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Teesside University

United Kingdom
Overview

Overview

In the heart of the multicultural town of Middlesbrough, Teesside University boasts a state-of-the-art campus and a safe and friendly place for students to focus on their studies.

The university prides itself on wellbeing and student satisfaction, with a range of individual support services and advice available via the Student Life building, a student-centred space designed to further improve the student experience and promote wellbeing.

The university has a rich heritage which informs its innovative, dynamic and energetic environment. The institution has grown significantly in recent years, with four regional offices in China, India, Malaysia and Nigeria. Teesside University has a global network of partners and students, graduates and staff who are internationally connected.

Following over GBP 275 million in investments, Teesside has transformed its campus to reinforce its commitment to providing an outstanding student and learning experience. The exciting newly-completed National Horizons Centre also puts Teesside University at the heart of exciting UK-wide industry developments in bio-based industries. Other recent developments include the Student Life building for all student facing services, a new GBP 7 million library refurbishment and a modernised business school.

Students can explore the beautiful surrounding countryside including the North York Moors, as well as cultural offerings like the MIMA gallery, which is part of the university.

Teesside University has a strong track record of innovation in teaching and learning, with excellent teaching, rated silver by the new Teaching Excellence Framework, so students are well prepared to convert their degree into the career they're looking for. Teesside has embraced cutting-edge digital technology to completely change the way that students learn, Future Facing Learning, which puts Teesside in a really good place to deliver the online elements of study.

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What's new

What's new

Covid-19 measures

The university is continuing to develop its plans for the new academic year, considering the latest government advice and guidelines.

Teesside University intends to start the academic year as planned in September 2020 for all students. However, the university plans to adopt a hybrid teaching model. This means students can expect to spend some time learning online and on campus, in line with current UK government social distancing restrictions. Teesside hope to be able to give students the benefits of facilities and resources as a key part of the education experience, but students should also be able to complete parts of the course at a time and a pace that suits them.

Teesside University has a strong track record of innovation in teaching and learning, and its Future Facing Learning approach puts it in a really good place to deliver online elements of study.

For the most current Covid-19 advice and guidance information from Teesside University please visit its dedicated international students FAQs webpage.

Teesside University Students' Union (TUSU) remains closed at present as it continues to follow guidance from both government and the university. It is, however, planning for at least some of its services to be available from early September 2020, and hopes that this can include the SU Welcome Desk and at least one member of the SU Activities team available each day.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

Teesside University is ranked number one of 42 UK universities for overall average satisfaction and number one of 42 UK universities for average satisfaction with learning in the International Student Barometer Survey 2019*.

Teesside University has a strong track record of innovation in teaching and learning, with excellent teaching, rated silver by the new Teaching Excellence Framework, so students are well prepared to convert their degree into the career they're looking for. Teesside has embraced cutting-edge digital technology to completely change the way that students learn, the Future Facing Learning initiative puts Teesside in a really good place to deliver the online learning.

Teesside University combines excellent teaching and research with industry in mind. Students have the opportunity to work with both highly qualified teaching staff and industry professionals.

Notable examples of this approach include:

Teesside University Business School, which has an international reputation for developing excellent graduates via the provision of innovative curricula and business engagement. The school has a good relationship with leading global organisations such as Siemens, TedX and Visualsoft, as well as regional partners such as Middlesbrough FC.

The School of Computing, Engineering & Digital Technologies runs Animex, a world-class games and animation event. The annual conference of workshops, talks, screenings, exhibitions and demonstrations emphasises networking between students, graduates and the industry, who send representatives and talent recruiters to the event.

The university also received a silver rating in the Government's 2017 Teaching Excellence Framework** (138 universities were rated). Further, it was listed in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020** list of the top 1,000 universities in the world.

*Based on the views of 854 Teesside students within a global survey response of 179,950 students. More info at www.i-graduate.org/ Verification data on request, email info@i-graduate.org university.

