United Kingdom
Teesside University
Teesside Institution, founded in 1930, is an open technical university affiliated with the University Alliance. Previously, the university was known as the Constantine Technical University. It was granted university status in 1992, and the degree programmes offered at the university were recognised by the University of London. Today, there are around 300 UG and PG programmes: Prospective students can select from 250+ UG degree and certificate programmes and 170+ PG degree programmes.

Cost of attendance

Tuition expenses for UG and PG courses range between 10 and 15 lakh INR. The university provides a multitude of scholarships for international students, ranging from 5,000 GBP (5 lakh INR).


Teesside University offers safe and cheap on-campus housing, with over 1,000 rooms in 7 resident halls all within a 5-minute walk of the university campus. On-campus housing costs between 58 GBP and 125 GBP per week. Monthly rent for off-campus housing ranges between 500 and 700 Pounds.

Acceptance rate

The university has a total of 11580 students enrolled. There are a variety of ways to learn alongside people from different cultures, in addition to a community of over 1,800 international students. The university has a 31% acceptance rate, making entry exceedingly difficult.


Darlington, the university's primary and newest campus, is located across 15,890 square feet of land. The campus provides housing for its students. It provides all of the facilities and services that students require. The Central Halls are the residential buildings. The university's administration authorities oversee and maintain the housing facilities. The campus provides a tranquil learning atmosphere. Thousands of books, research papers, periodicals, and technical e-books are housed in the library. There are also numerous restaurants, cafes, chemist shops, and department stores near the school. All necessary services are available to students. The university is easily accessible via public transportation.


Teesside is one of only a few universities in the UK to have been awarded the nationally recognised Customer First accreditation for its services to business.

Jobs and Placement

The university's graduation employment rate is fairly good, at 95 percent. Teesside University's career and employability team assists students in planning their future jobs by providing advice on interviews, job searches, and applications. They help students locate jobs, meet with employers on campus, and provide volunteer opportunities to develop experience. Several virtual events are arranged to meet employers offering employment and placements and to provide the most up-to-date advise on job search, applications, assessment centres, and interviews. Employees with a degree from the University of Teesside earn an average of 22 lakhs.

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