Study at Portsmouth
Deciding where, when and what to study at university are three big decisions to make.
But making them doesn't have to be scary or intimidating. Whether you're thinking about applying for uni as an undergraduate, postgraduate or international student, all the information you need to make the right choice for you is here – from how to choose a course that meets your needs, to finding student accommodation that fits your budget.
Coronavirus information for students
Things will be a little different in 2020/21. We've put new safety measures in place across campus and have plenty of guidance on how to stay safe and what to do if you or someone you live with comes into contact with coronavirus.
See our coronavirus information for students to find out what to expect when you get here.
Choose a course that's perfect for you at Portsmouth, and explore the hundreds of undergraduate and postgraduates degrees we offer. Filter your search by subject, award, duration and more.
Read our helpful advice on how to find the right undergraduate degree for you, how to apply for a course at Portsmouth, how to fund your studies and much more, in our section for Undergraduates.
If you know the area you'd like to study but not the exact degree you want to take, our subject area pages will give you more information on the courses we run, and help you figure out which one is right for you.
From master's degrees and taught courses, to research and teacher training, explore the different postgraduate options available at Portsmouth, and prepare to take your next steps in studying with us.
Discover how you could join students from more than 150 counties in Portsmouth, and get all the information you need to apply for a degree course with us, wherever in the world you may be.
Find out how to get a degree at Portsmouth without leaving your job, and explore how our full-time and part-time Learning at Work degrees and degree apprenticeships could take your career to the next level.
Want to get a university-level qualification but need the flexibility to study in your own time at home or work? If so, studying online by distance learning could be for you.
Distance learning, full-time, or part-time – many of our courses have a January or February intake, so there's no need to wait until next autumn to get started.
On-campus, work-based or distance learning – explore our Short and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) courses, and find out how they can help you take your own career or business forward.
Whatever stage you're at in choosing a degree and university, you'll find everything you need to know about studying in Portsmouth in our prospectus.
Whether you're applying as an undergraduate, postgraduate, or part-time student, find out how you can discover the city, the University and our campus at one of our Open Days and Open Evenings.
Student life will be a little different in 2020/21, but you’ll still have a great, varied and enriching experience when you study with us this year.
No.1 in UK for graduate salary boost (The Economist, 2017)
TOP 30 in the UK for student satisfaction (National Student Survey (NSS) 2020)
97.5% of graduates working or in further study (DLHE, 2017)