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Explore the Faculty of Technology

Explore the world of technology, engineering, computing, maths and physics waiting for you at Portsmouth

While the Coronavirus situation means you can't currently explore our Faculty of Technology and the University in person, you can still find out what it's like to study with us on this Technology Online Experience page.

Explore our facilities

As a Technology student, you'll have access to amazing facilities – discover some of our teaching, learning, lab, studio and production spaces.

Placements and careers support

We'll help you find a work placement during your studies. And our Careers and Employability Service can give you career guidance for up to 5 years after you graduate. We can even help you create your own startup company.

Life outside study

Portsmouth is a great place to live and one of the most affordable student cities in the UK. You'll have lots to discover, from independent cafes and bars, to sports clubs, societies and opportunities to learn a new language. 

 

Hear from our students

Let our students tell you what they love about studying in the Faculty of Technology. And find out where their degrees have taken them so far.

Our students' and academics' achievements

We're incredibly proud of our students and academics. Discover some of their stories of how they put their tech skills into practice.

The opportunities granted to us at Portsmouth provide the backbone that inspires us to succeed. I am comforted to know that my career could go anywhere from here; there really are no limits to where a physicist can go.

Patrick Rennie, BSc (Hons) Applied Physics

Discover our courses

Explore the subjects you can study in the Faculty of Technology and find the course for you.

Follow us on Twitter

Take a closer look at what's happening in the Faculty – and what we've been up to before the lockdown – by following @UoPTechnology on Twitter.

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Contact us

To get in touch, please contact our Faculty office.

+44 (0)23 9284 2554

tech-enquiries@port.ac.uk

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