Student Success

Student’s teddy bear animation highlights plight of refugees

An animated film that has teddy bears as refugees has won an award from a refugee charity. They selected the film because it is told from a child’s perspective and conveys a a great deal of emotion.

Hard working students win national awards

Two exceptional staff members in the University of Portsmouth Students’ Union won against stiff competition at the national Student Employee of the Year Awards.

Portsmouth design student to compete at US global final

A University of Portsmouth student is heading to the US next month for the global final of a professional design competition – after beating thousands of other students in three rounds of the…

Female Engineering Geology graduates have success in their field

Two Engineering Geology graduates have won prestigious awards in recognition of their excellence within their industry. Roseanna Bloxham was named as the 2017 Best Woman Consultant at The European Women In Construction and…

Student wins prize at women in computing event

A University of Portsmouth computing student has won a cash prize at an annual conference and networking event for women in computer science. PhD student Alaa Mohasseb won £100 for her research on…

Portsmouth journalism students ‘smash it’ with shorthand

Four journalism students at the University of Portsmouth are among a small handful nationwide to have achieved the highest speeds measured in shorthand exams this summer. The students achieved outstanding results across the…

Children receive free life-saving skills

The University of Portsmouth is on a mission to help save lives by providing year 9 schoolchildren on the Isle of Wight with free life-saving CPR training.

Law student wins Middle Temple scholarship

A University of Portsmouth law student has been awarded the highly coveted Harmsworth scholarship to study as a barrister.

Physiology wins top student award

A University of Portsmouth science graduate has won a national award for exceptional talent, including helping inform improvements in access to bowel cancer screening. Sam Nightingale, 26, was awarded a first class degree…

Tourism students gain professional qualifications

Portsmouth tourism students have put themselves ahead of the competition by studying for professional qualifications in disability access and customer service.

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