March 2019

Students show off their skills in engineering design challenge

First year undergraduate students from the University of Portsmouth had a taste of the ‘real world’ this week as they competed against other universities for a spot in the Institute of Mechanical Engineers…

Car parking consultation update

The venue for the third and final car parking consultation event has changed due to planned refurbishment in the room at St George’s Building.

It’s ok to not be ok – support available

The Union are holding events for a campaign to improve awareness of mental health and are offering the chance to win a signed PFC T-shirt or football by showing your support.

Discounted tickets for you to uncover the secrets of the Mary Rose

Save £6 with staff discount to step into Tudor Times, including entry into a new exhibition about the crew of the Mary Rose and upcoming summer events.

Students wins prize for most astonishing special effect at the DV Mission 48 hour film challenge

The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries congratulates University of Portsmouth film production students on their hard work during the DV Mission 48 hour film challenge.

Aggressive and violent abductors are found to be more equipped to abduct children

The more violent and prepared a would-be child abductor is, the more vulnerable victims are to being taken, new research has found. Manipulative abductors, who offer incentives and friendship, were found to be…

Students take charge in practical leadership tasks

Students from Business and Law took part in military tasks, dodging fake mines and solving problems to test out their leadership skills as part of their Business and Management course

Are you a grandparent who has ever cared for your grandchild on a full time basis?

Age: 18+

Gender: Either

Staff/Student: Both

School of Computing Student Conference 2019

This is your annual opportunity to experience the excellent work of our final year project students, PhD students and research groups.

Portsmouth Festivities launches 2019 programme

The City’s longest-running arts festival, now in its twentieth year, continues to impress with a diverse range of events.

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