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University of Portsmouth

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University of Portsmouth

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University of Portsmouth

United Kingdom
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University of Portsmouth

United Kingdom
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University of Portsmouth

United Kingdom
Overview

Overview

The University of Portsmouth was ranked in the world's top 100 new universities (Times Higher Education 2017), and holds a 'Gold' rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF). Within six months of graduating, 96% of students go on to find work, earning 13% more money than the average expectation within five years.

The University is dedicated to helping students find employment, and runs a Careers Service for help with all stages of the job search, from writing a CV to finding work experience. Courses also provide work-related learning, with visits from companies and access to real-life learning environments.

The main University Quarter is made up of over 40 buildings, all of which are located around the city centre. Industry-standard facilities include a mock courtroom, model pharmacy, TV studios, creative studios and an £11 million University Library.

During their time at Portsmouth, students have the opportunity to learn another language alongside their course through the free Institution-Wide Language Programme (IWLP), ranging from French to Japanese. There are also plenty of clubs and societies organised by the Student's Union, where students can learn a new skill, join a sports team and get involved with charity work.

There is a wide range of help on offer for students, including a counselling service, a university doctor, and a financial support team – who give out over £5 million a year in bursaries and hardship funds.

Portsmouth is an affordable and student-friendly city, boasting a dockyard, historical sites, shops, bars, restaurants and museums that are all within walking distance of the University. Good train links also make it easy to venture elsewhere, with London just under two hours away.

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Overview

Overview

The University of Portsmouth was ranked in the world's top 100 new universities (Times Higher Education 2017), and holds a 'Gold' rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF). Within six months of graduating, 96% of students go on to find work, earning 13% more money than the average expectation within five years.

The University is dedicated to helping students find employment, and runs a Careers Service for help with all stages of the job search, from writing a CV to finding work experience. Courses also provide work-related learning, with visits from companies and access to real-life learning environments.

The main University Quarter is made up of over 40 buildings, all of which are located around the city centre. Industry-standard facilities include a mock courtroom, model pharmacy, TV studios, creative studios and an £11 million University Library.

During their time at Portsmouth, students have the opportunity to learn another language alongside their course through the free Institution-Wide Language Programme (IWLP), ranging from French to Japanese. There are also plenty of clubs and societies organised by the Student's Union, where students can learn a new skill, join a sports team and get involved with charity work.

There is a wide range of help on offer for students, including a counselling service, a university doctor, and a financial support team – who give out over £5 million a year in bursaries and hardship funds.

Portsmouth is an affordable and student-friendly city, boasting a dockyard, historical sites, shops, bars, restaurants and museums that are all within walking distance of the University. Good train links also make it easy to venture elsewhere, with London just under two hours away.

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Overview

Overview

The University of Portsmouth was ranked in the world's top 150 young universities (Times Higher Education 2019), and holds a 'Gold' rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF). Within six months of graduating, 97.5% of students go on to find work, or are in further study (DLHE 2017).

The University is dedicated to helping students find employment, and runs a Careers and Employability Service for help with all stages of the job search, from writing a CV to finding work experience. Courses also provide work-related learning, with visits from companies and access to real-life learning environments.

The main University Quarter is made up of over 40 buildings, all of which are located around the city centre. Industry-standard facilities include a mock courtroom, model pharmacy, TV studios, creative studios and an £11 million University Library.

During their time at Portsmouth, students have the opportunity to learn another language alongside their course through the free Institution-Wide Language Programme (IWLP), ranging from French to Japanese. There are also plenty of clubs and societies organised by the Student's Union, where students can learn a new skill, join a sports team and get involved with charity work.

There is a wide range of help on offer for students, including a counselling service, a university doctor, and a financial support team – who give out over £5 million a year in bursaries and hardship funds.

Portsmouth is an affordable and student-friendly city, boasting a dockyard, historical sites, shops, bars, restaurants and museums that are all within walking distance of the University. Good train links also make it easy to venture elsewhere, with London just under two hours away.

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Overview

Overview

Located on England's south coast, Portsmouth is a vibrant, cosmopolitan city with some of the UK's best weather. Most university buildings are in the heart of this compact city. Everything students need is close by, including: four miles of beautiful beach excellent nightlife and entertainment and accommodation. Portsmouth welcomes 5,200 international and EU students from around 150 countries and has around 31,000 students total.

The Students' Union offers 150 sports clubs and societies for all interests, so there's always a lot of fun to be had on campus. Portsmouth is one of the UK's most affordable cities for students (NatWest Student Living Index 2020). London is just 90 minutes away, and ferries cross regularly to Europe.

The university has a five-star rating for teaching, employability, internationalisation, facilities, arts and culture, and inclusiveness (QS Top University Guide 2021). The teaching at the institution is rated Gold in the UK Government's Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF).

