To achieve wide recognition regionally, nationally and internationally as being among the top UK institutions for higher education for:
a real and ongoing commitment to social inclusion and widening access to higher education
pursuing excellence and seeking to enhance academic standards and the quality of the student learning experience
contributing to the economic, social and cultural success of the Tees Valley and to the wider regional, national and international communities we serve.
It's a fact...
It's an honour ...
Over 86.1% of undergraduate leavers from full-time courses were in either work or further study, according to the 2005-06 Destination of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) report.
Nearly 60% of students are on courses in academic areas where the teaching provision has been rated as excellent by the national higher education quality watchdogs.
Teesside was the only modern university in North East England to gain a 5 in the last Research Assessment exercise - this was for Historical Research.