• Meet Stephanie Odeogu
    BEng (Hons) Chemical Engineering

    I enjoy different things about my course, but I think the most interesting thing is the projects that I do. My course is a really project based, which you don’t really get at other universities.

    I enjoy different things about my course, but I think the most interesting thing is the projects that I do. My course is a really project based, which you don’t really get at other universities. We have 6-7 weeks of research to pick a topic then you have an intensive week where you work in a real company, doing real projects and working towards a deadline. It is difficult but it gives me the opportunity to go into these companies and prove I can do it.

  • Meet Kumu Kumar
    BEng (Hons) Chemical Engineering, 1994

    It is great to see the University is still doing incredible things working with business and industry.

    It is great to see the University is still doing incredible things working with business and industry.

  • Meet Thana Noor
    PhD research

    This new approach should save money and labour so it will be a big improvement.

  • Meet Charlotte Gibb
    HNC Civil Engineering

    I enjoy the variety of learning that the course provides.

  • Meet Harry Tanfield
    BEng (Hons) Civil Engineering

    'The support I get is world class.'

    'The support I get is world class. Everything is catered for, from strength and conditioning to physiological testing and injury support.'

 

Ben Dannatt (front) with Barry Goulden and Professor Gary Montague. Internship proves to be a ‘game-changer’ for Durham company
A North-East company is being helped to access millions of pounds of potential new business thanks to an internship programme being run by Teesside University.

 
 

In pictures

  • Crime Scene Laboratory. Link to Crime Scene Laboratory.
  • Crime Scene. Link to Crime Scene.
  • Vehicle Examination Laboratory. Link to Vehicle Examination Laboratory.
  • Forensic Genetics. Link to Forensic Genetics.
  • Refurbished Science Laboratories. Link to Refurbished Science Laboratories.
  • Nanotechnology. Link to Nanotechnology.
  • Nanotechnology - Clean Room. Link to Nanotechnology - Clean Room.
  • Disaster Management. Link to Disaster Management.
  • Materials Suite & Heavy Structures Laboratory. Link to Materials Suite & Heavy Structures Laboratory.
  • Digital Evidence Lab. Link to Digital Evidence Lab.
  • Orion Building - Chemical Engineering & Biotechnology Laboratories . Link to Orion Building - Chemical Engineering & Biotechnology Laboratories .
  • Mock Court Room. Link to Mock Court Room.
  • Mock Police Station. Link to Mock Police Station.
 
 

Why study here?

  • We are the first UK university to be awarded the Skillsmark quality endorsement for a Crime Scene Science degree.
  • 100% of our food and nutrition, and applied chemistry graduates were in work or study within six months of graduating (Destinations of Leavers of Higher Education survey, 2011-12)
  • We're in the heart of one of the UK's most important engineering regions with undergraduate and postgraduate programmes developed in close collaboration with industry
  • 80% of General Engineering recognised internationally and internationally excellent, 2008 Research Assessment Exercise.

Orion building

Watch a fly through video showcasing how the multi-million pound investment in the School of Science & Engineering’s Orion building will look. Find out more

 
 
mentoring scheme

Professional mentoring scheme

We are seeking volunteer mentors to share their expertise with our undergraduate students.
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Postgraduate study

We have postgraduate study opportunities in:

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Crime scene

Crime, Forensic and Policing

Approved by the College of Policing, we offer courses in crime, forensic investigation and policing.
Our training opportunities