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Graduate shortlisted for Guardian award

A 2015 journalism graduate is in the running for a prestigious Guardian Student Media Award thanks to the features she wrote about food poverty in Portsmouth. Stephanie Hunter, 26, who graduated this summer…

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Student wins top law award

Third-year LLB (Hons) Law student Philip Savage was presented with the coveted Neuberger Prize.

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International success for Portsmouth fashion student

A University of Portsmouth student has had her work selected for exhibition at a graduate show in China. Emily Streatfeild’s work went on display this weekend at the British Council’s UK Graduate Show…

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Vice-Chancellor lends legs to charity

Students at the University of Portsmouth are maintaining their position as a top fundraiser for a breast cancer charity thanks, in part, to some leg work by the Vice-Chancellor. Students have this year…

Best of the best: Danielle Hayter

Portsmouth’s crème de la creme

Two recent graduates have won highly competitive national prizes for their in-depth understanding of modern France.

University of Portsmouth Vice Chancellor Graham Galbraith, centre, with International Director Joe Docherty, second from right, Chevening representative Catriona MacArthur, right, and the scholarship students.

Warm welcome for scholarship students

International scholarship students destined to become movers and shakers in their own countries have been honoured at the University of Portsmouth. Vice-Chancellor Professor Graham Galbraith gave a personal welcome to the recipients of…

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Cycling students raise thousands for cancer charity

A group of Portsmouth Students have cycled from London to Paris, covering almost 500 kilometres in five days, to raise almost £24,000 in support of the charity, Breast Cancer Now.


Film graduates bursting with talent

Lawrence Fish, Ben Cook and Simon Shergold’s film has been shortlisted for the Guild of Television Cameraman Bill Vinten University Prize and the 2015 Long Beach International Film Festival.

Palaeontology student Sam Davies with the fossilised dinosaur foot he discovered.

Student makes Jurassic foot discovery

A University of Portsmouth student has made a “chance in a million” discovery – the fossilised foot of what could be the earliest Jurassic dinosaur. Palaeontology student Sam Davies made the find during…

Manuel Urbina's prize-winning food bank design.

Architecture students honoured

Three architecture students at the University of Portsmouth have been honoured for their work by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA). Manuel Urbina, Aleksandra Wojciak and Martyn Webb were presented with prizes…

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