Update: A member of the University said: “A member of staff mistakenly believed that the students were not members of the University and were handing out flyers for a private business."
The grading represents the best possible accolade in the ranking.
They clarified that the business will be separate from the existing Flat White cafés
"We're really happy, this is such a joy and a relief. Now we can go back to the research we have to do."
The news comes after a petition to challenge the Home Office's decision reached over 65,000 signatures.
A higher education survey by The Economist suggests the average Durham graduate's salary (£32,456) is nearly £2,000 less than they should expect.
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The response of the University’s Vice Chancellor Stuart Corbridge to the situation of a ‘consultation’ has been seen as inadequate, triggering the greater protest of the Alternative Open Days.