With courses designed to meet the challenges of the competitive global jobs market, students will be well prepared for a successful career. 94 per cent of Portsmouth students are working or in further study after finishing their course (HESA Graduate Outcomes Survey 2017/18).

Students can choose from hundreds of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees spanning business creativity and culture humanities science and technology. Portsmouth focuses on making students more employable, with paid work placements, or opportunities to practice their skills in simulated environments like the mock courtroom. Recent research breakthroughs at the university include developing a plastic-eating enzyme to tackle pollution.

Students can enrich their experience by learning a language for free, volunteering, or exchanging with another global university. The Careers and Employability Service can connect students to opportunities including part-time work while they study and their first job after graduation.

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Overview

Overview

Located on England's south coast, Portsmouth is a vibrant, cosmopolitan city with some of the UK's best weather. Most university buildings are in the heart of this compact city. Everything students need is close by, including: four miles of beautiful beach excellent nightlife and entertainment and accommodation. Portsmouth welcomes 5,200 international and EU students from around 150 countries and has around 31,000 students total.

The Students' Union offers 150 sports clubs and societies for all interests, so there's always a lot of fun to be had on campus. Portsmouth is one of the UK's most affordable cities for students (NatWest Student Living Index 2020). London is just 90 minutes away, and ferries cross regularly to Europe.

The university has a five-star rating for teaching, employability, internationalisation, facilities, arts and culture, and inclusiveness (QS Top University Guide 2021).

With courses designed to meet the challenges of the competitive global jobs market, students will be well prepared for a successful career. 94 per cent of Portsmouth students are working or in further study after finishing their course (HESA Graduate Outcomes Survey conducted in 2019).

Students can choose from hundreds of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees spanning business creativity and culture humanities science and technology. Portsmouth focuses on making students more employable, with paid work placements, or opportunities to practice their skills in simulated environments like the mock courtroom. Recent research breakthroughs at the university include developing a plastic-eating enzyme to tackle pollution.

Students can enrich their experience by learning a language for free, volunteering, or exchanging with another global university. The Careers and Employability Service can connect students to opportunities including part-time work while they study and their first job after graduation.

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Latest News

Latest News

New centre for adult nursing education

A new state-of-the-art centre for nursing, health and care practitioners was recently launched at the University of Portsmouth. The centre has been set-up for students to learn in realistic acute and community clinical settings.

The Centre for Simulation in Health and Care will provide new learning opportunities to students in the University’s newly launched Adult Nursing Degree programme. The centre was officially opened by Professor Jane Cummings, the Chief Nursing Officer for England.

The simulated work environments provide unique opportunities for acute and community-based learning, which will help students respond to challenges facing the acute health sector. It will give students from a range of subject areas such as Nursing, Social Work, Paramedicas, Forensics and Pharmacy the opportunity to learn in a safe and real learning environment.

Televic Interpreter Training Suite

Portsmouth has installed the very latest Interpreter Training Suite from Televic, a leader in professional communication technology. This brand-new facility has been specifically designed for masters and undergraduate Interpreting programmes. Students will participate in simulated conferences and meetings where they will learn professional interpreting skills as well as transferable skills such as public communication. The suite will offer the opportunity to work in a variety of languages and give students the opportunity to improve their skills as professional interpreters and delegates.

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Latest News

Latest News

New centre for adult nursing education

A new state-of-the-art centre for nursing, health and care practitioners was recently launched at the University of Portsmouth. The centre has been set-up for students to learn in realistic acute and community clinical settings.

The Centre for Simulation in Health and Care will provide new learning opportunities to students in the University’s newly launched Adult Nursing Degree programme. The centre was officially opened by Professor Jane Cummings, the Chief Nursing Officer for England.

The simulated work environments provide unique opportunities for acute and community-based learning, which will help students respond to challenges facing the acute health sector. It will give students from a range of subject areas such as Nursing, Social Work, Paramedicas, Forensics and Pharmacy the opportunity to learn in a safe and real learning environment.

Televic Interpreter Training Suite

Portsmouth has installed the very latest Interpreter Training Suite from Televic, a leader in professional communication technology. This brand-new facility has been specifically designed for masters and undergraduate Interpreting programmes. Students will participate in simulated conferences and meetings where they will learn professional interpreting skills as well as transferable skills such as public communication. The suite will offer the opportunity to work in a variety of languages and give students the opportunity to improve their skills as professional interpreters and delegates.

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What's new

What's new

Future Technology Centre

The Future Technology centre is an exciting new space for engineering students to explore today’s new and emerging technologies. Combining face-to-face traditional learning with hands-on experience of specialist technology, its spaces will introduce students to advanced techniques and provide a bespoke environment for the innovators of the future.

