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Building the foundations of successful careers
18 November 2014
Cecil M Yuill started work as a young chimney sweep before going on to build a hugely successful construction company – throughout his life he was committed to offering others the educational opportunities that he missed out on.

Former Teesside University business student Victoria Cartwright (front centre) and Tamsin Edwards (left) at the official opening of Lox of Love.Former Teesside students team up to launch exclusive hair extensions studio
10 November 2014
Two Teesside graduates have used what they learned at University to launch an exclusive hair extensions studio.

Bob Mortimer.Honorary degree a solo affair for one half of much-loved comedy duo
03 November 2014
Comedian Bob Mortimer will bring his unique brand of humour to Teesside University when he collects an honorary degree as part of this year’s graduation celebrations.

Teesside University's new teaching centreIconic building starts to take shape
29 September 2014
With the groundwork and foundations now complete, the next phase of building Teesside University’s £20m flagship teaching development is now underway.

The interns on the Clickscelerate programmeUnique internship scheme to find the tech entrepreneurs of tomorrow
15 September 2014
Teesside University has worked with a multinational technology firm on a unique internship scheme which has given students the chance to launch their own start-up companies.

Frances Moffatt at a recent book signing Graduate draws from artistic talent to launch career
01 September 2014
An illustrator who has transformed doodles into a creative art form is celebrating publication of her first book.

David Jeffries, Head of DigitalCityDigital entrepreneurs encouraged to apply for Fellowship scheme
22 August 2014
Entrepreneurs are being encouraged to apply for a scheme which has helped to found hundreds of digital businesses.

Christian Burgess pictured during his degree studies Study stays an important goal for footballer
21 August 2014
For footballer Christian Burgess, success in the classroom is as important as achievements on the football pitch.

Dr Michael Longfield.Teesside University’s very first Vice-Chancellor passes away
18 July 2014
Tributes have been paid to Teesside University’s first Vice-Chancellor who laid the foundations for the institution’s success.

John Churchill in the 1970’s.True son of the North East reflects on how education was the key to his success
15 July 2014
It has been almost 80 years since John Churchill graduated from Constantine Technical College. In that time he has fought in World War Two, spent time in POW camps, launched his own advertising business and emigrated to Canada. The 94-year-old still looks back on his time at Teesside with the fondest of memories and says he can’t believe how much the University has changed.

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