Durham University is an exchange destination for bachelor students of Utrecht University School of Law.

Founded in 1832, the University is the third oldest in England. Durham is a collegiate institution, with 16 Colleges which provide a social, domestic and pastoral focus for students, as well as University accommodation (if eligible). The University has a total student population of about 16,000, nearly a quarter of those on postgraduate courses. The work of the University covers traditional areas of study/education, including key branches of science and technology. Durham graduates are in great demand among employers and the University helps to attract investment into the region. It provides training, short courses and expertise for industry, and through its cultural events, conferences and tourist business and as a major employer, the University contributes in a wide social and economic sense to the local community.

Student experiences
Academic calendar

From October up to and including June

Dates of meetings and events

www.dur.ac.uk/dates 

Durham University currently operates a term system which includes three terms per academic year (see above). Modules (courses) are structured to run for the entire year (i.e. each module runs from October – June).

Requirements

Language requirements: You will be asked to submit a Statement of English Language Proficiency form as part of the application to Durham after you have been selected. Erasmus students who are EU nationals do not need to provide formal proof of language ability. A statement signed by your home university will be sufficient.

Students who are of a nationality outside of Europe will be required to provide proof of English Language

 

Areas of study open for exchange students

The majority of modules should be taken within the department with whom the Erasmus agreement is signed.

Classes within the English Studies department are limited so approval cannot be guaranteed.

The department/subject area a student chooses determines the campus that student will be based at. Please be aware that we do not recommend that students choose modules from both campus locations! The listings in the Faculty Handbook will indicate which courses/ subjects are taught at Durham / Queen’s Campus. Do not hesitate to contact the Exchanges & Study Abroad Team for advice.

Courses at Master level

yes/no

Housing

Overseas Exchange students only:
All full year overseas exchange students are guaranteed a place in one of the residential colleges of the University if they apply for the programme by the deadline. Students opt for college accommodation on the application form. Students will be notified of their college via e-mail. The college will then contact the student with further details prior to arrival.

Erasmus students only:
University managed accommodation will not be available. Students must source their own private accommodation.

If looking for off campus private accommodation, students may contact the Accommodation Office on accommodation.office@durham.ac.uk

Information about accommodation

Estimated living costs per month

Living costs in the United Kingdom can be more expensive than living costs in Holland. It is essential that you plan your finances very carefully for the whole of your course at Durham.  The cost of living in Durham is approximately £150 - £200 per week. This amount does not include housing cost.  

Visa

Students who are of non EU nationality may be required to obtain a tier 4 visa to study in the UK for longer than 6 months.

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Credits

You can find information on this university’s credits in the credit conversion table

Additional information

Please note that exchange is only possible for a Full Year!

Places available: 2 students for a full year. Due to the structure of our modules, which are designed to run over a full academic year (October-June) per module, we strongly advise students to come for a full academic year (October - June) and follow normal assessment structures as set for modules and earn full credit points.

Durham Law School is widely acknowledged as one of the leading Law Schools in the UK. It is a recognised centre of international excellence in legal scholarship and research. Why Durham

More information

More information about studying abroad: in Dutch and in English.

Do you have any questions about this partner university or would you like to know more?

Contact the International Exchange Office of the Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance.

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Contact International Exchange Office Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance

Need to have your STUDY PLAN signed? Contact the study advisor at your School (department). 

For general questions and handing in or picking up Erasmus documents, you can visit the International Exchange Office at the Student Desk (you do not have to make an appointment).
We are located at Janskerkhof 3, Utrecht (at the School of Law)

Walk-in hours: Monday and Wednesday from 3 PM until 4:30 PM

Telephone / Email

+31 (0)30 253 7289

Email: ieo.leg@uu.nl

Appointments

You can make an appointment by sending an email. Don't forget mention your student number. You can also call +31 (0)30 253 7289.

Please note that Utrecht University offices will be closed during the December holidays from 23rd of December 2019 untill the 6th of January 2020. We wish you all the warmest of holiday cheer!

Postal address

International Exchange Office - Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance
Janskerkhof 3
3512 BK Utrecht
The Netherlands