Student Recruitment

Widening Participation Committed to equality and diversity

Promoting equality and diversity.

Teesside University is committed supports those with disabilities or special education needs before and during study with us.

We offer support for students, Special Educational Needs (SEN), Black, Minority and Ethnic Groups (BME) and Looked-after children and care leavers (LAC). View more information on these provisions using the links below.

Student Support

We offer students support with Student Accommodation, Finance and Funding along with Careers and Employability.

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Special Educational Needs (SEN)

Teesside University is committed to promoting equality and diversity and supports those with disabilities or special education needs before and during study with us.

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Black, Minority and Ethnic Groups (BME)

Teesside offers a range of events, activities and information to help alter these patterns.

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Looked-after children and care leavers (LAC)

We offer a range of activities and support to looked-after children, care leavers and their care workers.

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Access Agreement

All publicly funded universities and colleges in England must have an access agreement approved by the Office for Fair Access (OFFA).

Teesside University's 2017-2018 Access Agreement sets out our commitment to widening participation and improving access to view this and our Access Agreement for 2018-2019 use the links below.
  View our Access Agreement for 2017-2018 (pdf - 1mb)
  View our Access Agreement for 2018-2019 (pdf - 1mb)