Changes to interlibrary loans service

Changes as of Monday 1 September 2014.

Military study

Call for participants

Help staff and students with their research.

Kim Bard chimps

Chimpanzees lose out to humans due to unfair comparisons

Comparing chimpanzee and human development is like comparing a child brought up in a loving family to one brought up in a Romanian orphanage, says a researcher from the University of Portsmouth. Lead…


Call for male cyclists and triathletes

Help with a PhD thesis


University donates prize to Portsmouth FoodCycle

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2014 green gown finalists

University named as finalist in the 2014 Green Gown Awards

Shortlisted for two projects.

Old maps prove a rich source of information for geography students

Lecturer wins award for inspiring research

An inspired idea by a University of Portsmouth geographer has resulted in the University winning a top award for making knowledge more accessible. Professor Humphrey Southall set his first year geography students the…


Students give Portsmouth thumbs up

The University of Portsmouth has again out-ranked the sector average for student satisfaction. In the independent National Student Survey (NSS), 88 per cent said they were satisfied with the quality of their course,…


Postgraduate and part-time study Open Evening

An open evening for those interested in postgraduate or part-time undergraduate study at Portsmouth Business School.

Student fundraisers and Union officers (l-r): Emily Dell, Orion Brooks, Lucie Cook, Catherine Redding, Kayleigh Teague, Richard Glover, Connar Walford, James Bodin, Adam Jefferies, Roxanna Negru, Grant Clarke, Nick Johnson, Mario Oliveros

Students raise record-breaking £223,000

Students at the University of Portsmouth have raised a record-breaking £223,589 for charity in the past year, significantly more than in the last two years combined. Students raised the funds through activities arranged…

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