Teesside University has a proud history of learning and teaching stretching back over 90 years. Officially opened as Constantine Technical College to support Middlesbrough’s booming engineering and shipping industries in 1930, the college became a polytechnic in 1969 and then one of 14 new universities approved by the Privy Council in 1992. The University has five academic schools: MIMA School of Art & Design; School of Computing, Engineering & Digital Technologies; School of Health & Life Sciences; School of Social Sciences, Humanities & Law; Teesside University International Business School.
The university campus is located in central Middlesbrough in the North East of England.
Two Year Master's
The Master’s degrees are offered as either a one-year intensive Master’s programme, or as a two-year programme which includes Advanced Practice.
The one year programme is a great option for students who want to gain a traditional master's qualification, graduate and start on their career path within 12 months.
A two year Master’s Degree with Advanced Practice offers you the chance to enhance your qualification by spending one semester completing an internship, research or study abroad experience.
A Master’s degree with Advance Practice will allow you to maximise your development opportunities by:
applying your knowledge and skills in a real-world setting;
gaining valuable experience which will enhance your CV and make you more attractive to international employers;
enjoying a wider experience of study and culture in the UK and
benefiting from a summer vacation period when you can gain extra work experience, travel, or relax.