Whether you’re looking for a graduate career, interested in further study or would like to start your own business, Careers & Enterprise is here to support you from day one.
We support current students and Durham graduates through a wide range of in-person and online services including:
- 1:1 appointments with our Careers Advisers
- Employer events and activities
- Work experience programmes
- Business start-up advice and support
- Access to online information and digital tools
Durham University offers a range of services to promote well being and also to provide support to students who may be experiencing mental illness.
Contact Disability Support to register with the service and discuss any adjustments or support that you may need during your studies and exams/assessments. You can visit Disability Support prior to starting your course in order to be familiar with the location and discuss the support that you may need during your studies.
If you choose to have your Needs Assessment at Durham University Assessment Centre (DUAC), the team will be pleased to meet with you. Their aim is to ensure you have access to the most effective support available to assist you in your studies. DUAC is a member of the National Network of Assessment Centres (NNAC). All assessment centres conduct Needs Assessments to an agreed quality assurance framework. You don’t need to have your Needs Assessment at DUAC because you are studying at Durham University. You can choose any local centre which is convenient to you.
We understand that the Library is not just a storehouse of books. At Durham University Library and Collections, we are able to provide you a safe space to study with others, work on your own, or get some help with your studies.