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The bailey colleges of the University of Durham are situated on Durham’s bailey – the area surrounding the castle (in which University College is situated), and are traditionally more difficult to be accepted in to than the hill colleges (especially University College and Hatfield, crest pictured). A friendly rivalry exists between each college, as well as between the rather aloof College of St Hild & St Bede and the hill and bailey colleges.replika klockor
The hill colleges (of which one, Grey College, is pictured) are popular with students studying science(s) at the university, with their close promiximity to the ‘science site’ on which most, if not all, lectures for science degrees are held.
- Collingwood College
- Grey College
- Josephine Butler
- St Aidan’s College
- St Mary’s College
- Trevelyan College
- Ustinov College
- Van Mildert College
Ushaw College is situated 4 miles from Durham, on Ushaw Moor, and the College of St Hild & St Bede is technically neither a hill or bailey college despite being on the Durham city campus of the university.
Queen’s Campus Colleges, Stockton
The Queen’s Campus of the University of Durham was established in the 1990s, and is situated 20 miles outside Durham in Stockton-upon-Tees. The Queen’s Campus only has 2 colleges, John Snow College and Stephenson College.