Ravelin Park Sports Facility

Facilities already include sports halls, outdoor football and rugby pitches, tennis and squash courts, astro turf and 3G pitches. In 2021 they are going to get even better, with the opening of a new £53m indoor sports facility, featuring an eight-lane swimming pool, eight-court sports hall, extensive gym with 175 fitness stations, multipurpose studios, climbing wall with bouldering facility and ski simulator.

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What's new

What's new

Studying at Portsmouth in 2020/21

The way Portsmouth will deliver their lectures, seminars, tutorials and practicals will be different in 2020, but students will still get the same level of outstanding teaching, support and guidance.

Students studying with the university in 2020/21 will get a blended and connected learning experience. Students will use a virtual learning environment, Moodle, and other digital tools, so they'll get plenty of contact time with lecturers, through a blend of face-to-face and online delivery.

Of course, some teaching is trickier to deliver online. Lab, workshop and studio-based material can't be replicated, but students won't miss out. They'll still do practical learning, with the relevant safety measures in place. There will also be simulation experiences where relevant.

The university has made sure every lab, workshop and studio space are adapted, cleaned and equipped with appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE). All staff and students must wear face coverings indoors on campus. Students will also learn in smaller groups to make sure the appropriate social distancing rules and other safety measures are respected.

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What's new

What's new

The University is building an outstanding new £57 million public sports centre opening in 2021 for you to play, train and compete. The superb facilities set in historic parkland include a 25m 8 lane swimming pool, 175 station fitness suite, climbing wall, ski simulator, cafe and community orchard. A range of classes and courses, personal training and very affordable membership with great benefits will be available.

Ravelin Sports Centre will be one of the UK's greenest sports centres aiming to be net zero carbon ready through creating renewable energy, maximising natural drainage and developing biodiversity.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

The University of Portsmouth has a Gold rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) – one of only four Gold-rated universities in the south east of England.

The TEF is the UK Government’s first assessment of university teaching. A panel of experts, including academics, students and employer representatives decided the Teaching Excellence Framework awards.

The panel judged that the University of Portsmouth “delivers consistently outstanding teaching, learning and outcomes for its students. It is of the highest quality found in the UK.”

Students choosing Portsmouth will be studying at a highly ranked university. The Gold-rating sees the institution ranked among the top 20% of the 299 UK universities and colleges that entered the TEF.

The support that the University offers students, the state-of-the-art facilities, and the way Portsmouth prepares students for successful careers after graduation are major factors in the Gold rating.

A distinctive student experience and a technology inclusive approach designed to prepare students for future careers are contributing factors to the award. Students are taught by dedicated academics who are familiar with the latest developments in their industries.

The 2017 National Student Survey (NSS) found that overall satisfaction is 88% at the University of Portsmouth. This is higher than the national average for the 11th year in a row and places Portsmouth in the top 15% of UK institutions for overall student satisfaction.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

The University of Portsmouth has a Gold rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) – one of only four Gold-rated universities in the south east of England.

The TEF is the UK Government’s first assessment of university teaching. A panel of experts, including academics, students and employer representatives decided the Teaching Excellence Framework awards.

The panel judged that the University of Portsmouth “delivers consistently outstanding teaching, learning and outcomes for its students. It is of the highest quality found in the UK.”

Students choosing Portsmouth will be studying at a highly ranked university. The Gold-rating sees the institution ranked among the top 20% of the 299 UK universities and colleges that entered the TEF.

The support that the University offers students, the state-of-the-art facilities, and the way Portsmouth prepares students for successful careers after graduation are major factors in the Gold rating.

A distinctive student experience and a technology inclusive approach designed to prepare students for future careers are contributing factors to the award. Students are taught by dedicated academics who are familiar with the latest developments in their industries.

The 2017 National Student Survey (NSS) found that overall satisfaction is 88% at the University of Portsmouth. This is higher than the national average for the 11th year in a row and places Portsmouth in the top 15% of UK institutions for overall student satisfaction.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

The University of Portsmouth has a Gold rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) – one of only four Gold-rated universities in the south east of England.

The TEF is the UK Government’s first assessment of university teaching. A panel of experts, including academics, students and employer representatives decided the Teaching Excellence Framework awards.

The panel judged that the University of Portsmouth “delivers consistently outstanding teaching, learning and outcomes for its students. It is of the highest quality found in the UK.”

Students choosing Portsmouth will be studying at a highly ranked university. The Gold-rating sees the institution ranked among the top 20% of the 299 UK universities and colleges that entered the TEF.

The support that the University offers students, the industry-standard facilities, and the way Portsmouth prepares students for successful careers after graduation are major factors in the Gold rating.

A distinctive student experience and a technology inclusive approach designed to prepare students for future careers are contributing factors to the award. Students are taught by dedicated academics who are familiar with the latest developments in their industries.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

The University of Portsmouth's teaching is rated Gold, the highest accolade, by the Government-backed Teaching Excellence Framework scheme (TEF), which means their teaching, learning and student outcomes are outstanding, and among the highest quality in the UK.

