Teesside University is one of the largest coeducational higher education institutions in the UK. It is ranked number 1 in the world for its physical library by the International Student Barometer Survey 2019.
Teesside University was established in the year 1930 as Constantine Technical College. It has now completed 80 years as a leading university in the UK.
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Teesside University is located in the heart of Middlesbrough, England.
Teesside University is one of the 5 universities in the UK that has received cross-university accreditation. It is also chartered by the British Privy Council. BCS, CIBSE, CIHT, IED, RAeS, SOE, and TWI are some of the accreditations given for Teesside.
For admission into undergraduate programs at Teesside University, the minimum entry score required is 65% in class 12th from all state boards. Students must also provide a valid English proficiency score.
Teesside University is an innovative institution that provides courses in subjects of science, art, industry, politics, medicine, and entertainment. They have around 1,800 international students from 107 countries around the world. The Honorary graduates of Teesside include BBC business journalist Bob Mortimer, comedian Rob Smedley, and Paralympian and parliamentarian William Tillyer. It has separate designated schools for each area of academic study. Every school has dedicated staff to help the students in their studies. The academic schools at Teesside University are:
Teesside University offers some leading world-class and technology-equipped modern facilities. These facilities cater to students studying courses in engineering, science, forensics, health, law, creative arts, media, and technology. Some of the facilities provided at Teesside University are:
Teesside University also provides a range of scholarship opportunities for international students based on their academic merit, professional experience, and diversity. Some of the scholarships provided to international students at Teesside are:
Teesside University makes sure that the students have all the guidance and support needed while studying at the campus. They take care of additional needs in academics, health, or general counseling. Some of the support services provided at the Teesside are:
Teesside University delivers bright, modern, and technologically adept learning environments to its students making sure that they have an enhanced experience. Some of the major features of the library at Teesside are:
Teesside University has 11,580 students enrolled on its campus. They have a diverse campus with a male-female ratio of 40:60. They have around 1,800 international students from 107 countries around the world.
Teesside University has consistently ranked high among UK universities in terms of student satisfaction and employability factors. It has been consistently ranked high by the world university league tables. Some of the Teesside University world rankings are:
|Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020||801-1000|
|Times Higher Education Young University Rankings 2018||151-200|
|International Student Barometer 2018||199|
|Stonewall top 100 most LGBT-inclusive employers in Britain 2020||40|
For admission into undergraduate programs at Teesside University, the entry requirements are:
For postgraduate programs:
The tuition fee at Teesside University is usually charged for the full course of the programs. Discounts scholarships do not apply to any non-standard fees mentioned on the university website. The average tuition for a full-time undergraduate course is £13,000 for courses starting in September 2021. The average tuition fees for international students at Teesside University is given below:
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The applicants can use two methods to apply to undergraduate programs at Teesside University. One can either apply directly at the university website for the course of their choice or they can apply through the UCAS. Alternatively, the candidates can also apply through one of the local representatives in their country. The application deadline for international applications to Teesside University is shown below:
Apart from the program fees, there are additional expenses for students while studying at any university in the UK. For Teeside, the students require approximately £1,015 a month for living costs for the duration of their program. Given below are the average accommodation and application fees at Teesside University:
The admissions at Teesside occur in two terms- January and September. The full-time course fees for the September 2021 intake for the international students at Teesside University are given below:
Course Fees: $10632 - $18007
Course Fees: $20020
Course Fees: $18007
Course Fees: $18000
Course Fees: $18000
Teesside University can be contacted on their telephone number 01642218121 or on their email id [email protected] The location and other contact details of Teesside University are given below: