSci (Hons) Biology and Chemistry (Joint honours) MSci (Hons) Chemistry and Mathematics (Joint honours) MSci (Hons) Chemistry and Physics (Joint honours) BSc (Hons) Chemistry and Biology (Joint honours) BSc (Hons) Chemistry and Earth Sciences (Joint honours) BSc (Hons) Chemistry and Mathematics (Joint honours) BSc (Hons) Chemistry and Physics (Joint honours) BSc (Hons) Natural Sciences (Broad) MSci (Hons) Natural Sciences (Broad)

13 Agent s Handbook DEPARTMENT Classics and Ancient History UNDERGRADUATE BA (Hons) Ancient History BA (Hons) Classical Past BA (Hons) Classics BA (Hons) Ancient History and Archaeology (joint honours) BA (Hons) Ancient, Medieval and Modern History (joint honours) POSTGRADUATE TAUGHT MA Classics MA in Ancient Epic MA in Ancient Historiography MA in Ancient Philosophy MA in the Classical Tradition MA in Greece, Rome and the Near East Combined Honours Combined Honours in Arts Combined Honours in Social Sciences Subjects: Anthropology, Arabic, Archaeology, Biology, British Sign Language, Business and Economics, Chemistry, Classical Past, Computing Science, Earth Sciences, Education, English, English Language, French, Geography, German, Government and International Affairs, Greek, History, History of Art, Italian, Latin, Mathematics (including statistics), Music, Philosophy, Physics, Psychology. Russian, Spanish, Sport, Theory and Philosophy of Social Science, Theology and Religion. Earth Sciences BSc (Hons) Geology MSci (Hons) Geoscience BSc (Hons) Earth Sciences BSc (Hons) Environmental Geosciences BSc (Hons) Geophysics with Geology BSc (Hons) Joint Honours (Earth Sciences and Biology, Archaeology, Astronomy, Chemistry, Geography, Mathematics, Philosophy, Physics) BSc (Hons) Natural Sciences MSci (Hons) Natural Sciences Education BA (Hons) Education Studies BA (Hons) Primary Education MA Education MA Education (International) - Geneva MA Intercultural Education and Interculturalisation MA Research Methods MSc Educational Assessment MSc Educational Assessment Online MSc Mathematics Education MSc Science Education MSc Technology Enhanced Learning PG Certificate in the Practice of Education PG Certificate in Teaching A Level Maths 05 13

14 International Office Course lists continued... DEPARTMENT Engineering and Computer Science UNDERGRADUATE MEng in Engineering (6 optional routes: Aeronautics, Civil Engineering, Design and Operations Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, New and Renewable Energy) MEng Computer Science (Single Honours) BSc Computer Science (Single Honours) BSc Computer Science with European Studies (Single Honours) POSTGRADUATE TAUGHT MSc Advanced Software Engineering MSc Communications Engineering MSc Design and Operations Engineering MSc Internet and Distributed Systems Technologies MSc Internet Systems and ebusiness MSc New and Renewable Energy MSc Software Engineering Management English Language Centre MA TESOL MA Applied Language Studies for TESOL English Studies BA (Hons) English Literature BA (Hons) English Literature and History BA (Hons) English Literature and Philosophy BA (Hons) Education Studies English Literature MA English Literary Studies MA in Medieval and Renaissance Literary Studies MA in Romantic and Victorian Literary Studies MA in Twentieth-Century Literary Studies MA in Studies in Poetry Foundation Centre Direct progression Route Subjects: Accounting & Finance, Ancient History, Archaeology, Biological Anthropology, Biology, Biomedical Sciences, Business & Management, Business Finance, Chemistry, Classics, Classical Past, Computer Science, Combined Honours, Criminology, Economics, English, General Engineering, Geography, Geology, Health & Human Sciences, History, Mathematics, Law, Music, Philosophy, Physics, Politics, Primary Education, Psychology (Applied), Sociology, Sport, Theology Gateway to Medicine International Foundation Year Geography BA (Hons) Geography BSc (Hons) Geography BA (Hons) Education Studies Geography MA Geography (Research Methods) MSc in Risk and Environmental Hazards MA In Risk, Health and Public Policy MA in Risk and Security Government and International Affairs MA Geography (Research Methods) MSc in Risk and Environmental Hazards MA In Risk, Health and Public Policy MA in Risk and Security MA Politics and International Relations MA International Relations MA International Studies MA Research Methods MSc Arab World Studies MSc in Defence, Development and Diplomacy MSc in Conflict Prevention, Sustainable Peace and Security MA Faith and Globalisation MA Politics and International Relations (Political Theory)

