We are an ambitious and enterprising university for a focused and pragmatic global new generation. We provide real opportunities and support to realise potential on a campus fit for the future and around the world.
From developing outstanding degree apprenticeships tailored to industry to addressing the societal challenges on a global scale, our work is always relevant and purpose-driven. We value education and research which is innovative, creative and supports the development of solutions to real world challenges.
We work with individuals and businesses to develop solutions that deliver ambition today.
We believe in the power of education to transform lives and that people from all walks of life, who have the talent to succeed, should have the opportunity to experience higher education. We put our students at the heart of everything we do.
We are a high-performing global institution, committed to delivering an outstanding student and learning experience.
As an anchor institution and economic engine, we work in partnership with local organisations and businesses, contributing to our region in a way many universities aspire to.
Professor Paul Croney
Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive
Building on the success of Teesside 2020, the new Corporate Strategy: Ambition Delivered Today, sets out a bold future for the institution over the next five years, driving academic achievement and delivering excellence for our students, partners and society.Find out more
The University has seven core values:
Teesside University’s commitment to digital teaching and learning has seen it become recognised as an Apple Distinguished School.
Teesside University’s continuing commitment to developing and supporting its employees has once again been rewarded with a prestigious Investors in People (IiP) Gold award.
Teesside University has been named University of the Year for Social Inclusion in an influential national league table.
A new report highlighting the positive impact of international students has shown that just one year’s intake is worth over £240m to the Tees Valley economy
ADVANCE SCHEME INVESTMENT
LAST 5 YEARS
Over £132m, from cash reserves, invested in our campuses
> SECURED DEBT <
of 1% of total income
SERVICES AND FACILITIES SPEND
Through our on-campus business support, our 560+ graduates have launched over 560 new businesses.
human capital impact is estimated to be
Figures taken from the Teesside University Economic Impact Study: Summary report for the period 2018/19, produced by New Skills Consulting in January 2020. Find out more.