Teesside University Business School offers accreditation or exemptions from a range of professional bodies including the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA), Chartered Management Institute (CMI) and Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).
The university built strong links with leading global organisations including the Bank of England, Hyper Island, Kaplan and TEDx. We also work closely with regional partners such as the North East Chamber of Commerce, Darlington Building Society and Middlesbrough FC.
These much-coveted awards are part of the UK’s national honours and are the most prestigious form of national recognition for excellence in higher and further education. The Prizes recognise outstanding work at world-class level and are awarded biennially to only a handful of universities and colleges across the UK, allowing us to proudly use the Prizes logo for a period of four years to signpost our excellence to current and future partners, staff and students. As a national honour the awards are approved by Her Majesty The Queen. The prizes scheme is administered by the Royal Anniversary Trust and was established in 1990 with the approval of The Queen and all-party support in Parliament. The assessment process is overseen by the Trust which makes the final recommendations to the Prime Minister for advice to The Queen. Working creatively with employers, we tackle real world challenges, fully recognising, and committed to developing, the relationship between student learning, research, knowledge transfer and business engagement, each informing the other, for the benefit of staff, students, businesses and the social, economic and cultural development of the region.