15 Agent s Handbook DEPARTMENT History UNDERGRADUATE BA (Hons) History BA (Hons) Ancient, Medieval and Modern History BA (Hons) English Literature and History BA (Hons) Modern European Languages and History POSTGRADUATE TAUGHT MA in Medieval History MA in Early Modern History MA in Modern History MA in Social and Economic History (Research Methods) MA in Medieval and Renaissance Studies MA in Seventeenth Century Studies Law School LLB LLB Further Information LLB (Year Abroad) BA Sociology with Law LLM International Trade and Commercial Law LLM European Trade and Commercial Law LLM Master of Laws (the general LLM, with modules from both specialisms) Mathematical Sciences BSc (Hons) Mathematics MMath (Hons) Mathematics (European Studies) MMath (Hons) Mathematics BSc (Hons) Mathematics (European Studies) MSc Biomathematics MSc Mathematical Sciences MSc Particles, Strings and Cosmology Medicine, Pharmacy and Health Modern Languages and Cultures Music MBBS Medicine MPharm BA (Hons) Modern Languages and Cultures (Arabic, French, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish) BA (Hons) Music MSc Medical Education MSc Public Policy and Health PGCert Health Research Methods MA Medieval and Renaissance Studies MA Arab-English Translation and Interpreting MA Translation Studies MA Culture and Difference MA (Musicology) MA (Ethnomusicology) MA (Composition) Philosophy BA (Hons) Philosophy BA (Hons) Philosophy and Politics BA (Hons) Philosophy and Psychology BA (Hons) Philosophy and Theology BA (Hons) English Literature and Philosophy BA (Hons) Education Studies and Philosophy BA (Hons) Philosophy, Politics and Economics BSc (Hons) Natural Sciences MSc (Hons) Natural Sciences MA in Philosophy MA in History and Philosophy of Science and Medicine Graduate Diploma 05 15

16 International Office Course lists continued... DEPARTMENT Physics UNDERGRADUATE BSc (Hons) Physics MPhys (Hons) Physics MPhys (Hons) Physics and Astronomy MPhys (Hons) Theoretical Physics MSci (Hons) Joint Honours (Physics and Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, Philosophy) BSc (Hons) Natural Sciences MSci (Hons) Natural Sciences POSTGRADUATE TAUGHT MSc Particles, Strings and Cosmology Psychology BSc (Hons) Psychology BSc (Hons) Psychology (Applied) MSc Cognitive Neuroscience MSc Developmental Psychopathology MA Research Methods MSc Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience Theology and Religion BA (Hons) Theology BA (Hons) Theology and Philosophy BA (Hons) Theology (European Studies) MA in Biblical Studies MA in Christian Theology MA in Christian Theology (Anglican Studies) MA in Christian Theology (Catholic Studies) MA in Religion and Society MA in Theology and Religion MA in Spirituality, Theology and Health

