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Science & Environment

The impact of science on human health and the environment makes front page news almost daily.
From exploring the human genome to developing new treatments for cancer, to climate change, to diet and nutrition, our understanding of all aspects of science is developing rapidly prompting the need for qualified professionals.

A science and environment degree at Teesside University - whether it's related to biology, chemistry, environmental science, food science or nutrition - will prepare you for an exciting and rewarding career.

That is because at Teesside, our focus is on your career path, not just your graduation day. Our courses provide a high level of academic education combined with development of a wide range of practical skills. We emphasise team projects, problem solving and real-world case studies. We help blend theory and knowledge in the context of business, society and the environment - developing the skills employers value most.

Teesside University is close to some of the most advanced pharmaceutical, biotechnological, chemical and food processing companies in the world, as well as major NHS trusts. By fostering close links with regional and national businesses, and involving employers and professionals in the development and delivery of our courses, we ensure that our students, in addition to gaining an in-depth knowledge of their subject, also develop the skills to apply it with confidence to real-world situations, thus substantially improving their employment prospects.

The core philosophy behind all our undergraduate degree courses is to 'develop the problem solvers, innovators and leaders of the future'.

Microscopy laboratory

Here at Teesside we have world-class facilities, including our microscopy laboratory, it's a 360 video so have a scroll around.

International foundation year
  Course title Qualification Full-time Part-time  
International Foundation Year (Science and Engineering) Yes No View course

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