We support you

We are on hand to provide you with a range of specialist services to support you throughout your studies We are here to support you balance the demands of study with everyday life and can help you through any problems that should arise during your time here.

Unlike a traditional university, we offer an intimate and supportive College environment in which students spend more 1:1 time with tutors. Our dedicated higher education centre also means that students can work, study and relax in a quiet environment, whilst also benefitting from all the resources of our main college campus. 

As a higher education student at Middlesbrough College you’ll be able to access high quality support from the College’s Student Services Team including:

We are determined to create a community that positively welcomes diversity, by embedding Equality and Diversity into everything that we do, driving to ensure that we are open and inclusive for all students.

We aim to shape an actively inclusive culture, which drives and sustains greater equality for all; including groups traditionally underrepresented in Higher Education.

Our staff are here to provide you with advice, guidance and support, whether you are a student with a sensory or mobility difference, a long-term medical condition, neurodiversity or a diagnosed mental health condition.

Depending on your individual requirements, we can provide a range of services, including advice on applying for Disabled Students’ Allowances (DSA) to cover the costs of any additional study support required. Please apply now, to allow it to be in place for your course starting.

For more information, please contact us: 
Email:  TBC
Telephone: (01642) 333889

Our team of Careers Advisors are on hand to provide free information, advice and guidance on the range of progression opportunities available to you after completing your University level qualification.

Our team also includes a specialist employability coach who can support you with CV writing and interview preparation should you need it.

The Student Counselling Service offers support to help you with any difficulties you may experience. The service available to all students and is free and confidential.

We have a dedicated team of Safeguarding Welfare Officers who are on hand to provide you with support and guidance.

You will have access to your own College network account which will enable you to access course information and announcements, course handbooks, week by week resources and assignment information.

This can be accessed at College or at home. You can subscribe for free to Office 365 on your own device!

Join our HE Students' Union and have a say in educational and social matters!