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Durham University is 'in top 50 in the world' for arts and humanities
DURHAM University has been ranked in the world's Top 50 for its arts and humanities in the QS world university rankings.
The University is also ranked in the world top 25 for employer reputation with regard to the quality of, and international demand for, its graduates.
In the QS rankings individual subject tables, English language and literature and history have secured top 50 rankings, along with Earth sciences and physics and astronomy and geography, which is ranked fifth in the world.
Durham University is ranked in the World Top 100 overall in the league table, moving up two places from last year to 90th in the world.
The University is consistently ranked as one of the top-five universities in the UK, alongside Oxford, Cambridge, Imperial College London and the London School of Economics.
It is ranked fourth in the UK in the Sunday Times University Guide 2013 and fifth in the country in The Complete University Guide 2014.
Durham University's vice-chancellor, Professor Chris Higgins, said: "Durham is recognised both nationally and internationally as one of the world's leading universities, acknowledging our strengths of combining innovative research-led teaching with a unique student experience."
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