St Chad’s is one of the oldest and most popular colleges in Durham. Most years, our students achieve among the highest academic results in Durham.
Established in 1904 as an independent hall with an Anglican foundation, we are now a recognised college of Durham University. With 350 undergrads and 150 postgrads, we deliberately remain a small human-sized college; but that doesn’t stop us from having the highest concentration of research staff and library resources in Durham.
St Chad’s is a progressive, liberal-minded college, where it’s okay to be yourself. Our manageable size enables us to offer personal support to all our students in a world-class research environment.
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Our Privacy Notice can be read in full below: St Chad’s College Privacy Notice Data Controller The Data Controller … Continue reading Privacy Notice
The next meeting of our Young People and Society Study Group is on Thursday, June 22nd from 3.00 – 5.00 in … Continue reading June meeting of the Young People and Society Study Group
James Holland (St Chad’s 1989-1992, BA History) is a historian, writer, and broadcaster. The author of the best-selling Fortress Malta, Battle of … Continue reading James Holland – Historian and Author
A question of ‘retaining’ or ‘attracting’ graduates to North East England? A seminar organised by the Institute for Local Governance, Bridges … Continue reading Graduate enterprise and employability
Chad’s College has continued to develop its research, policy and practice links with a number of universities in Japan this spring. … Continue reading Community wellbeing in Japan and the UK
This Easter holiday, I had the exciting opportunity to go on tour with Durham University Orchestral Society to Slovenia’s capital, Ljubljana. … Continue reading Scholar’s Report: Ermos on Tour
The Commonwealth Secretariat will host a live debate on the role of sport in contributing to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development … Continue reading The contribution sport can make to global social and economic wellbeing
The initial headline findings from the Third Sector Trends Study, undertaken in 2016 by Professor Tony Chapman have now been published. … Continue reading Third Sector Trends Headline Report Published by IPPR
St Chad’s College Professorial Fellow, Fred Robinson and Research Fellow, Ian Zass-Ogilvie have been working closely with Citizens House, a community group … Continue reading Citizens House: Building a new Community Centre in Consett