A strong demand for Teesside computing graduates

Employers recognise our courses provide graduates with ‘real world’ skills relating directly to current industry practice – creating a strong demand for Teesside computing graduates.

Teesside's impressive reputation in computing is well established. We offer a unique combination of new technologies, industry links, effective work placements and traditional teaching skills to ensure you have a head start in finding employment. Our diverse portfolio of programmes ranges from the traditional software development and computing areas of the discipline through to IT for business, network systems and modern i-computing technologies.

Your learning experience are down to our expert staff, many of whom are involved in national and international research and development activities, giving you high quality, relevant teaching. They also have links with industry, which informs their teaching and makes sure we are delivering employable, industry-ready graduates.


Our facilities are very important. We have one of the best equipped computing schools in the country, with cutting edge hardware and software providing you with a world-class learning environment. We’ve got dedicated facilities for:

  • systems analysis
  • computer networks
  • artificial intelligence
  • computer music
  • modelling and visual programming
  • human computer interaction
  • e-commerce
  • .NET frameworks.

Work placements

Our work placements give you a fantastic opportunity to get real world, hands on experience improving your employment prospects and deepening your understanding of your subject. You may even win an internship within the industry at one of our award events.

Enterprise and entrepreneur support for graduates

As a graduate we can help you get started in business or help develop an idea, as we offer excellent support through various schemes. Our enterprise development programme offers a great range of opportunities, whether you plan to create a business or go into employment – new skills to help you achieve your goals.


You also have an opportunity to exhibit your work at our annual Expotees exhibition event, giving you a chance to showcase your work and network with leading industry figures and employers.
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Girls and gadgets

Although teenage girls are now using computers and the internet at rates similar to their male peers, they are still five times less likely to consider a technology related career. Our girls and gadgets computer conference is designed to get girls excited about using computers and destroy the myth that computers are for boys.
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Dr Andrew Perella, Programming Manager, Eutechnyx Limited

‘Eutechnyx is continually impressed by the quality of candidates we employ from Teesside University – they have the optimal mix of commercially required skills and creative acumen.’

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