Higher Education Business Partnership
Teesside courses at your local college
The Higher Education Business Partnership (HEBP) is a collaboration between the University and the Tees Valley further education colleges. We have been working together for more than 15 years, allowing local and regional colleges to offer our courses. Most courses run at the colleges, but some are split between the University and college.
Except for accommodation and counselling, if you're on one of these courses you have access to our facilities. For more information contact 01642 384208.
T: 01325 503030
Darlington College website
Hartlepool College of Further Education
T: 01429 295000
Hartlepool College website
T: 01642 333333
Middlesbrough College website
Redcar & Cleveland College
T: 01642 473132
Redcar & Cleveland College website
Stockton Riverside College
T: 01642 865400
Stockton Riverside College website
The aim of the HEBP Sharepoint website is to act as a main resource of shared information amongst our partner Colleges. We hope to make working life more manageable by cutting down time spent looking for items such as forms, minutes and useful documents by bringing them together in a single place.
To access the HEBP SharePoint website you will need an associate account.
Obtaining an associate account
You need to fill out an associate user registration form, available from the Educational Partnerships team. You and your Head of Department will need to sign the form and send it back to Educational Partnerships. Once your form has been processed an associate account will be created and you will be sent your username and a password.
Please remember that your password will expire after three months if your account is not used.
To access the HEBP Sharepoint site from outside the University, simply use the following link - http://hebp.tees.ac.uk.
If you successfully complete an Access to Higher Education Diploma at one of the colleges in our higher education business partnership, we guarantee you a place on a degree programme. You must also achieve all programme-specific requirements (for example, a specific grade in Maths). This guarantee does not apply to Department of Health funded programmes.