The new graduate intern scheme recently developed by the Government is designed to help small businesses and improve career prospects for fresh graduates. The £13.6 million scheme known as the Graduate Internship Programme offers local businesses a win-win situation whereby […]
Keep on reading and you will be amazed to hear that another library is yet to come to Southsea very soon. Yes! Not only “an exciting state-of-the-art library”, but an IT learning zone, community space for local groups, contact centre […]
This weekend Portsmouth University’s Radio Experience will be moving over to new studios in the refurbished Student Center. Pure FM has celebrated its 15th year of existence this year.
On the 24th February 30 students from the University of Portsmouth went to visit the Houses of Parliament as part of the Fee Fighters campaign. The Fee Fighters campaign aims to make students aware of the power their vote can […]
On Wednesday the 24th, an estimated 100 students and lecturers alike rallied outside University House building in order to raise awareness of the governments’ cuts to the education budget. For those that missed the articles last issue [Dan Whiteway, “HE […]
The Student Fees Review – what it should consider and what might be the outcome? by Professor John Craven, Vice Chancellor, University of Portsmouth The introduction of tuition fees for university students by the government in 2006 has polarised opinion […]
Two Portsmouth uni students will soon see their designs on the rails of some of the worlds most exclusive stores. Designs by fashion students Nawal Alkhedairy and Nikki Strange have been selected by brand Pyrus for their Autumn/Winter range 2011. […]
The leading national charity for children and adults who are deaf and blind ‘Sense,’ is offering a free summer holiday for volunteers interested in aiding those with multi-sensory impairments (MSI) for a week over the summer break.
A revealing new piece of research has found that 34% of British graduates are considering moving abroad to find post-study work, largely due to the lack of post-graduate work in the UK.