17 Agent s Handbook Undergraduate admissions process Durham University uses the national admissions process for all of its undergraduate courses: UCAS assigns subject codes enabling students to search/ compare courses between different universities Students can apply on one application for up to 5 institutions (each course counts as one choice) Once students have completed and submitted their application they will receive a welcome letter. They can then use UCAS Track to keep up-to-date with the progress of their application and reply to offers COLLEGE CAMPUS CODE LOCATION Collingwood 1 Durham City Stephenson 8 Queen s Campus Grey G Durham City Hatfield 2 Durham City John Snow 7 Queen s Campus Josephine Butler 9 Durham City St Aidan s A Durham City St Chad s 3 Durham City St Cuthbert s Society 4 Durham City St Hild and St Bede 5 Durham City Key deadline dates 15th October: Medicine and Oxford & Cambridge universities 30th June for all other international applications 5 choices (4 if including medicine) What are the key pieces of information required on the UCAS form? Predicted and achieved grades Personal statement Reference Choosing a College Durham is a collegiate university, so as well as applying to a department we encourage students to nominate a preferred college in their application. The college an applicant chooses will have no effect upon whether they receive an academic offer from the University. This decision is made by the academic department to which they apply. St John s J Durham City St Mary s M Durham City Trevelyan T Durham City University U Durham City Van Mildert V Durham City We strongly encourage applicants to state a preference. If they prefer not to select a college then this is known as making an open application. To make an open application, enter Campus Code 0 for Durham City courses or Campus Code S for Queen s Campus courses. If applicants make an open application, we will select a college for them on their behalf. This cannot be changed once the decision has gone to UCAS at the end of the paragraph. Students who secure college accommodation will be resident for their first year of study. Each college has a different UCAS code. To nominate a preferred college, applicants need to insert the relevant UCAS code in the Campus Code column of their UCAS application. If the academic department to which the applicant applies decides to make an offer, their application will be forwarded to the college of their choice. If the applicant s preferred college cannot allocate a place, their application will be passed to an alternative college; find out more about college allocations. Please note: If an applicant s course is based in Durham, they will be a member of a Durham-based college. If their course is based at Queen s Campus, they will be a member of a Queen s Campus-based college

18 International Office UCAS Application Process University receives UCAS application Application looked at by Admissions Tutor / staff Offer made Interview / Test / Audition Unsuccessful Offer made Unsuccessful OFFERS Offers are unconditional or conditional Offers are normally conditional on: Grades for include examinations such as for A Level, IB etc English Language conditions may also apply such as IELTS or TOEFL IBT. RESPONSES firm acceptance insurance acceptance decline. Please note that it can take between 5-8 weeks to receive an initial offer An AS12 Confirmation letter will be sent by UCAS to an applicant when they have been fully accepted by their choice of university. Applicants who have applied to Durham University, and have received an AS12 Confirmation Letter, must respond to Durham University s International Admissions to confirm that they wish to take up their place. We will be unable to issue a Confirmation of Acceptance of Studies (CAS) without receipt of a reply to the AS12 Confirmation Letter. UCAS has some excellent visual resources on their website, which you may find useful: Please see also the UCAS FAQ pages:

