The Queen's Anniversary Prize 2013 - awarded for our outstanding work in the field of enterprise and business engagement.
University of the Year - the first modern university to win the Times Higher award.
Founded on a rich past - Over 80 years of innovation in education.
One of the top UK universities for widening participation in higher education.
Investment - £200m on our friendly town campus at the heart of Middlesbrough.
Our students love it - 84% of our students are happy with the teaching on their course.
We're research active - with an international reputation for excellence in enterprise.
Our alumni have gone on to great things - Marek Reichman, Design Director for Aston Martin; Roger Shannon, Cannes award-winning film producer; Graeme Burnett, Senior Vice-President of Delta Airlines (formerly SVP of TOTAL Energy); Andy Ireland, renowned sports physiotherapist whose clients have included Grand Slam tennis star Andy Murray.
Investors in People Gold - one of only five UK universities to receive cross-University accreditation.
Tees Valley is one of the country's best kept secrets. We've got top surf, a national park on the doorstep plus unique shopping and culture, bars and famous clubs.
Given the mission, vision and character, the University has established a number of fundamental principles to inform and direct the future direction of its activities:
the primary importance of remaining autonomous and ‘financially viable’ in the increasingly turbulent UK higher education environment
retaining, and further reinforcing, Teesside’s character and status as a University (not a college or training company) that invests in, values and capitalises upon applied research, innovation and knowledge exchange
maintaining, and further enhancing the University’s position as a business facing and business engaged University
retaining a focus on excellence and the provision of the best possible student learning experience within the global context necessary for future success
providing opportunities for those individuals with the potential to succeed in higher education, and who wish to stay in the Tees Valley, to use access to higher education to enhance their contribution to the health, well-being and social, economic and cultural future of the area
maintaining, and celebrating our position as a people led organisation that recruits, values and invests in high quality staff.
At Teesside we seek to optimise and enhance the experience of staff, students, partners and external clients by:
encouraging and embracing diversity, equality of access, esteem and opportunity and actively opposing and eradicating prejudice
empowering individuals to develop themselves and enhance their contribution to the future aims and strategic direction of the University
communicating openly and effectively in all directions
being open, transparent, honest and reflective
valuing team-working and the expertise and the contribution of individuals
celebrating and promoting individual contributions and the achievements and wider successes of the University
working proactively and flexibly with all stakeholders and the wider community
working in partnership to welcome, own and adapt to change
fostering creativity, innovation and enterprise
being committed to sustainability and the protection of our environment
Benefit from opportunities to gain exemptions and accreditations from a wide range of professional bodies such as CIMA, ACCA, CMI, Skillset, The British Computer Society, most major engineering and scientific institutions, Forensic Science Society, Health and Care Professions Council, Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, LLB exemptions, The British Psychological Society and more.
Health & well-being
The well-being centre is a friendly and relaxing place where you can attend drop-in sessions, short courses and workshops, have a complementary therapy treatment or find out more about a particular health issue. Additional well-being services include the opportunity to obtain one-to-one nutritional advice or have a mini health check.
We provide a service to students who are visually impaired, hearing impaired, wheelchair users or people with mobility difficulties, medical conditions, autistic spectrum disorders, mental health services users and people with specific learning difficulties (for example, dyslexia). This list is not exhaustive.
Our finance advisers are available throughout the year to give you advice and information on money matters. Whether it's about tuition fees, grants, student loans or welfare benefits, we can offer guidance and help with any difficulties which arise.
The chaplaincy service is for everyone. We aim to encourage and help sustain a spiritual dimension to the lives of both staff and students of the University and bring about mutual understanding between those of different faiths and none.
Our confidential counselling service can support you through any personal or academic difficulties and develop constructive ways forward. We have a wide range of methods to help you, and professional counsellors are available on appointment. Full-time and part-time students are welcome.
Campus - finding your way around
We can't wait for you to feel part of our close-knit community. Teesside University campus is a people place and you will soon feel like you belong.
Take some time to have a look around campus and get your bearings, or use the virtual tour below before you get here to ensure you get the most out of our state-of-the-art facilities.
Many organisations offer scholarships or grants. Some of these might help you to study for a Master at Teesside University!