Your frequently asked questions

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Studying with us

  • What programmes are available?

    We currently offer a range of pathway programmes leading to both undergraduate and postgraduate study at Teesside University. You can choose the right programme for you based on your previous education, English level and progression aims. We also offer online programmes you can study from anywhere in the world.

  • Are programmes on-campus or online?
    For the 2021/22 academic year, teaching will take place through a blend of virtual and face-to-face learning. If you are unable to travel to the UK, you have the option to start your studies virtually from home (subject to University approval). Check our pre-arrival page for the most up-to-date information.


  • Where is Teesside University?

    Teesside University is located in Middlesbrough, in the North East of England. You can find out more information on our location here.

  • What is student life like?

    There is a strong and friendly community on campus at Teesside, as well as friendly locals in Middlesbrough town. You can find out more information on our student life page.

  • Why should I choose Teesside?

    If you are an ambitious student focused on your future career, and want your learning experience to reflect that, then the future-proofed, practical learning experiences available on Teesside’s curriculum will appeal to you.


  • What are the entry requirements?

    You will need to have an overall IELTS score of 5.5 to study the International Year One programme. You can find more detailed entry requirements here.

  • When do applications open?

    Applications are now open. To submit your application please click here.

  • How do I apply?

    We have a fast and simple online application form for students interested in studying with us. We also have a team of expert Student Enrolment Advisors ready to help you. There is more information on the application process on our how to apply page.


  • What accommodation options are available?

    There are a range of accommodation options available for International Study Centre students, including:

    • Cornell Quarter: £125 a week
    • Central Halls: £110 a week
    • King Edward’s Square: from £105 a week
    • Woodlands Halls: £85 a week
    • West Parkside Village: £80 a week
    • East Parkside Village: from £70 a week
    • Parkside Hall: £65 a week

    Learn more about the accommodation options.

  • How much is accommodation?

    We offer accommodation options from £65 per week – with competitive prices for every budget.

  • How do I apply for accommodation?

    After applying to the International Study Centre, our Student Enrolment Advisors will be able to help you choose and apply for your accommodation.

Still have questions?

Complete our online form to ask any questions you have about studying at the International Study Centre.

Join us today

Our student enrolment advisors are available to answer your questions and help you with your application. We can’t wait to meet you.