Portsmouth's expert lecturers have years of experience, in teaching and industry, and frequently in both. Many remain active in their professions, and because they're continuously developing their knowledge, they teach students all the relevant, most-recent things they need to know, so they can hit the ground running upon graduation.

The majority of Portsmouth's research is rated as 'world leading' and 'internationally excellent' by the Research Excellence Framework (REF), which independently assesses the quality of research in UK universities.

Much of the research is carried out by the same people who teach students, and thus the breakthroughs and discoveries made feed directly into their courses. Students will be exploring the latest theories and developing original ideas as part of their studies. It's not all classrooms and textbooks, at Portsmouth, students can also apply what they learn in outstanding simulated work environments and learning spaces.

Law students practice their skills in a replica court, while students from disciplines such as criminology and social work can experience being an expert witness in a simulated legal case.

Students can apply their skills in the local community too, for example dental students, who treat NHS patients in the Dental Academy and sport and exercise science students, who run coaching courses at local schools.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

Portsmouth's expert lecturers have years of experience, in teaching and industry, and frequently in both. Many remain active in their professions, and because they're continuously developing their knowledge, they teach students all the relevant, most-recent things they need to know, so they can hit the ground running upon graduation.

The majority of Portsmouth's research is rated as 'world leading' and 'internationally excellent' by the Research Excellence Framework (REF), which independently assesses the quality of research in UK universities.

Much of the research is carried out by the same people who teach students, and thus the breakthroughs and discoveries made feed directly into their courses. Students will be exploring the latest theories and developing original ideas as part of their studies. It's not all classrooms and textbooks, at Portsmouth, students can also apply what they learn in outstanding simulated work environments and learning spaces.

Law students practice their skills in a replica court, while students from disciplines such as criminology and social work can experience being an expert witness in a simulated legal case.

Students can apply their skills in the local community too, for example dental students, who treat NHS patients in the Dental Academy and sport and exercise science students, who run coaching courses at local schools.

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Department structure

Department structure

The University of Portsmouth is divided into five faculties with outstanding facilities and expert teaching staff.

  • The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries comprises courses, research, enterprise and innovation activities concerned with the practice, analysis and criticism of the creative industries.

Architecture and Art and Design courses are prominent study options in this faculty.

  • The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences offers courses and undertakes research in a wide range of subjects such as languages, criminology and education among others.

The Modern Languages course provides options such as translation and interpreting and language for professional communication.

TESOL and Translations is a practical, accredited course designed for language graduates and practicing translators.

  • The Faculty of Business and Law has an excellent record in teaching and research. Portsmouth Business School brings together a number of programmes which help launch and advance careers. Portsmouth Law School is a highly-regarded provider of legal education.

The faculty offers the Accounting, Economics and Finance, Business and Management and Law and Criminology study options among others.

  • The Faculty of Science has a reputation for excellence in both research and teaching. Each department features top-of-the-range facilities, international researchers and knowledgeable staff. The Science department has close working relationships with many industrial and professional employers, which prepares students for a career in the science field and beyond.
  • The Faculty of Technology offers advanced teaching and research in fields such as Engineering, Civil Engineering and Computing.

Popular fields of study in this faculty are Computing and Engineering that offer accredited courses and advanced research opportunities.

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Department structure

Department structure

The University of Portsmouth is divided into five faculties with outstanding facilities and expert teaching staff.

  • The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries comprises courses, research, enterprise and innovation activities concerned with the practice, analysis and criticism of the creative industries.

Architecture and Art and Design courses are prominent study options in this faculty.

  • The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences offers courses and undertakes research in a wide range of subjects such as languages, criminology and education among others.

The Modern Languages course provides options such as translation and interpreting and language for professional communication.

TESOL and Translations is a practical, accredited course designed for language graduates and practicing translators.

  • The Faculty of Business and Law has an excellent record in teaching and research. Portsmouth Business School brings together a number of programmes which help launch and advance careers. Portsmouth Law School is a highly-regarded provider of legal education.

The faculty offers the Accounting, Economics and Finance, Business and Management and Law and Criminology study options among others.

  • The Faculty of Science has a reputation for excellence in both research and teaching. Each department features top-of-the-range facilities, international researchers and knowledgeable staff. The Science department has close working relationships with many industrial and professional employers, which prepares students for a career in the science field and beyond.
  • The Faculty of Technology offers advanced teaching and research in fields such as Engineering, Civil Engineering and Computing.

Popular fields of study in this faculty are Computing and Engineering that offer accredited courses and advanced research opportunities.

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Department structure

Department structure

The University of Portsmouth is divided into five faculties with outstanding facilities and expert teaching staff.

  • The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries comprises courses, research, enterprise and innovation activities concerned with the practice, analysis and criticism of the creative industries.

