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Teesside is aiming to adapt a hybrid teaching model. This means welcoming students back to university in Semester 1, with on-campus and online options.
You can complete an optional work placement year as part of most degree courses at no extra cost. You can also develop your employability through live projects.
As always, Teesside is committed to maintaining a high-quality student and learning experience, while safeguarding everybody’s health, safety and wellbeing.
Teesside University is a friendly, modern university based on a campus in the heart of Middlesbrough in north-east England. Major investment by the university has resulted in a facilities-rich campus, which offers a range of courses and study options. An additional £300 million will be invested up to 2026 to further enhance the student experience.
Government guidance permitting, from September 2021 Teesside aims to adopt a hybrid teaching model. Students will be welcomed in Semester 1 with the expectation of spending some time on campus and some time learning online, in line with Government social distancing restrictions. Plans for on-campus teaching will prioritise modules or activities that can’t be delivered online, with the aim of enabling access to the specialist facilities and resources that are a key part of your education.