Teesside University seizes the crown as the UK’s leading Higher Education institution for working with business and last year received the Queen’s Anniversary Prize
The shining contours of Teesside University’s Curve building signify more than just a pretty face. The landmark building’s remit is to offer innovative social learning at the heart of the campus.
This flexible approach to education has earned it its place as the top North-East higher education institution for graduates securing professional and managerial-level jobs.
Teesside University also seizes the crown as the UK’s leading higher education institution for working with business and in 2014 received the Queen’s Anniversary Prize for work at worldclass level in the field of enterprise and business engagement.
Computing and digital expertise are hugely important here. The University is the fifth largest provider of computing degrees in the UK with research areas including Artificial Intelligence (AI), Interactive Systems, Formal Methods, Machine Intelligence, and Software Engineering.