Fees and scholarships for 2012
Teesside University has confirmed that its tuition fees for 2012 now start at £7,450.
Fees for full time undergraduate degrees will range from £7,450 to £8,450 a year depending on the subject.
Vice-Chancellor Professor Graham Henderson CBE, said: ‘I am very pleased that the Office for Fair Access has approved our Access Agreement.
‘Our revised agreement strengthens further our ability to ensure that higher education at Teesside University remains both accessible and affordable.
‘The future success of our economy is dependent on people having much higher levels of skills than in the past and I am delighted to be able to say, that as a result of the revisions that we have made, we are hopeful that we will be able to provide even more higher education opportunities than we do at the present time.
‘And, importantly, higher education study will, in future, require no up-front payment at all. I believe that we have constructed an attractive package for students which will allow everyone with the ability to do so to take advantage of higher education at Teesside.’
Full time foundation degrees, HNDs and other qualifications below degree level will cost £5,500 per year.
Teesside is also offering 200 one year National Scholarships which comprise a £3,000 fee waiver and £1,000 cash contribution to living costs. Plus 350 extra scholarships which will be in the form of a £1,500 fee waiver for each year of study.
05 December 2011
In the News
University fee cuts welcomed
Darlington & Stockton Times 9/12/2011, p.17
Teesside University has decided to lower its tuition fees in a bid to provide extra places and potentially save undergraduates nearly GBP1k per year. The move has been welcomed by students.
University fee cuts welcomed by students
Darlington & Stockton Times, 09/12/2011, p.17
Students are pleased about a move by Teesside University to lower its tuition fees, which will allow it to bid for extra places and provide a potential discount of £1,000 a year.
University has risen to the challenges
Evening Gazette, 12/12/2011, p.7
Teesside University Vice-Chancellor Professor Graham Henderson discusses the University's recent progress. He states that the University is rising to the current challenges in higher education, including that of student funding.
Fees cut for uni students
Hartlepool Mail, 03/12/2011, p.3; ITV 1, 03/12/2011; BBC 1 Look North, 06/12/2011
Teesside University has confirmed that its tuition fees for 2012 start at £7,450. The University says it has increased the number of scholarships available and reduced the average cost of the course by an average of £1,000.
Daily Mail, 03/12/2011, p.55; Northern Echo, 03/12/2011, p.1; The Times, 03/12/2011, p.38; The Times Online, 03/12/2011; The Journal, 03/12/2011, p.17; The Daily Telegraph, 03/12/2011, p.13; Northeast Journal (Web), 03/12/2011;
Teesside University has decided to cut its tuition fees making hundreds of students potentially, £1,000 per year better off.