Teesside University International Study Centre is located on a friendly, central campus which welcomes students from all over the world.
Being based on a single-site campus is a great way to integrate into life studying abroad. Having everything situated in one place makes it easy to meet new friends and to find your way around so that you feel settled in quickly.
You will also find a home from home in the town of Middlesbrough. The University campus is located in the middle of this large town in the north-east of England, which you will be able to explore outside of your classes.
Get the most out of our wide range of facilities and take the stress out of deciding where to live by choosing on-campus accommodation. Affordable, comfortable and a popular choice among our students, you will have everything you need right on your doorstep.
We think you will soon be proud to think of Teesside as home.
Our recent £270 million investment in our campus means that you will benefit from a digitally enabled teaching and learning experience.
Some of the University’s world-class facilities include:
- £145 million of learning resources in our 24/7 library, with study spaces for individual, silent or collaborative learning, access to over 500 PCs and millions of learning resources
- A £13.2 million student life building where all our student-facing and wellbeing services are located
- The landmark Campus Heart development, which creates an iconic, vibrant, year-round outdoor space, hosting events and activities such as artisanal food markets, a Christmas reindeer parade and graduation celebrations
- An international Plus TATE gallery, mima, one of the UK’s leading galleries for modern and contemporary art which enables links between students and national and international artists and institutions
Get to know the campus before you arrive by checking out this interactive campus map.
Teesside University Students’ Union
The Students’ Union (SU) is the social centre of your time at university. The SU offers everything from social spaces, clubs and societies, to a student nightclub that’s seen some huge performers (Calvin Harris, Professor Green and Pendulum, to name just a few), to a jobs service to help you find part-time work.
SU Student Support provide confidential and independent advice on housing, money, course-related issues, personal problems and more.
The SU also employs students, giving you the opportunity to earn money and gain valuable work experience while you are still studying.
Wellbeing and support
Moving abroad to study can be a big adjustment. We have plenty of support available on campus, including:
- Advisors who can provide information on student funding, tuition fees, scholarships and welfare benefits
- A faith and reflection service which provides support and space for worship, meditation and prayer, including Muslim prayer rooms, plus events for students of all faiths and none
- A disability and mental health service which provides information and advice on entitlements, facilities, specialised equipment and accessibility
- A counselling service which provides a confidential space for you to talk through any issues that may be concerning you