July 2016
L-R: Chief Executive of Portsmouth City Council David Williams, University of Portsmouth Pro Vice-Chancellor Professor Paul Hayes, Lady Mayoress of Portsmouth Leza Tremorin, Lord Mayor David Fuller, Portsmouth North MP Penny Mordaunt, Cllr Neill Young, Principal UTC Portsmouth Ciaran O'Dowda and Royal Navy Captain Andrew Cree.

UTC Portsmouth breaks ground and announces Principal

UTC Portsmouth hosted its ground breaking ceremony today for its £10m new school building with the Lord Mayor, special guests and the newly appointed Principal. Ciaran O’Dowda will officially join the UTC in…

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Research and Innovation Services update

Latest news and events (29 July 2016).

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Students make waves at the America’s Cup

University students played an important role in the Louis Vuitton America’s Cup World Series Race last weekend.

Ben Ross prize winning civic centre proposal

Students win architectural accolades

Three architecture students at the University of Portsmouth have won prizes for their work from the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA).

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Professional Services in St Andrews Court are on the move

Before the end of August all Professional Services currently located in building 2, St Andrews Court will be moving to Mercantile House or relocating into building 1 of St Andrews Court.

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UP for Juniors Ten Year Anniversary Screening

To celebrate Up for Junior’s achievements, pupils from local schools came together with their families, teachers and University staff to screen a special ten year anniversary show.

At the Temple of Heaven, Beijing.

China experience for summer school students

Students enjoyed a ‘life-changing’ experience when they immersed themselves in Chinese culture for the University of Portsmouth’s first ever overseas summer school. The University joined forces with Shanghai Maritime University to offer 28…

FTC update July

Future Technology Centre update – Issue 4

Activity increases in promoting the new BEng Innovation Engineering course .

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Seeking Aurora role models

University women are being invited to consider volunteering as an Aurora role model for the forthcoming programme.

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Portsmouth ‘most affordable city for students’

Portsmouth has been named the most affordable city in the UK for students. The NatWest Student Living Index surveyed 2,500 students across the UK to determine the most affordable place to study, with…

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