School of Science, Engineering & Design

Student views

Student satisfaction remains consistently high as evidenced by the independent National Student Survey results each year.

Tab 1
Jessica  Morgan

Jessica Morgan
BSc (Hons) Crime Scene Science

'I eventually hope to become a crime scene investigator and part of a British mass fatalities response unit.'

Jodie McArdle

Jodie McArdle
BSc (Hons) Crime Scene Science

I love being able to have a hands on role, to put theory learned in lectures into practice.

Peter Arnold

Peter Arnold
BSc (Hons) Applied Science and Forensic Measurement

'The studies were directly relevant to the world of crime scene investigation, as was the additional certificate that I studied for.'

Samuel Cadd

Samuel Cadd
MSc Forensic Science

'The teaching on my course was excellent and the number of visiting speakers and experts was impressive.'

Annette  Bostock

Annette Bostock
BSc (Hons) Crime Scene Science

Volunteering developed my confidence in working as part of a team and particularly in speaking in front of people.

Ronja Bergmann

Ronja Bergmann
BSc (Hons) Forensic Science

'Throughout my studies I obtained great support from my lecturers who were always very approachable and engaging. Their broad industrial background provided useful inside knowledge.'

Kelly Naisbett

Kelly Naisbitt
BSc (Hons) Applied Science and Forensic Investigation*

Emily  Kitching

Emily Kitching
BSc (Hons) Forensic Science

'I recommend Teesside University if you’re interested in forensic science. It’s hard work but I think it’s worth it.'

Samantha Gledhill
BSc (Hons) Crime Scene Science

'I would absolutely recommend the Crime Scene Science course as the lecturers and facilities are second to none.'

Mitesh Lakhani

Mitesh Lakhani
Graduated with honours in digital forensics

'My course at Teesside helped me prepare for a career in forensics – I learnt a vast amount. I’ve been able to use my knowledge and techniques in the real world of work.'

Tab 2
Craig Hoggett

Craig Hoggett
BSc (Hons) Process Biotechnology, 1997

Two things in particular have been so important to my subsequent career: the explicit training in research methods and writing up results; and a lot of practice in presentation skills.

Vincent Li

Vincent Li
Instrumentation and System Engineering

The course helped me to understand the basic principles of instrumentation and control engineering. I have been working in this field for more than 20 years.

Chinamano  Moyo

China Moyo
BEng (Hons) Electrical and Electronic Engineering (Extended)

'I have no doubt that my future is bright. There will be good job opportunities when I graduate with this impressive qualification.'

Muhammad Nawaz

Muhammad Nawaz
BEng (Hons) Chemical Engineering

I also benefited from a summer placement with Jacobs Engineering, a big local engineering company.

Balaji  Vasudevan

Balaji Vasudevan
MSc Petroleum Technology

'I would certainly recommend studying at Teesside University – the environment is really good with enough support from the tutors.'

Stephanie Udeogu

Stephanie Udeogu
BEng (Hons) Chemical Engineering

'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.'

Graham Lupton

Graham Lupton
BEng Tech (Hons) Electrical and Electronic Engineering

'It’s two years of hard work which will pay off in the long run.'

Chukwunonso Izundu

Chukwunonso Izundu
MSc Electrical Power and Energy Systems

'I plan to put the knowledge I've gained at university to good use improving power systems in Nigeria.'

Eid Algarni

Eid Algarni
PhD City Planning Engineering

'Gaining a PhD degree from a reputable British University such as Teesside, will help me achieve my dream of becoming an academic construction engineer who will significantly contribute to the field.'

Feras Abozaid

Feras Abozaid
MSc Civil and Structural Engineering

'Coming here was the best decision I ever made. My advice to anyone who wants to apply for Teesside University - don’t think twice about it.'

Tab 3
Lexy Sarginson

Lexy Sarginson
BSc (Hons) Biological Sciences

Teesside is good at getting you ready for a successful career within your specific field.

Callum Lilley

Callum Lilley
BSc (Hons) Chemistry

'I would definitely recommend Teesside University. The chemistry lecturers have an obvious passion for the subject and I learnt about different areas of chemistry.'

Jess McDermott

Jess McDermott
BSc (Hons) Biological Sciences

'My experience at Teesside has been the best four years of my life.'

Henny Folorunso

Henny Folorunso
MSc Forensic Science

'The six-week summer boost placement I did was one of a kind – I don’t think I would have the opportunities I have today without it.'

Sophie Jeffrey

Sophie Jeffrey
BSc (Hons) Human Biology

'I came to an open day, and the whole experience made it feel homely and welcoming.'

Celine Mahe

Céline Mahé
BSc (Hons) Process Biotechnology

'I really appreciated having so many opportunities at Teesside – there is lots of involvement with industry.'

Megan Todd

Megan Todd
BSc (Hons) Chemistry

'In this profession, there is only so far you can go without a degree. When I graduate, it will enable me to go deeper into research and progress further within the profession.'

Ben Hitchinson

Ben Hitchinson
BSc (Hons) Biological Sciences

'Teesside’s biological sciences degree really jumped out at me. Coming along to the open day was the deciding factor.'

Zoe Johnston

Zoe Johnston
BSc (Hons) Food and Nutrition

'After a tour of the University and facilities, and a warm reception from current students and lecturers, my heart was set on attending this university.'

Rebecca Storey

Rebecca Storey
BSc (Hons) Food Science and Engineering

'My course is really interesting as we get a mix of hands-on experience and the theory behind it.'