There is a wide selection of undergraduate and postgraduate courses available at DMU. The university welcomes applications from a wide variety of backgrounds and, on average, requires between 260 and 320 UCAS points for admission to undergraduate degree courses. Full-time and part-time study options are on offer to fit around your schedule, and many courses offer paid placements and international opportunities.
DMU currently holds 18 National Teaching Fellows, a prestigious higher education teaching award and the third highest number awarded to any university in the UK. Additionally, DMU has established strong links with leading national and international employers, such as the BBC, Caterpillar, Deloitte, HP and the NHS, to deliver an industry-relevant learning experience for students. Many courses also offer work placements; more than 170 courses are professionally accredited and more than 1,850 work placement opportunities are available.
Almost 60% of DMU’s research activities were judged to be world-leading or internationally excellent in the REF, the UK-wide initiative to assess the quality of research in UK universities. The majority of case studies demonstrating the impact which our academics’ work has on real-life issues were rated either 4* (world-leading) or 3* (internationally excellent). This is further evidence that DMU is a university committed to the public good.
There are four faculties within the university:
DMU is a truly global university, with students from more than 130 countries and 155 quality international partnerships providing placement opportunities around the world.
We have also launched our sector-leading #DMUglobal programme, offering the majority of students a meaningful international experience during their studies. Recent returnees enjoyed amazing experiences in Brazil, China and The Gambia and we’ve committed £2 million to ensure that 11,000 of our students have an international experience over the next five years. DMU students will gain an international perspective invaluable in a fiercely competitive graduate marketplace.
In addition to this, opportunities to study in Europe are available through the Erasmus scheme.
Fees vary from course to course, however, please visit the university’s website to see the fees specific to the course you are interested in.