About the courseThe BA (Hons) English Studies degree at Teesside University develops your knowledge of classic and contemporary texts, genres and periods ranging from 18th-century and Victorian literature to contemporary literature and culture.
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You must have successfully completed an United Kingdom Year 12 (or equivalent senior secondary school qualification) Equivalent qualifications may also include a recognised post secondary diploma in the relevant discipline with the required grades. Meetin
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AboutTeesside University is a public university with its main campus in Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire in North East England. It has 18,576 students, according to the 2015/16 HESA student record.
Teesside University generates and applies knowledge that contributes to the economic, social and cultural success of students, partners and the communities we serve. Through education enriched by research, innovation, and engagement with business and the professions, we transform lives and economies.
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Teesside University main campus is in the borough of Middlesbrough in the North Yorkshire area of England on the south banks of the River Tees. Transport links exist through the A19 and A66 roads. The Universitys main entrance is at the site of the old Constantine College building, fronted by the Waterhouse clock tower. Campus Heart is the latest phase of investment in the Middlesbrough campus and has seen £30 million of development in total. This development began in 2014 and includes the £20 million building, The Curve which has a 200-seat lecture theatre and 1,476 square metres (15,890 sq ft) of teaching and learning space. It sits within a pedestrianised and landscaped area which is seen as a focal point to the campus.