Architecture and Art and Design courses are prominent study options in this faculty.

  • The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences offers courses and undertakes research in a wide range of subjects such as languages, criminology and education among others.

The Modern Languages course provides options such as translation and interpreting and language for professional communication.

TESOL and Translations is a practical, accredited course designed for language graduates and practicing translators.

  • The Faculty of Business and Law has an excellent record in teaching and research. Portsmouth Business School brings together a number of programmes which help launch and advance careers. Portsmouth Law School is a highly-regarded provider of legal education.

The faculty offers the Accounting, Economics and Finance, Business and Management and Law and Criminology study options among others.

  • The Faculty of Science and Health has a reputation for excellence in both research and teaching. Each department features top-of-the-range facilities, international researchers and knowledgeable staff. The Science department has close working relationships with many industrial and professional employers, which prepares students for a career in the science field and beyond.
  • The Faculty of Technology offers advanced teaching and research in fields such as Engineering, Civil Engineering and Computing.

Popular fields of study in this faculty are Computing and Engineering that offer accredited courses and advanced research opportunities.

Learn more

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Student safety

Student safety

Students are supported 24/7 by the university's Campus Security and Surveillance team, who work to ensure students are studying in a safe environment. The team is available 24 hours a day throughout the year, for emergencies and non-emergency queries. There are also CCTV cameras in most university buildings and halls which are monitored throughout the day by security officers.

The university benefits from its own university police liaison officer. Students who are a victim of a crime can report to the police officer for support. The officer is also available to meet at a weekly drop-in service on campus.

StudentWatch is a programme that aims to improve student safety and awareness. The scheme is a joint initiative with the Hampshire Constabulary and the university. Student volunteers are a point of contact for students with safety concerns and can provide support and advice on being a good neighbour, marking your property, fire safety advice, street sense and protecting property.

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Student safety

Student safety

Students are supported 24/7 by the university's Campus Security and Surveillance team, who work to ensure students are studying in a safe environment. The team is available 24 hours a day throughout the year, for emergencies and non-emergency queries. There are also CCTV cameras in most university buildings and halls which are monitored throughout the day by security officers.

The university benefits from its own university police liaison officer. Students who are a victim of a crime can report to the police officer for support. The officer is also available to meet at a weekly drop-in service on campus.

StudentWatch is a programme that aims to improve student safety and awareness. The scheme is a joint initiative with the Hampshire Constabulary and the university. Student volunteers are a point of contact for students with safety concerns and can provide support and advice on being a good neighbour, marking your property, fire safety advice, street sense and protecting property.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

The University of Portsmouth has course specific entry requirements but students need to meet generic conditions for both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.

Specific entry requirements are detailed on each course page. As a guide, for degree level study, applicants need to have the equivalent of:

  • 2 or 3 good 'A' Levels (GCE Advanced Level)
  • Or a recognised Access/Foundation course
  • Or an International Baccalaureate (minimum score 24)
  • Or an EDEXCEL (BTEC) National Certificate or Diploma (Merit profile)
  • Or High School Leaving Certificate, if it is deemed equivalent to 'A' Level Standard
  • Some courses have higher entry requirements, especially where they are recognised by professional bodies.

As a guide, for masters level applications, applicants will need to have:

  • A good degree pass in a relevant discipline or equivalent, or
  • Relevant work experience in the appropriate field

Every application is considered individually and many factors such as maturity, motivation and work experience are considered in support of the application.

Applications are welcome from students with advanced standing for direct entry to Portsmouth programmes. Students should forward copies of their transcripts (in English) with their application forms, so that an assessment can be made with regard to recognition of previous study.

The applicant’s level of English must be sufficient for studying the chosen course. The student must be able to contribute to classes and pass assignments and examinations. As a general guide, the following English language requirements must be fulfilled:

  • IELTS 5.5 for foundation
  • IELTS 6.0 for undergraduate and
  • IELTS 6.0 to 7.0 for postgraduate entry

Specific scores might be required depending on the course.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

The University of Portsmouth has course specific entry requirements but students need to meet generic conditions for both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.

Specific entry requirements are detailed on each course page. As a guide, for degree level study, applicants need to have the equivalent of:

  • 2 or 3 good 'A' Levels (GCE Advanced Level)
  • Or a recognised Access/Foundation course
  • Or an International Baccalaureate (minimum score 24)
  • Or an EDEXCEL (BTEC) National Certificate or Diploma (Merit profile)
  • Or High School Leaving Certificate, if it is deemed equivalent to 'A' Level Standard
  • Some courses have higher entry requirements, especially where they are recognised by professional bodies.

As a guide, for masters level applications, applicants will need to have:

  • A good degree pass in a relevant discipline or equivalent, or
  • Relevant work experience in the appropriate field

Every application is considered individually and many factors such as maturity, motivation and work experience are considered in support of the application.

