Teesside University

Teesside University

Top reasons to study here

  • Listed in Times Higher Education World University Rankings.
  • Over 90 years of innovation in education.
  • Join a dynamic community of students and staff from all over the world and graduate with a global network.



Founded as Constantine College, the institution was officially opened by the Prince of Wales, the future King Edward VIII, on 2 July 1930. The University has grown significantly in recent years. Teesside University has regional offices in China, India, Malaysia and Nigeria and a global network.


#AmbitionDeliveredToday As a student at Teesside University you will be part of an ambitious and enterprising community, which will provide you with international opportunities in a future-facing learning environment.

The innovative courses have been developed with global industry and societal challenges in mind.  Teesside University will support you to realise your potential. Together we will challenge expectations and push the boundaries of what is possible. Join us, and be empowered to graduate with the skills and knowledge to help shape the future.


Teesside University Research addresses complex, multi and inter-disciplinary through to highly focused discipline based research. 

Across five thematic areas, the Grand Challenges have adopted a collaborative and multifaceted approach which enables the research to cross traditional discipline boundaries and provide the fresh thinking needed to help address some of the biggest national and global 'Grand Challenges' society today faces.

The five thematic areas are:

  • Digital and Creative Economies.
  • Health and Wellbeing.
  • Learning for the 21st Century.
  • Resilient and Secure Societies.
  • Sustainable Environments.


Teesside University is ranked 1 of 42 UK universities for careers advice in the International Student Barometer Survey.  

Teesside University cares about your future. The University wants to give you opportunities to gain enterprise skills and work experience to give you the best possible start after you graduate. 

Student Futures advisers are available to help you with all aspects of your professional development. From planning your next steps, working out your career path, finding ways to get invaluable experience, or if you need help with a job application, the Student Futures team are available to advise.


Student services

Students can access health and wellbeing services, careers advice and digital and technical support via Student & Library Services team. International students looking for help in matters regarding visas, immigration, work permits, funding study, residency and settling can talk to the specialist international advisers.

Teesside University is ranked 1 of 42 UK universities for support in the International Student Barometer Survey.

Housing services

Teesside University is ranked 1 of 42 UK universities for accommodation access and accommodation costs in the International Student Barometer Survey. 

The University offers some of the best-value University-owned accommodation in the UK, located on campus or very close by. 

Library services

Teesside University is ranked 1 of 183 world universities for our physical library in the International Student Barometer Survey. Library services and help on working off campus is online

ICT services

Teesside University has a strong track record of innovation in teaching and learning, and has embraced cutting-edge digital technology to completely change the way that our students learn, Future Facing Learning.

The Future Facing Learning approach puts us in a really good place to deliver online elements of your study. Wi-Fi is available campus wide.

Medical services

A range of individual support services and advice is available via Student & Library Services team. Healthcare providers are a short walk from campus and you can register with a local doctor when you have enrolled. 

Student Life

Campus life

The campus is located in a multicultural town centre, with University buildings, accommodation and facilities within walking distance. It is part way through a £300m investment in the campus, creating new, modern spaces and a safe and friendly place for you to focus on your studies. 

A short walk from campus you will find a variety of shops and supermarkets. If you are missing your home food, you will also find many international supermarkets selling authentic products close to the University. Halal food is very easy to find.

Sports facilities

There is no shortage of beautiful open outdoor space for physical activity and wellbeing. Enjoy 100 acres of quiet green space in nearby Albert Park, just a short walk from campus. 

Climb nearby Roseberry Topping for breathtaking views of Teesside. Enjoy long walks in the North York Moors, one of the largest expanses of heather moorland in the UK. Discover the spectacular coastline, ancient woodland and historic sites of our picturesque region, accessible by public transport.

Student clubs

Teesside University is ranked 1 of 41 UK universities for the Students' Union in the International Student Barometer Survey.

Middlesbrough, England, United Kingdom

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