The university has over 150 different courses available for undergraduates. They also have a lot of courses that offer a placement year, also known as a year in industry. Opting for a course with a year in industry can offer you valuable workplace experience, develop your professional skills and ultimately make you more employable.
Teesside University also offers many of their undergraduate courses for part-time study. For students with families, or work commitments, a part-time degree offers the flexibility to study alongside their other responsibilities.
At Teeside, there’s also the opportunity to study HNCs as well as traditional bachelors degrees. HNCs take one year to complete (or two years if studied part-time) and are designed to prepare you to enter the workplace with a trade-based qualification. They are equivalent to the first year of a bachelors degree.
The university also offers a range of degree apprenticeships, combining workplace experience with classroom learning. These qualifications offer students free tuition as fees are covered by the employer and government and also allows you to earn a salary while you study.
At Teesside University International Business School we're proud to do things differently. We're a modern, enterprising and dynamic business school offering a blend of academic excellence, entrepreneurial thinking and real-world orientation. Through entrepreneurship education, we develop leaders with the skills, knowledge and mindset to make a real, practical difference to people's lives and the success of businesses, economies and societies. Our courses cover the full range
Criminology & Law Our master’s courses in criminology and law focus on crime, its causes, responses by law enforcement, methods of prevention, social phenomenon, crime control, state crime, and criminal and restorative justice. Our criminology courses have been developed in response to the need of statutory, voluntary and private organisations involved in developing crime reduction strategies. You develop expertise in theory, method and research as well as a broad understanding
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