3.3 / 5
3.3 / 5

Mechanical, production & manufacturing engineering, Teesside University

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Accommodation in Middlesborough

Linthorpe Hall offers cluster flats & private studios
Games room with TV, all rooms are ensuite & furnished
Only a 5-minute walk to Teesside University

Covid-19 Response

TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
Confirmed Sept/Oct start
TEACHING MODE:
Blended learning
OPEN DAYS:
10th Oct & 14th Nov
TEACHING NOTES:
Doing a hybrid teaching model. This means students can expect to spend some time on campus and some time learning online, in line with current Government social distancing restrictions. They are planning for on-campus teaching to prioritise modules or activities that can't be delivered online and are working hard to give students access to the specialist facilities and resources that are a key part of their education.
This is the latest available data taken from the tees.ac.uk website on 21st September 2020

2 Mechanical, production & manufacturing engineering reviews at Teesside University


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Student Review: 2 /5

Mechanical Engineering, BEng Hons

By member1036279 On 26th February 19

Teachers can’t teach

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Student Review: 5 /5

Mechanical Engineering, MEng Hons

By member835596 On 25th January 19

Fully equipped lab equipment

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