Applications are welcome from students with advanced standing for direct entry to Portsmouth programmes. Students should forward copies of their transcripts (in English) with their application forms, so that an assessment can be made with regard to recognition of previous study.

The applicant’s level of English must be sufficient for studying the chosen course. The student must be able to contribute to classes and pass assignments and examinations. As a general guide, the following English language requirements must be fulfilled:

  • IELTS 5.5 for foundation
  • IELTS 6.0 for undergraduate and
  • IELTS 6.0 to 7.0 for postgraduate entry

Specific scores might be required depending on the course.

Know more about country specific requirements…

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

The University of Portsmouth has course specific entry requirements but students need to meet generic conditions for both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.

Specific entry requirements are detailed on each course page. As a guide, for degree level study, applicants need to have the equivalent of:

  • 2 or 3 good 'A' Levels (GCE Advanced Level)
  • Or a recognised Access/Foundation course
  • Or an International Baccalaureate (minimum score 24)
  • Or an EDEXCEL (BTEC) National Certificate or Diploma (Merit profile)
  • Or High School Leaving Certificate, if it is deemed equivalent to 'A' Level Standard
  • Some courses have higher entry requirements, especially where they are recognised by professional bodies.

As a guide, for masters level applications, applicants will need to have:

  • A good degree pass in a relevant discipline or equivalent, or
  • Relevant work experience in the appropriate field

Every application is considered individually and many factors such as maturity, motivation and work experience are considered in support of the application.

Applications are welcome from students with advanced standing for direct entry to Portsmouth programmes. Students should forward copies of their transcripts (in English) with their application forms, so that an assessment can be made with regard to recognition of previous study.

The applicant’s level of English must be sufficient for studying the chosen course. The student must be able to contribute to classes and pass assignments and examinations. As a general guide, the following English language requirements must be fulfilled:

  • IELTS 5.5 for foundation
  • IELTS 6.0 for undergraduate and
  • IELTS 6.0 to 7.0 for postgraduate entry

Specific scores might be required depending on the course.

Know more about country specific requirements…

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

The University of Portsmouth has course specific entry requirements, however students need to meet basic conditions for both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. Specific entry requirements are detailed on each course page. As a guide, for degree level study, applicants need to have the equivalent of:

  • 2 or 3 good 'A' Levels (GCE Advanced Level)
  • Or a recognised Access/Foundation course
  • Or an International Baccalaureate (minimum score 24)
  • Or an EDEXCEL (BTEC) National Certificate or Diploma (Merit profile)
  • Or High School Leaving Certificate, if it is deemed equivalent to 'A' Level Standard
  • Some courses have higher entry requirements, especially where they are recognised by professional bodies.

As a guide, for master's degree level applications, applicants will need to have:

  • A good degree pass in a relevant discipline or equivalent, or
  • Relevant work experience in the appropriate field

Every application is considered individually and many factors such as maturity, motivation and work experience are considered in support of the application. Applications are welcome from students with advanced standing for direct entry to Portsmouth programmes. Students should forward copies of their transcripts (in English) with their application forms, so that an assessment can be made with regard to recognition of previous study.

Students must demonstrate the necessary proficiency in English. As a general guide, the following English language requirements must be fulfilled:

  • IELTS 5.5 for foundation
  • IELTS 6.0 for undergraduate
  • IELTS 6.0 to 7.0 for postgraduate entry

Specific scores might be required depending on the course. Students who do not meet the required English language requirements may be able to gain access to the university via an International College Portsmouth (ICP) pathway programme, or by completing our pre-sessional English programme. Students can find out more about country specific requirements on the university website.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

The University of Portsmouth has course specific entry requirements, however students need to meet basic conditions for both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. Specific entry requirements are detailed on each course page. As a guide, for degree level study, applicants need to have the equivalent of:

  • 2 or 3 good 'A' Levels (GCE Advanced Level)
  • Or a recognised Access/Foundation course
  • Or an International Baccalaureate (minimum score 24)
  • Or an EDEXCEL (BTEC) National Certificate or Diploma (Merit profile)
  • Or High School Leaving Certificate, if it is deemed equivalent to 'A' Level Standard
  • Some courses have higher entry requirements, especially where they are recognised by professional bodies.

As a guide, for master's degree level applications, applicants will need to have:

  • A good degree pass in a relevant discipline or equivalent, or
  • Relevant work experience in the appropriate field

Every application is considered individually and many factors such as maturity, motivation and work experience are considered in support of the application. Applications are welcome from students with advanced standing for direct entry to Portsmouth programmes. Students should forward copies of their transcripts (in English) with their application forms, so that an assessment can be made with regard to recognition of previous study.

