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Teesside University

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Overview of Teesside University

Teesside University was granted complete college status in 1992 and is located in Middlesbrough in the north-east of England. 20,000 full-time and part-time students are currently registered and it was the first contemporary university to win the Times Higher Education Award. Since 1992, nine National Teaching Fellowships have been awarded for excellence in teaching quality. Teesside University received the Queen’s Anniversary Prize in 2013 for excellent work in the field of enterprise and company commitment.

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Teesside University is situated in North Yorkshire, Middlesbrough. Investments in the city center and campus for millions of pounds have developed an exciting atmosphere for today’s students, with the increasing growth of nearby colleges contributing to a rise of student-friendly bars and restaurants. The town has a range of cultural attractions including the site of the Institute of Modern Art in Middlesbrough. Middlesbroughe is surrounded by beautiful scenery and coastlines as well as the Airport of Durham Tees Valley (20km away) and the Newcastle International Airport (with less than 80km away) flight from London and Amsterdam.

  • Vera Baird QC, former Member of Parliament for Redcar 
  • Stephen Uppal, actor in Hollyoaks (BA (Hons) English Studies in 2002)
Fun Facts
  • Captain James Cook was born in Middlesbrough. Who? Oh, he only found Australia, no less. All in a couple of months of job!
  • Teesside University is one of the world's leading digital animation classes. Forget about Pac Man and Tetris, here you'll learn about the next Angry Birds or Grand Theft Auto. Close the curtains and make a night out!
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