Portsmouth university students will soon find themselves battling it out in court. A mock courtroom has opened at the university – the first in the south east.
Thirty one days after Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab’s unsuccessful attempt to bring down Northwest Airlines Flight 253, The Islamic Society of University College London (a group of which Abdulmutallab was once chair), has defended its right to have held a War on Terror week arranged during his time in charge.
Students have reacted with shock, anger and sadness following the announcement of the closure and re-branding of The Registry pub.
British Universities are set to become the NHS of the educational world by turning their attentions into becoming more consumer friendly.
The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries will play host to the British Animation Awards: Public Choice events later this month, which offers students the chance to vote for the eventual winners in three categories.
Since the Iranian Presidential elections in June 2009, students have been at the forefront of continuing protests against both the disputed election result and the widespread human rights violations committed by the authorities. One such student, Payam Jahangiry, was arrested […]
On January 12th 2010, a catastrophic earthquake of magnitude 7.0 M (recorded in the Richter scale) struck, disfiguring the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. The earthquake caused major damage to Port-au-Prince and other settlements in the region. Officials reported […]
With the government pushing for students to go onto higher education, and the current climate of unemployment, more people than ever are applying for university.
The SPACE gallery at the University will play host to the ‘Liminal’ touring contemporary art exhibition from the 15th February to the 5th March 2010. The show features the work of renowned international public and gallery artist Katayoun Pasban Dowlatshahi, […]