Postgraduate study

Business, Accounting, Marketing & Enterprise

In today's competitive and dynamic business environment, employers are looking for experience and business skills as well as academic qualifications.

Our courses are designed, with the help of students and local employers, to blend theory with practice which means you get the opportunity to develop the skills and knowledge that employers want giving you excellent career prospects when you graduate.

Make the most of your time with us with a variety of opportunities for example - you can study abroad, go on a work placement, become a student adviser, mentor or volunteer.

Your subject, your course

Elaine Fryett, Head of Department (Business Management), introduces our range of undergraduate courses.

Quality teaching

Our dedicated team of staff has a wide range of expertise across the professional, industrial and public sectors. They develop and maintain strong links with employers and professional bodies, such as the Chartered Management Institute, Chartered Institute of Marketing and the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, and contribute to an on-going research programme.

First-class facilities

The School is based in the Clarendon Building which is at the centre of the University's campus. It offers a high-quality learning and teaching environment which includes open access areas where you can meet with your fellow students or work on computers at your own pace.

Research

Evidence-based practice is at the heart of workforce development and our teaching at Teesside University Business School is underpinned by a strong research culture. Our staff have a variety of relevant and contemporary research interests including entrepreneurship, innovation, leadership, transformation and change, employee well-being and human resource development. We contribute to national and international conferences and peer-reviewed academic and practitioner journals. Our staff participate in a range of collaborative research projects, business forums and practitioner networks.