The Teesside Business School (TBS) at Teesside University educates students at both the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. The main school began operating in Middlesbrough when it first opened in 1930, with TBS continuing to call the North Yorkshire area home.
Situated right off the south banks of the River Tees home, recent years have seen approximately $40 million worth of new buildings both constructed and refurbished on the TBS campus.
Undergraduates get a mixture of both theoretical concepts and hands-on training, which can send them into the business world with a sold background. Students learn the latter way by either shadowing or interning with a number of different major companies that partner with TBS.
Going further by obtaining a postgraduate degree will offer the chance to gain leadership skills and improved management techniques that are the by-product of research. Within this curriculum, students have the choice between a more general approach or a specialized focus. The wealth of alumni that are dispersed all across the world could help offer a number of different networking opportunities.