Teesside University

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Founded

1992

Description

Teesside University is a public university located in Middlesbrough in the north east 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.

Specific details

Category of Education Business and Economics, Technology and Engineering, Computer Sciense, IT and Communication, Medicine and Healthcare, Life Science and Biology, Social Science, Law, Physical Science, Arts and Humanities, Education, Psychology

Location

United Kingdom
Borough Road, Tees Valley, Middlesbrough , TS1 3BA, North East England, United Kingdom

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Although this institution is located in the North-East of England, which does not get much attention in mainstream politics, it has become the most techno-savvy institution in the United Kingdom. Whatever your course of study is, you are assured...

Although this institution is located in the North-East of England, which does not get much attention in mainstream politics, it has become the most techno-savvy institution in the United Kingdom. Whatever your course of study is, you are assured of having a digital and up-to-date approach to it. I liked the affordable tuition and the fact that it was situated far from the distractions of bigger cities. As one who is given to lots of research, this was a plus. I would gladly recommend Teesside University to anyone who wants to have an affordable higher education that makes them relevant for the ever-evolving labour market

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When I first started at Teesside University (in 2016), it was fun. I studied Tv and Film Production, so often we spent time filming and gaining hands-on experience. However, as the years progressed, the course itself got worse; not because of the...

When I first started at Teesside University (in 2016), it was fun. I studied Tv and Film Production, so often we spent time filming and gaining hands-on experience. However, as the years progressed, the course itself got worse; not because of the content, per se, but because of the constant changes in schooling and staff. In my second year, we moved to the computerised system (and part of the school of computing), which made our timetable terrible. We spent less and less time at uni and gaining those experiences with the equipment, which is a real bummer. It felt as though we had no time to do what we went there to accomplish. In the final year, it got to the point where I was on the bus to uni longer than I was actually in a lecture/seminar. We had a huge problem with lecturers leaving and being given subs that weren't really qualified to teach us in certain subjects. One of them was extremely passive-aggressive - which isn't something you want when you're stressed about your dissertation. That aside, the staff, in general, are very nice. One place I like is the student futures gang who have been an absolute lifesaver since graduating. The grounds are kept tidy and the food is nice. There's a nice selection of stuff available in the SU which is good. Overall, my experience at Teesside University could have been better, but it was pretty good nonetheless.

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Teesside University is a highly competent university with excellent standards of teaching and ample opportunity for student growth. The facilities at the Middlesbrough campus of the university are of a very high standard with a number of...

Teesside University is a highly competent university with excellent standards of teaching and ample opportunity for student growth. The facilities at the Middlesbrough campus of the university are of a very high standard with a number of different outlets, such as a twenty-four hour, multi-floor library, a student union building, a student support services building and several areas for leisure activities such as eating, drinking, and exercising for students who live at or away from the campus. There are several large, appropriately located accommodation blocks for students from domestic and international locations, with another in development at the time of writing this review. Teaching staff are helpful and supportive, making it easy for students to excel whilst also pushing them to do their best work at the same time. The university attracts a large range of students, with differing career aspirations from different backgrounds, creating a diverse environment with a very high success rate. All campuses are easy to get to from a number of locations, whilst students from the local area are encouraged to pursue careers close to home in order to boost the area’s economy. Overall, Teesside University is definitely worth the three or more years of study required to reach one’s career goal, with students emerging from their experiences at the school with bright futures ahead of them.

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I enjoy my lectures as they are engaging and relevant to my course and the career path I want to go down. The facilities are very up to date, ex the amount of computers in the library and the other buildings around campus. The only let down is...

I enjoy my lectures as they are engaging and relevant to my course and the career path I want to go down. The facilities are very up to date, ex the amount of computers in the library and the other buildings around campus. The only let down is that certain programs can not be ran from the library computers which is a bit annoying, ex Adobe . Campus is very open but buildings are only at the most 5 mins apart. Friendly staff and students, and a pretty decent night life

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