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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.

Your subject, your course

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

More about Business, Accounting, Marketing & Enterprise

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.

Courses available as a one-year degree top-up for holders of a HND or equivalent
  Course title Qualification Full-time Part-time  
Airline and Airport Management (Top-up) BA (Hons) Yes No View course
Business and Enterprise (Top-up)* BA (Hons) No Yes View course
Business Finance and Accounting (Top-up) BA (Hons) Yes No View course
Business Management BA (Hons) Yes Yes View course
International Business Management (Top-up) BA (Hons) Yes No View course
International Business with Human Resource Management (Top-up) BA (Hons) Yes No View course
International Business with Marketing (Top-up) BA (Hons) Yes No View course
International Tourism Management (Top-up) BA (Hons) Yes No View course
Foundation degrees
  Course title Qualification Full-time Part-time  
Aviation and Tourism FdA Yes No View course
Business Management FdA No Yes View course

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Degree types explained

* Subject to University approval


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.

Excellent prospects

As well as offering you an excellent study experience, Teesside University offers a number of other exciting opportunities which could help you enhance your employment prospects.

Between Years 2 and 3 of your study for a bachelor's degree you could go out on work placement with an organisation, giving you the opportunity to put theory into practice. Or you could spend a year studying abroad at one of our American or European partner universities. Many of our European partner institutions offer modules in English, and European exchanges are particularly attractive as you are also normally eligible for an Erasmus grant to help with travel and living costs. If you complete the year abroad successfully, you will be awarded 'with International Study' in your degree title. Our highly successful Business Clinic brings students together with employers to solve real problems.

Whatever you decide to do, you can be sure that at the end of your time with us, you will leave better equipped to enter the jobs market.