Students must demonstrate the necessary proficiency in English. As a general guide, the following English language requirements must be fulfilled:

  • IELTS 5.5 for foundation
  • IELTS 6.0 for undergraduate
  • IELTS 6.0 to 7.0 for postgraduate entry

Specific scores might be required depending on the course. Students who do not meet the required English language requirements may be able to gain access to the university via an International College Portsmouth (ICP) pathway programme, or by completing our pre-sessional English programme. Students can find out more about country specific requirements on the university website.

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Facilities

Facilities

Portsmouth offers excellent facilities including a model pharmacy, courtroom, forensics house, creative studios, tv studios and cutting-edge laboratories. As a city campus, all teaching facilities and most of the residences are in the centre of Portsmouth. The campus is made up of over 40 buildings with green grass spaces and communal areas such as cafés and shops.

The University has invested £150 million into buildings and resources over the last 10 years to give students facilities that will prepare them for the working world, and to assist researchers in pursuing groundbreaking studies in their field.

Learning at Portsmouth is much more than being in a lecture theatre. For many of the courses, students work in real-life learning environments such as a courtroom or pharmacy. These simulated environments demonstrate the strong professionalism of the courses and prepare learners for employment.

Students have access to free internet, WiFi and various computer suites across campus, all with sophisticated computer technology.

Open 24/7 during term time, the library provides:

  • Access to over 380,000 books, 600,000 e-books and 41,000 journals, with extensive off-campus access to e-resources
  • Access to various DVDs, maps, online newspapers and microfilms
  • A wealth of PCs, laptops and Apple Macs available for student use, with free WiFi throughout
  • The ability to borrow books from other libraries
  • Group study rooms
  • Courses to help with stud and research

The student IT support centre provides 24/7 IT support, and hands-on assistance with problems.

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Facilities

Facilities

Portsmouth offers excellent facilities including a model pharmacy, courtroom, forensics house, creative studios, tv studios and cutting-edge laboratories. As a city campus, all teaching facilities and most of the residences are in the centre of Portsmouth. The campus is made up of over 40 buildings with green grass spaces and communal areas such as cafés and shops.

The University has invested £150 million into buildings and resources over the last 10 years to give students facilities that will prepare them for the working world, and to assist researchers in pursuing groundbreaking studies in their field.

Learning at Portsmouth is much more than being in a lecture theatre. For many of the courses, students work in real-life learning environments such as a courtroom or pharmacy. These simulated environments demonstrate the strong professionalism of the courses and prepare learners for employment.

Students have access to free internet, WiFi and various computer suites across campus, all with sophisticated computer technology.

Open 24/7 during term time, the library provides:

  • Access to over 380,000 books, 600,000 e-books and 41,000 journals, with extensive off-campus access to e-resources
  • Access to various DVDs, maps, online newspapers and microfilms
  • A wealth of PCs, laptops and Apple Macs available for student use, with free WiFi throughout
  • The ability to borrow books from other libraries
  • Group study rooms
  • Courses to help with stud and research

The student IT support centre provides 24/7 IT support, and hands-on assistance with problems.

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Facilities

Facilities

Portsmouth offers excellent facilities including a model pharmacy, courtroom, forensics house, creative studios, tv studios and cutting-edge laboratories. As a city campus, all teaching facilities and most of the residences are in the centre of Portsmouth. The campus is made up of over 40 buildings with green grass spaces and communal areas such as cafés and shops.

The University has invested £150 million into buildings and resources over the last 10 years to give students facilities that will prepare them for the working world, and to assist researchers in pursuing groundbreaking studies in their field.

Learning at Portsmouth is much more than being in a lecture theatre. For many of the courses, students work in real-life learning environments such as a courtroom or pharmacy. These simulated environments demonstrate the strong professionalism of the courses and prepare learners for employment.

Students have access to free WiFi and use of around 3,000 PCs and 1,000 laptops across the campus. Open 24/7 during term time, the library provides:

  • Access to over 389,000 books, 725,355 e-books and 56,290 journals, with extensive off-campus access to e-resources
  • Access to various DVDs, maps, online newspapers and microfilms
  • A wealth of PCs and laptops available for student use, with free WiFi throughout
  • The ability to borrow books from other libraries
  • Group study rooms
  • Courses to help with stud and research

The student IT support centre provides 24/7 IT support, and hands-on assistance with problems.

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Facilities

Facilities

Portsmouth offers excellent facilities including a model pharmacy, courtroom, forensics house, creative studios, tv studios and cutting-edge laboratories. Learning at Portsmouth is much more than just lecture theatres. For many of the courses, students work in real-life learning environments such as a courtroom or pharmacy. These simulated environments demonstrate the strong professional focus of the courses and prepare learners for employment.

As a city campus, all teaching facilities and most of the residences are in the centre of Portsmouth. The campus is made up of over 40 buildings with green grass spaces and communal areas such as cafes and shops.

