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July 2019

Bafta win for Music Tech graduate’s work on thriller TV show Killing Eve

The sound of success came in the form of a Bafta Award for University graduate and former Music and Sound Technology student, Alex Gibson, for his sound effects on the popular TV show, Killing Eve.

The University of Portsmouth Community Football Club are looking for new players

We have a number of sessions for girls to get involved in football as well as for girls and boys to play for the University of Portsmouth Community Football Club.

Win Portsmouth FC tickets and mascot packages, as new home kit launched

Staff are in with the chance to enter not one, but two giveaways ahead of the start of the new season

Changes to the reading list rollover on 31 July

On 31 July, all 2018/19 reading lists will be archived and all draft 2019/20 lists published. This process replaces the usual annual reading list rollover. We have made this change in light of Curriculum 2019 and subsequent changes to courses and units, we will not roll existing content over to the next academic year.

Flexible Working Guidelines and Aims of the Parent and Carer Staff Network

Rebecca Hopkins, Deputy HR Director, will be joining us to talk about the University’s Flexible Working Guidelines.

University Sports Scholar chosen to represent country in second European Games

One of the University’s Sports Scholars was selected to take part in this year’s European Games held in Minsk.

Portsmouth astrophysicist launches new BBC Radio 4 show

University astrophysicist Dr Jen Gupta is set to co-host a new Radio 4 series, ‘Stranger Than Sci-Fi’

University student beats applicants from across the UK to Hong Kong internship

A Portsmouth student has been selected from applicants across the UK for a prestigious 8 week internship in Hong Kong this summer. Rory Herbert, who is studying for the LLM Corporate Governance &…

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These tools can help you with your research, writing and also to manage your time.

Will sport help young offenders turn their lives around?

Young offenders locked in a secure unit are to be offered sports including orienteering and bushcraft as part of a research project to see if challenging, fun activity can help turn lives around….

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