Study at the Teesside University
Teesside University is a public university located in Middlesbrough in the northeast of England, with a satellite campus at Darlington. The university consists of five academic schools School of Computing, Engineering and Digital Technologies; School of Health and Life Sciences; School of Social Sciences, Humanities and Law; Teesside University Business School, and the MIMA School of Art and Design. There are specialist media facilities on campus including a convergent newsroom, broadcast news studios, multimedia publishing and computing suites.
Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, a contemporary art gallery in the centre of Middlesbrough, is run in partnership with Teesside University and has exhibited works from David Hockney and Tracy Emin.
- Established: 1992
- Students: 12,258 (2021)
- Intl. Student Ratio: 11 %
- Location: Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire
- Campus: One
- TEF Ranking: Silver
- THE Ranking: 81 in the UK ( 801 – 1000 in the World)
The Teesside University covers a broad range of subjects at foundation, undergraduate and postgraduate level. Find out more about what they offer and why it’s great to study at Teesside University.
- Computer Animation & Visual Effects
- Computer Games
- Computing & Web
- Forensic & Investigative Sciences
- Criminology & Sociology
- Early Childhood & Youth
- English & Creative Writing
- Home Design
- Construction & the Built Environment
- Policing & Investigation
- Life & Physical Sciences
- Media & Communications
- Nursing, Midwifery & Health Professions
- Social Work
- Sport & Exercise
- The Arts
According to Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings 2021, Teesside University is ranking at 801- 1000 in the world.
- Overall: n/a
- Teaching: 16.4
- Research: 11.7
- Citations: 43.2
- Industry Income: 33.7
- International Outlook: 54.5
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.
Campus Heart is the latest phase of investment in the Middlesbrough campus and has seen £30m of development in total. This development began in 2014 and includes the £20m building, The Curve which has a 200-seat lecture theatre and 1,476 square metres (15,890 sq ft) of teaching and learning space. It sits within a pedestrianised and landscaped area which is seen as a focal point to the campus.
- Teesside University Campus Middlesbrough,Tees Valley, TS1 3BX