5 motivational studygram accounts to follow

Aaahh studygram – my Instagram happy place. It’s where stationery addicts, mind map enthusiasts and revision extraordinaires come together to share study tips, organisation advice and encouragement. And as the academic year comes to a start, and we students turn our attention to impending lectures, assessments and exams, that’s exactly what we’re looking for. So, … Continue reading “5 motivational studygram accounts to follow”

Unpacking my summer abroad in Prague

A summer abroad calls for students at this time of year, and Teesside University’s exciting programmes provide opportunities to explore new places, boost skills, build friendships and make some core memories.  Here, we join journalism student Ella as she unpacks her trip to Prague…  Guest blog: Ella Wilson Ella recently embarked on a new adventure … Continue reading “Unpacking my summer abroad in Prague”

Music studies culminate in a high note for Matty

Thousands of graduates crossed the stage recently at Teesside University to celebrate academic success at the annual graduation ceremonies. This year the graduates rubbed shoulders with renowned television architect George Clarke and leading figure in the UK chemical industry Paul Booth, who became Honorary Graduates. And among the thousands of graduates who are now embarking … Continue reading “Music studies culminate in a high note for Matty”

9 photo ops to help you capture graduation

Class of 2023 – you’re finally here. Your hard work has brought you to your graduation ceremony, and we can’t wait to celebrate your academic achievements at Teesside University. To help you capture the moment, we’re sharing some inspo for your grad pics. After all, everyone loves a good photo op, right? Visit the flower … Continue reading “9 photo ops to help you capture graduation”

75 years of the NHS

As we celebrate the 75th birthday of the National Health Service (NHS) in Britain, we’ve been reflecting on how it’s helped us all over the years.  Here, Professor Tim Thompson, Dean of the School of Health & Life Sciences at Teesside University, shares what the NHS means to him – and what the future looks … Continue reading “75 years of the NHS”

How to ace a job interview

Students, it’s that time of the year again, when lots of you will be looking for employment. But we know that landing your first graduate job can be challenging. Here are some top tips that will help you ace a job interview like a pro. Be proactive — The best advice I can give you … Continue reading “How to ace a job interview”

Before they were big…

As the Arctic Monkeys prepare to play at Middlesbrough’s Riverside Stadium, there will be lucky music fans out there who can recall seeing them in much smaller venues on local soil, before they went on to bigger things. Long before they headlined at Glastonbury or sold out international venues, Alex Turner and his Sheffield bandmates … Continue reading “Before they were big…”

Your guide to applying for a scholarship

The first time I came across the word ‘scholarship’, it was when the protagonist in an American teen movie received one, which meant they could finally study at the college they’d dreamed of since they were little. So, it’s easy to think of them as things that exist in a fictional world. But they’re actually … Continue reading “Your guide to applying for a scholarship”

11 tips for CV success

I know what you might be thinking – the CV is dead in 2023, right? Wrong! While it’s true recruitment has become more creative in recent years, with organisations creating their own digital forms and requesting the likes of video applications, there is still a place for the humble CV. Your CV is a brilliant … Continue reading “11 tips for CV success”