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Teesside University is a public university located in Middlesbrough, England. It was founded in 1992 as a result of the merger of Teesside Polytechnic and Cleveland College of Art and Design. The university has over 20,000 students enrolled in a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
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Location: Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire in North East England
Total Students: 20,104
Percentage of International Students: 20%
- Teesside University is home to more than 18,000 students across undergraduate and postgraduate courses. It is also one of the largest employers in the region with nearly 2,500 staff.
- The University has five academic schools: MIMA School of Art & Design; School of Computing, Engineering & Digital Technologies; School of Health & Life Sciences; School of Social Sciences, Humanities & Law; Teesside University Business School
- £300m to be invested in the campus over the next ten years, taking spending on the campus infrastructure to over half a billion pounds in recent times – including a new business school, a student life building bringing all services under one roof at Middlesbrough and the National Horizons Centre in Darlington
- Expertise across five core Research Grand Challenge themes, addressing the biggest global issues of our time: Health & wellbeing; Resilient and secure societies; Digital and creative economy; Sustainable environments; Learning for the 21st century.
- Home to DigitalCity which has generated more than 200 new businesses, and is adding more than £170 million per annum to the Teesside economy
- Teesside Launchpad is on campus, an incubator and support service for start-up businesses. Through our on-campus business support services, our graduates have launched over 500 new businesses, creating nearly 700 jobs
- Career/employability. Many of our courses offer accreditation or opportunities to gain exemptions from the examinations of the relevant professional bodies
- Our alumni have gone on to work at organisations such as 22cans, ADP, Aston Martin, the BBC, British Aerospace, Delta Airlines, Disney, the Ford Motor Company, Framestore, Goldman Sachs, HSBC, Johnson Matthey, Microsoft, the NHS, Raleigh UK, Rolls-Royce, TEAGUE, Total, the United States Air Force Research Lab and Vodafone
- Working with businesses on Knowledge Transfer projects has resulted in over 650 additional jobs regionally and nationally
Teesside University’s research is focused on addressing five thematic areas.
In research, the university offers an array of routes of study resulting in the qualification of MPhil, PhD, MProf and DProf.
Teesside University has won seven National Teaching Fellowships.
The Students’ Union has won numerous accolades; it was named Students’ Union of the Year at the BEDA (Bar Entertainment and Dance Association) Awards in 2004 and Club Mirror Students’ Union of the Year in 2002, as well as finishing runner-up in the latter award in 2007. In 2002/2003, the Students’ Union also won the Sport England Volunteer Investment Programme Award, while the Union’s bar, The Terrace Bar, was awarded Best Bar None status in 2006 and 2008, overcoming competition from universities from across the two regions of the North East and Yorkshire before going on to win four Best Bar None Middlesbrough Awards 2009 recognising outstanding standards of staff training and strong focus on the safety of customers.
Teesside University provides accommodation in self-catered rooms which are mostly reserved for first year undergraduate students. Accommodation is also available for international students, postgraduates, staff and undergraduates.
The University has a range of managed residences (halls, houses and flats). Further places are available through the university managed housing scheme (properties owned by private landlords but managed by the University).
In 2015, the university acquired Teesside Central, adding 75 en-suite apartments to its accommodation portfolio. This accommodation is known as Central Halls.
Since its formation as Constantine Technical College in 1930, Teesside University has been located in the borough of Middlesbrough in the North Yorkshire area of England on the south banks of the River Tees. Transport links exist through the A19 and A66 roads. The University’s main entrance is at the site of the old Constantine College building, fronted by the Waterhouse clock tower.
The University opened its original Darlington campus in the former Eastbourne Secondary School in the Eastbourne area of Darlington. A new £13m Darlington campus opened in 2011 at Central Park. Today the Darlington campus is known as the Centre for Professional and Executive Development (CPED).
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