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Portsmouth academics feature in the list of 2018’s most discussed research

Two studies involving researchers from the University of Portsmouth feature in the Altmetric Top 100, released today. The annual Altmetric Top 100 highlights research published in 2018 that has generated significant international online…

Birds eye view of the fortifications on the site of the new Sports Facility

The walls that have been revealed would have protected the town of Portsmouth during the 17th century. Before the trenches were filled, a drone captured the findings in this video.

The University Library is going cashless

From January, the University Library will not be taking cash or cheques as payment for fines or replacement costs for the rest of the academic year.

Free eye tests available

If you are registered as partially sighted, our new Eye Clinic has free appointments available in December.

Students could win €10,000 by completing the European Student Survey

Rate your university experience in this short survey to help reveal what students think about engagement levels at institutions around the country.

Portsmouth journalism students on best course in UK

The University of Portsmouth journalism course has been recognised as the best undergraduate university course in the UK by the National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ). Portsmouth was awarded ‘Best performing…

Symposium: Cookbooks: Past, Present and Future

The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries hosts ‘Cookbooks Past, Present and Future’,  an all-day cookbook event in the University of Portsmouth, Eldon Building on Saturday, 2nd March 2019.

BAFP students win 48 hour film challenge

The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries shares a University of Portsmouth student success story. Team Tardigrade are BA (Hons) Film Production students have won 4 awards as part of ‘The Final Stand’, a 48-hour film challenge.

Call for academic papers: Cookbooks, Past, Present and Future

The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries shares a call out for academic papers ahead of the Cookbooks: Past, Present and Future symposium on Saturday 2 March 2019 to be held at the University of Portsmouth. This event is organised by Dr Laurel Forster.

Graduate School Development Programme updates

The Graduate School Development Programme’s upcoming events.

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