Durham University is a globally outstanding centre of teaching and research excellence, with over one third of our students coming from an international background.
We understand that it can be challenging knowing where to start when applying to an overseas University. At Durham there is a wide range of support available to students who live in Central & South Asia and are considering applying to Durham. We have a dedicated team who are on hand to answer any questions you have.
The Central & South Asia student recruitment team are there to help with any aspect of the application process. They would be happy to hear from you to assist with any questions you have.
Meet the team at a recruitment event near you or online and find out more about Durham.
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You can book one of our personalised Campus Visits to find out more about our academic degree programmes and student life on campus. Visits start with a presentation from a member of staff from the International Office, followed by a guided tour from one of our student ambassadors.
A Bachelor degree with a grade range from 60% - 70% or GPA 3.1 - 3.8 depending on the awarding institution on the International Office's list.
Note: Standard XII from CBSE or CISCE Boards and some State Boards only are accepted for entry. State Boards considered on a case by case basis.
A 3, 4 or 5-year Bachelors degree from an approved Indian university with a score of 60%-70% depending on the institution.
The Attestat o Srednem Obrazovami is not suitable for direct entry. We require students to complete an alternative qualification or a foundation programme for direct entry.
A Bakalavr from a recognised Kazakh institution with a minimum CGPA of 3.4/4.0, 3.7/4.33 or 4.25/5.0.
The Higher Secondary Certificate is not suitable for direct entry. We require students to complete an alternative qualification or a foundation programme for direct entry, please visit our Durham University International Study Centre website for more information).
A 4-year undergraduate degree in a relevant subject from a recognised Pakistani university. Grade requirements will range from CGPA 2.7-3.5, depending on the institution. Students who have a 2 or 3-year Bachelors degree with a first division pass must also have a 2-year master's degree in a relevant subject with a first division pass (65%+) from an HEC recognised institution.
The Certificate of Secondary Education (Maw 6) is not suitable for direct entry. We require students to complete an alternative qualification or a foundation programme for direct entry.
Students with Bachelor's Special degree or Professional degree with grades of 70% (1st Class honours) from a recognised university will be considered for entry to taught Masters programmes at Durham University.
For information about Entry requirements, please visit Turkey Entry Requirements