Well for probably about £10 online you could get some Sennheiser HD201's, thats what i have at the moment, they are not the best for bass, but i reckon they are good for the price, they don't really look good either lol. These are the only headphones I've used properly for making tunes so the only model i actually know about, so its the only ones i can suggest but thought i would anyways, they've got me through 7 months of producing.
but on the subject:
I would go with sony xb 500. the sony xb series is just fantastic.
Just don't get the cheapest one, the 300, that one isn't that good.
Otherwise, a Sennheiser headphone is always good so that might be a good option too.
If it's just for going to college bro I recommend the Sony MDR V150s. I have them on right now actually! They are awesome for listening to music at home or whatever, fine for DJing and when I was first producing were all I used because I didn't have decent speakers...
I am on my second pair atm but in all fairness the others went through plenty of use and the first breakage was being sat on. They were still usable after this but I replaced them recently cause at my recent gig they bent in the bottom of my bag Still usable again but uncomfortable!
Also, check out my EP in my sig. That EP was mixed down using these headphones! I did use a spectrum analyser for assistance and of course I did check on monitors afterwards but only subtle changes were needed.
So, I would say they are good for the sort of thing you want, they are rather sturdy (but don't be too mean to them!) and are capable for most production tasks imo And they cost about £15