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.
Second year Fine Art students are proud to present State of the Art, a collective exhibition displaying an exciting visual and intellectual experience for non-artists and artists alike! The show will commence on Thursday 13th May in the Eldon Building […]
The bid to make Portsmouth and Southampton the City of Culture in 2013 has flopped. The joint entry failed to make it through to the shortlist, which Birmingham, Derry, Norwich and Sheffield make up.
The Business Secretary of State, Lord Mandelson, has claimed that a shift to more intensive two-year university courses would benefit universities and the student body in the face of the current financial climate and budget cuts.
University tuition fees are likely to soar to £5,000 a year by 2010-2011. The think-tank Policy Exchange said last week’s announcement of £449m in government cuts to higher education made increasing fees, which are currently capped at £3,225 a year, all the more critical.
Experts from the University of Portsmouth have lent their services for the benefit of A-level students at Portsmouth Grammar School. The experts hail from the Institute of Cosmology and Gravitation (ICG), whose research has been rated as amongst the best in the UK along with such institutions as Oxford, Cambridge and Durham.
In the midst of all this talk of HE cuts, the University of Portsmouth Business School has in fact got a new course to introduce. The new distance-learning forensic accounting course is the University’s response to the growing need for such specialists during this recession.
Below are three parts of an interview with Vice-Chancellor Professor John Craven about cuts to the UK’s Higher Education budget. During the interview he indicates that he doesn’t want tuition fees to double, that the Victoria swimming baths opposite Anglesea […]
The Student Radio Association fear for the future of student radio after an Analogue Radio Scrappage Scheme is proposed. The scrappage scheme gives people the opportunity to swap their existing radio for a discounted DAB radio.