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Published 8th Apr 2011

Teesside University

Wish to sample a taste of higher education or study to help take a new career direction? Then sign up for Teesside University’s wide range of Summer University courses.

The short courses, which run during June, July and August, are aimed at those considering a return to study after a break from education or seeking new skills to help change their career path.

Summer University provides an opportunity to experience higher education through a variety of subjects including fine art and design, computing, science and engineering, history, psychology, sport and business.

The courses are held at Teesside’s main campus in Middlesbrough and the University’s interim campus at The Fairway, Darlington.

Summer University students have access to books and use of computers in the University’s Library, along with academic support from the University’s Drop-in Student Skills Centre and personal counselling in the Student Centre.

For information about the courses contact 01642 342291, email summeruniversity@tees.ac.uk or visit www.tees.ac.uk/summeruniversity

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