Our students, graduates and staff are internationally connected in work and community.
Here at Teesside we want to ensure all our students, graduates and staff have the skills and ability to work and live in a global environment.
We prepare our students for work in a global workforce whether they:
The University is internationally connected. We recruit students and staff from many places and backgrounds. We deliver courses all over the world and our students study abroad on exchanges.
As well as a community of over 1,800 students from overseas, there are a number of ways to learn with many cultures.
Our exchange programmes offer the chance to gain an international perspective on your studies as well learn new skills and develop yourself.
More about exchange programmes
Our international students are offered English language courses before they start and support once they are here.
More about English language support
Our Teesside language café offers a relaxed, friendly setting for anyone seeking an informal way of practising their spoken French, German or Spanish.
More about Teesside language café
Our graduates are working all over the world in a huge variety of vocations.
Graduate James Whittingham moved to Mumbai, India, as Head of New Investments for the Blenheim Chalcot Investment Group. He set up the company's Asia office in 2009 and has been there ever since.
Meet James Whittingham
Our Students' Union offers many fun and friendship events for all cultures and nationalities.
More about the Students' Union
The region offers a number of international festivals. There's Stockton's international riverside festival, a spectacular event showcasing performers from all over the world and Middlesbrough Mela which celebrates Asian culture.