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National Work-Life Balance Week, 2-6 October

National Work-Life Balance Week, 2-6 October The campaign reminds us all to take a moment to reflect on your work-life balance to help improve our health, work and relationships.

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Win 2 pairs of VIP Victorious tickets

As part of this partnership, we receive VIP tickets and an open prize draw is now open to all staff within the University and the Student Union.​

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Coming soon! Employee discount portal

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Health and safety: Researchers including Dr Mike Esbester to glean insights into our changing attitudes towards health and safety

Health and Safety Newsletter

Health and Safety Newsletter

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Estates and Campus Services Update – August

This month find out how refurbishment projects are progressing, learn how catering are developing their service and see who won the Green Portsmouth award.

(l-r): Emma Fields, University of Portsmouth Head of Brand Strategy and Corporate Communications; Anna Mitchell, Portsmouth FC Commercial Director; David Willan, University of Portsmouth Governor and former Portsmouth FC President; Mark Catlin, Portsmouth FC CEO; Professor Graham Galbraith, University of Portsmouth Vice-Chancellor

University kicks off partnership with Portsmouth Football Club

The University of Portsmouth is delighted to announce that it has signed a two-year deal to become Portsmouth Football Club’s Official Education Partner.

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SURFACE TENSION at Aspex Gallery

SURFACE TENSION is an innovative community arts project aiming to connect creativity across Portsmouth. Aspex, in partnership with Strong Island, the University of Portsmouth and Victorious Festival, have commissioned three artists to generate new artwork, supported by creative industries students from the University.

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Breast cancer study in India shows how the country can avoid crisis

A new study examining breast cancer awareness in India has found that a lack of early diagnosis is leading the country towards an epidemic.

Portsmouth does more to boosts its graduates’ earnings that any other UK university.

Portsmouth ranked number one in the UK for boosting graduate salaries

Five years after graduation, the average University of Portsmouth graduate earns £3,100 (or 13 per cent) above expectations.

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Female Entrepreneurship: Taking your business to the next level: Facebook Live Series 2017

Facebook Live Series: Female Entrepreneurship: Taking your business to the next level. Listen to advice on balancing work and life, and how these Portsmouth graduates became their own boss.

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