About Teesside University
Teesside University transforms lives and economies through education enriched by research, innovation and business engagement. The University offers a range of high quality taught courses and research opportunities. In the last few years the University has invested more than £270m in its campus and facilities. An additional £300m will be spent over the next ten years to further enhance the student experience.
If you’re thinking about studying at Teesside University, head to one of its open days to find out more. It could be the university for you.
With its campus based in the centre of Middlesbrough, Teesside University is well connected to local and national transport links. Middlesbrough is a lively, multicultural town and has everything you need for study and leisure. With an impressive coastline and expansive countryside on its doorstep, Teesside is a great place to enjoy the outdoors.
Student choice is at the centre of Teesside University’s philosophy – lots of Teesside’s courses have flexible study options allowing you to fit your course around your other commitments. Teesside also engages closely with local, national and international businesses to ensure that its programmes offer industry recognised skills. Many of Teesside’s courses come with professional accreditation.
Recent investment in Teesside University’s campus includes a five-story, £20m teaching building with a 200 seat lecture theatre and flexible learning space. It also features a newly refurbished library and a £2.75m health and fitness centre. Teesside is number one in the UK for international student satisfaction (International Student Barometer 2016). It’s also listed in the Times Higher Education world university rankings 2017-18.
Choose Teesside University
Teesside University offers quality postgraduate study designed to give you the skills and knowledge needed to take you to the next level.
- Postgraduate study is an investment in your future – a postgraduate degree at Teesside is worth on average £200,000 extra in lifetime earnings (The Sutton Trust).
Teesside University offers a broad portfolio of taught academic courses. You learn through formal lectures and interactive seminars as well as project and assignment work, and vocational practice. Depending on the course you choose, you could be testing your knowledge in a specialist lab, filming or recording in Teesside’s on-site studios or undertaking a placement in a clinical or industrial setting.
There are many leading researchers at Teesside, in areas as varied as virtual environments, rehabilitation, nanotechnology, history, criminology and sociology. With five research institutes Teesside University has a clear focus on research development and building on its research excellence in key areas.
January 2018 entry
- £4,590 for a full-time taught postgraduate degree (MA/MSc) or £510 per 20 credits for part-time
- £10,250 for a one year Master of Business Administration (MBA)
- £13,350 (£6,675 per annum over two years) for a two year Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Some specialist courses are charged differently, with a non-standard fee. This fee is listed on the relevant course page – please visit the University’s website for details.
A different fee and funding structure exists for health degree tuition fees. Please visit the University’s postgraduate fees page for details.
September 2018 entry
- £5,050 for a full-time taught postgraduate degree (MA/MSc) or £561 per 20 credits for part-time
- £6,120 (£3,060 per year) for a two year full-time postgraduate degree (MA/MSc)
- £3,365 for a full-time postgraduate diploma (PgDip) or £561 per 20 credits for part-time
- £1,685 for a full-time postgraduate certificate (PgCert) or £561 per 20 credits for part-time
- £6,000 for a full-time research degree (higher tier*) or £3,000 for part-time
- £4,400 for a full-time research degree (standard tier) or £2,200 for part-time
The research degree writing up fee for 2018-19 is £650**.
Some specialist courses are charged differently, with a non-standard fee. See the relevant course page on the University’s website for details.
*Higher tier fees are charged for MPhil and PhD study based in the School of Science, Engineering & Design to reflect the higher costs of these disciplines. The fee applicable will be clearly stated in your offer letter.
**See the University’s postgraduate fees page for further details.
Teesside University offers a 10% postgraduate tuition fee discount (part-time or full-time) for some students – see the University’s postgraduate fees page for eligibility criteria.
The University offers a range of scholarship options. See the scholarships page for information. Teesside’s postgraduate funding page also provides lots of information about funding options.
Following a recent £270m investment in its main campus, Teesside University has a five-story £20m teaching building containing a 200 seat lecture theatre and 1,476 square metres; of flexible teaching and learning space. This landmark building stands in the heart of the campus, surrounded by the University’s award winning Students’ Union and a newly refurbished library. Teesside is also investing an additional £300m over the next ten years to further enhance student experience.
Teesside University’s four-storey library has 1,300 places for individual and group study, access to over 40,000 books and 29,500 journals, over 400 PCs and specialist academic librarians for each subject area. The University also has a dedicated postgraduate lounge.
As well as the teaching and study space, the health and fitness centre offers state-of-the-art cardiovascular and resistance areas, multipurpose studios and a sauna and steam room.
For entry to postgraduate certificates (PgCert), postgraduate diplomas (PgDip) or a master's degree at Teesside you usually need one of the following:
- at least a 2.2 honours degree in a related subject
- a post-experience or professional qualification
- equivalent qualifications.
Have a look here at the requirements for a research degree.
If you have any questions or want to discuss applying, call the admissions number given on the course page of the programme you’re interested in. You can find out more about the application process here.
Meet the students
Oliver Bekarma has been funded by a local NHS Trust during his three-year postgraduate training for his doctorate in clinical psychology.
Clare Cheverall has gained excellent research skills through her exploration into Jane Austen as part of her English PhD.
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