**For more information of other awards, league table positions and survey information students can visit the dedicated webpage on the university's website.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

International Students may be eligible for a number of scholarships including:

Global Excellence Award scholarship of GBP 1,000 or GBP 1,500 in first year of study for a foundation, undergraduate or postgraduate programme, open to students who show an aptitude for English or who have higher than average grades.

The Vice Chancellor's Scholarship awards a one-off payment of GBP 5,000 to waive first year fees for an international student who demonstrates in their scholarship application that they have the commitment to become a future global leader.

The university offers a discount to international fee-paying students who pay their fees in advance of enrolment, and an alumni scholarship of up to GBP 1,000 for international students studying an undergraduate course who progress to postgraduate study and apply directly.

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Student support

Student support

The university welcomes, supports and advises students, helping them to have a happy and productive experience at university. Teesside University has reimagined its approach to student support and wellbeing. The new Student Life building, set in the heart of the university campus, offers student-facing services to support, inspire and empower success in learning and life.

International Student advisers

The advisers offer help at any point during the application process, and once students are studying at Teesside, they are available to provide visa and immigration assistance.

Disability Services

Disability Services support students with a range of needs including mental health conditions, autism spectrum disorders, medical conditions and those with specific learning needs such as dyslexia.

Counselling Services

Free and confidential access to support is accessible via the Student Life team.

Student Funding

Student Life team can offer advice and support in financial issues, basic financial problems, or more complex needs.

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Student safety

Student safety

As a campus university, Teesside offers students a safe space in the heart of Middlesbrough, including student support and a range of activities to feel at home. The town has a busy social life with lots going on, but is small enough for students to know their way around and to feel safe.

There is also a range of university-managed student accommodation available within walking distance of the campus, including halls accommodation and shared houses.

The university uses SafeZone, a free app which students can download on their phone. With this app, students can get help quickly in a personal emergency, or if they need first aid or general help.

Students can also always find assistance via the Student Life building, or the Students' Union building, with trained staff to help with any issues that might arise.

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Graduate outcomes

Graduate outcomes

Students at Teesside University will be part of an ambitious and enterprising community, which provides them with international opportunities, in a future-facing learning environment. Teesside's innovative courses have been developed with global industry and societal challenges in mind. Teesside will challenge expectations and boundaries, opening up new possibilities. Students are empowered to graduate with the key skills for their future success.

Teesside University is ranked number one of 42 UK universities for careers advice in the International Student Barometer Survey 2019*.

Teesside University cares about students' future and wants to give opportunities for them to gain enterprise skills and work experience, to give them the best possible start. Teesside's Student Futures are a dedicated careers focussed team with advisers to help with all aspects of professional development. From planning next steps, working out a career path, finding ways to get invaluable experience, or even help with a job application.

Graduates of Teesside University have found themselves working for internationally renowned organisations such as Microsoft, Disney, Rolls-Royce, HSBC, Vodafone and Aston Martin.

Accolades, awards and rankings information

*Based on the views of 854 Teesside students within a global survey response of 179,950 students. More info at www.i-graduate.org/ Verification data on request, email info@i-graduate.org university.

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Teesside University is founded on a rich heritage, which has influenced its development into the dynamic, energetic and innovative institution it is today. It is a friendly town-centre campus in Middlesbrough in the North East of England. The university is a single-site campus so students will find everything they need within walking distance such as accommodation, Students? Union, sports facilities, bars, restaurants, shops and entertainment.

At Teesside, students will benefit from over 85 years of teaching and learning. Students will be tutored by enthusiastic and experienced academics, who will support then throughout their degree programme. University?s silver rating in the government's new Teaching Excellence Framework reflects its strategic approach to teaching excellence, their commitment to students and their emphasis on providing a high-quality learning and student experience.

On campus, Teesside University have superb facilities for sport and wellbeing. Students can benefit from new ?17m sport and health sciences building, a state-of-the-art learning environment and includes facilities like top-of-the-range sport and exercise labs, a temperature-controlled environmental chamber, climbing wall, floodlit artificial turf pitch, rugby pitches, sauna and steam room, squash courts and three sports halls, and a white-water rafting course.
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