19 Agent s Handbook Postgraduate admissions process Students can apply to most of our postgraduate programmes via the online application process described below. However, if they wish to apply for: Postgraduate Certificate of Education (PGCE), contact the School of Education Master of Social Work, contact the School of Applied Social Sciences For all other programmes, a four stage process applies: Stage One: Check Eligibility Before they apply, students should ensure that they have met: The Department s entry requirements and, if applicable, any English language requirements The financial requirement of the programme they are interested in (including tuition fees and living costs) For further information on fees and funding see Students wishing to study a research degree should contact the Department to check it has a suitably qualified supervisory team and appropriate academic facilities. Stage Two: Complete the application form Applications should be made using the online application form. If students are unable to use the online form, they should contact the Student Recruitment and Admissions Office for advice: Students will be asked to supply the following information: Personal details Academic qualifications and career to date An outline of their research interests (for higher degree by thesis) The names and addresses of two academic referees Their chosen college. All postgraduates are members of one of our colleges, as well as being accepted by a department. Each college is individual, and offers a wide range of support, accommodation and facilities. You can find out more information on our colleges within the Colleges and Accommodation section of our website. The Colleges Postgraduate Office will contact an applicant after they have accepted their offer from the University with an online application for membership only or membership and accommodation. Queries should be directed to the Colleges Postgraduate Office at Stage Three: We process the application We will process a student s application on the basis of all the information provided and will let them know the outcome as soon as possible In certain circumstances we may contact the student to request further information. Stage Four: Our response Once a student s application has been considered by the Department, it will be sent to the Student Recruitment and Admissions Office (SRAO) along with a recommendation for approval. The Department will contact the student directly if they are unable to recommend their application for approval. SRAO are responsible for approving all postgraduate applications. Students should be aware that approval by SRAO is not a formality and that in some cases where a department has recommended approval SRAO may be unable to support this. Until students receive an offer from SRAO, they have not received a formal offer of a place. We aim to deal with your application as quickly as possible and most forms are processed within four to six weeks of receipt. Academic Technology Approval Scheme (ATAS) The Academic Technology Approval Scheme (ATAS) is a mandatory requirement within the Immigration Rules for overseas students intending to enter or remain in the UK for more than 6 months. ATAS will affect you if you plan to undertake a degree by research (including PhDs and research masters programmes) in some science, engineering or technology disciplines or if you are applying for the MSc in Particles, Strings and Cosmology (F3K209). You must apply online for an ATAS clearance certificate at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) website where you will also find a list of the designated subjects and further details of the scheme. The application should not take you longer than 30 minutes to complete and the FCO aims to respond to applications within 3 weeks from the date of receipt. There is no charge for this service. When applying for ATAS clearance, you will be required to give a brief description of the research you will be undertaking. This description will be included in your offer letter as the ATAS statement and it is important that you submit this information exactly as it appears in your offer letter. You are required to provide a valid ATAS clearance certificate with your application for a visa or an extension of stay in the UK. It is your responsibility to check if this scheme applies to you and failure to provide a valid ATAS clearance certificate will result in your visa application being refused. For more information and the online application please see:

20 International Office Entry requirements by country A comprehensive list of entry requirements by country can be found at: English language entry requirements Undergraduate The minimum entry levels for international students onto any programme of study except the Foundation Programme at Durham University are listed below. All qualifications must be taken within two years* of the start of the academic programme: IELTS: 6.5 (no component under 6.0) TOEFL ibt: 92 (no component under 23) (CPE): Grade C (CAE): Grade A Cambridge IGCSE First Language English at Grade C or above Cambridge IGCSE English as a Second Language at Grade B or above GCSE English Language at grade C or above Pearson Test of English (overall score 62 (with no score less than 56 in each Exceptions Foundation Programmes IELTS overall 6.0 Durham Law School IELTS of 7.0 or achieving a TOEFL (Internet Based Test) score of at least 100, plus a Writing Score of at least 25. Postgraduate Faculty of Arts and Humanities DEPARTMENT Applied Language Studies (English Language Centre) IELTS 7.0 (no component under 7.0) TOEFL IBT CAMBRIDGE SUITE Pearson Academic (PTE) 102 (writing score of 27 or more and no other component under 25) 70 (with no score less than 70 in each Classics and Ancient History 7.0 (no component under 6.5) 102 (no component under 25) 70 (with no score less than 62 in each English Studies (PGT) 7.0 (no component under 6.5) 102 (no component under 25) 70 (with no score less than 62 in each English Studies (PGR) 7.0 (no component under 7.0) 102 (no component under 25) (CPE): A or B 70 (with no score less than 70 in each History 7.0 (no component under 6.5) 102 (no component under 25) 70 (with no score less than 62 in each Modern Languages and Cultures 7.0 (no component under 6.5) 102 (no component under 25) 70 (with no score less than 62 in each

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