Teesside University provides accommodation in the form of self-catered rooms. These are mostly reserved for first year undergraduate students, but are also available for international and postgraduate students.
The University also has a range of managed residences (halls, houses and flats). Nearby private accommodation is very budget-friendly.
The University has five academic schools: MIMA School of Art & Design; School of Computing, Engineering & Digital Technologies; School of Health & Life Sciences; School of Social Sciences, Humanities & Law; Teesside University Business School.
£300 million is to be spent on improving and expanding the University's campus between 2017–2027, so this is an exciting time to be a student at Teesside University. Alongside the gym and Student's Union, The Student Life Building contains services designed to further improve the student experience and promote well-being.
The on-campus library has over 500 computers and millions of books, journals and databases available to students.