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Collegiate public research university in Durham, England, founded by an Act of Parliament in 1832 and incorporated by royal charter in 1837. Wikipedia

  • History of Durham University

    Founded by Act of Parliament. King William IV granted Royal Assent to the Act on 4 July 1832, and granted the university a Royal Charter on 1 June 1837, incorporating it and confirming its constitution. Wikipedia

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    • The University of Durham also has a Dean of Colleges, who is chosen from the various college principals and masters and takes a parallel role to the faculty deans in university-wide debate.Dean (education)-Wikipedia
    • Cambridge, together with Oxford and Durham, is among those universities that have adopted formulae that gives a rating to the GCSE performance of every school in the country to "weight" the scores of university applicants.University of Cambridge-Wikipedia
    • Newcastle University has its origins in the Durham University School of Medicine and Surgery, established in 1834 and became fully independent on 1 August 1963 to form the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, now simply known as Newcastle University.Newcastle upon Tyne-Wikipedia
    • The first higher doctorate in the modern sense was Durham University's DSc, introduced in 1882.Doctor of Philosophy-Wikipedia
    • Later in 1852, the majority college was formally linked to the University of Durham, becoming the "Newcastle-upon-Tyne College of Medicine in connection with the University of Durham".Newcastle University-Wikipedia
    • Blair's father accepted a job as a lecturer at Durham University, and thus moved the family to Durham, England.Tony Blair-Wikipedia

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