• Meet Terry Doherty
    BSc (Hons) Paramedic Science (Top up),

    The course was well organised, with a clear pathway through the programme.

  • Meet Helen Inch
    BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing Studies

    I enjoyed all my practice placements and felt they helped me to develop my confidence, knowledge and abilities.

  • Meet Derek Benn
    postgraduate modules in healthcare

    The subject of transformational leadership was very relevant to my area of work, so it was easy to relate my learning to my work.

  • Meet Sophie Suri
    PhD research

    The work is novel and has the potential to improve clinical care – a very exciting project and team to be part of.

  • Meet Emma Mead
    PhD research

    A PhD is definitely a worthwhile qualification, it gives you the chance to develop your research skills, preparing you for a career in research.

  • Meet Rebecca Kranz
    MSc Diagnostic Radiography

    The clinical placements were excellent, and allowed the students to really get stuck-in and gain hands-on experience, which is the best way to learn the practical aspects of the job.

 

Jo Kelsey, Diane Wallace and Julie Scott, nursing staff at the Friarage Hospital Children’s Unit in Northallerton. Three degrees of celebration for nursing staff
Three nurses who work and studied together are now due to graduate at the same time from Teesside University’s School of Health & Social Care.

 
 

In pictures

  • Centuria Building . Link to Centuria Building .
  • Centuria Building . Link to Centuria Building .
  • Centuria South. Link to Centuria South.
  • Child nursing . Link to Child nursing .
  • Midwifery. Link to Midwifery.
  • Excellence in learning and teaching . Link to Excellence in learning and teaching .
  • Social Work. Link to Social Work.
  • Physiotherapy . Link to Physiotherapy .
  • Physiology laboratory . Link to Physiology laboratory .
  • Radiography students. Link to Radiography students.
  • Examination of Newborn conference. Link to Examination of Newborn conference.
 
 

Why study here?

  • Social work at Teesside University is in the UK's top ten, according to the Guardian's university guide for 2014.
  • Physiotherapy, radiography, nursing and social work scored above 90% for student satisfaction - all above the national average (National Student Survey 2014).
  • Midwifery - 100% of our students were in a professional and managerial role after six months of completing their degree (HESA Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education Survey 2012).

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