All new students are guaranteed accommodation in their first year, meaning they'll be living either in the city centre or on the seafront. There are a range of accommodation options including self-catered or catered, shared bathroom or en suite and single-sex or mixed-sex flats.

Students have access to free Wi-Fi and use of thousands of PCs and laptops across the campus and in the library. The library is usually open 24/7 during term time, however reduced opening hours are currently applied during the Covid-19 pandemic to manage capacity. The library provides access to hundreds of thousands of books, e-books and journals, with extensive online access to resources.

In 2021, the new GBP 57 million sports centre is due to open at the university and will become one of the UK's most eco-friendly sports facilities. Facilities will include a swimming pool, climbing wall, ski simulator, gym, sports halls, squash courts and a cafe.

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Facilities

Facilities

Portsmouth offers excellent facilities including a model pharmacy, courtroom, forensics house, creative studios, tv studios and cutting-edge laboratories. Learning at Portsmouth is much more than just lecture theatres. For many of the courses, students work in real-life learning environments such as a courtroom or pharmacy. These simulated environments demonstrate the strong professional focus of the courses and prepare learners for employment.

As a city campus, all teaching facilities and most of the residences are in the centre of Portsmouth. The campus is made up of over 40 buildings with green grass spaces and communal areas such as cafes and shops.

All new students are guaranteed accommodation in their first year, meaning they'll be living either in the city centre or on the seafront. There are a range of accommodation options including self-catered or catered, shared bathroom or en suite and single-sex or mixed-sex flats.

Students have access to free Wi-Fi and use of thousands of PCs and laptops across the campus and in the library. The library is open 24/7 during term time and provides access to hundreds of thousands of books, e-books and journals, with extensive online access to resources.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

International students are expected to be fully self-supporting whilst studying at Portsmouth. Before being granted a visa to come and study in the UK, the student must submit proof of adequate financial provision.

The British government, however, offers some awards to international students through the British Council. Applications are through British Council offices in the student’s home country.

  • The PassPort Bursary gives a fee reduction in the first year of study for a self-funded international student. It applies to all degree courses with fees of £13,200 and above for 2018 entry. Applicants from eligible countries do not need to apply for the bursary eligible applicants will be entered automatically.
  • Global Outreach Access to Learning (GOAL) Awards are bursaries that give students a fee reduction in the first year of study. It applies to all degree courses with fees of £13,200 or above for 2018 entry.

Some scholarships are available to help with the financial costs of going to university. These include the following:

  • Santander Scholarships: The scholarships, which take the form of a fee waiver are awarded on academic merit. Eligible candidates, in receipt of an unconditional offer, are invited to apply for the scholarship.
  • Chevening Scholarships: The highly sought-after scholarships are awarded to outstanding scholars with leadership potential. Awards are typically for a one-year masters degree in any subject.
  • Commonwealth Scholarships: Commonwealth Scholarship Commission supports scholarships and fellowships for postgraduate study and professional development.
  • School of Earth and Environmental Sciences Scholarships: A number of scholarships are available in the faculty of Science for students from Nigeria and Ghana with a 20% fee reduction for a selection of full-time postgraduate courses.
  • GREAT Scholarships: GREAT Scholarships are available to students from India and China and are offered in partnership with the British Council.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

International students are expected to be fully self-supporting whilst studying at Portsmouth. Before being granted a visa to come and study in the UK, the student must submit proof of adequate financial provision.

The British government, however, offers some awards to international students through the British Council. Applications are through British Council offices in the student’s home country.

  • The PassPort Bursary gives a fee reduction in the first year of study for a self-funded international student. It applies to all degree courses with fees of £13,200 and above for 2018 entry. Applicants from eligible countries do not need to apply for the bursary eligible applicants will be entered automatically.
  • Global Outreach Access to Learning (GOAL) Awards are bursaries that give students a fee reduction in the first year of study. It applies to all degree courses with fees of £13,200 or above for 2018 entry.

Some scholarships are available to help with the financial costs of going to university. These include the following:

  • Santander Scholarships: The scholarships, which take the form of a fee waiver are awarded on academic merit. Eligible candidates, in receipt of an unconditional offer, are invited to apply for the scholarship.
  • Chevening Scholarships: The highly sought-after scholarships are awarded to outstanding scholars with leadership potential. Awards are typically for a one-year masters degree in any subject.
  • Commonwealth Scholarships: Commonwealth Scholarship Commission supports scholarships and fellowships for postgraduate study and professional development.
  • School of Earth and Environmental Sciences Scholarships: A number of scholarships are available in the faculty of Science for students from Nigeria and Ghana with a 20% fee reduction for a selection of full-time postgraduate courses.
  • GREAT Scholarships: GREAT Scholarships are available to students from India and China and are offered in partnership with the British Council.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

International students are expected to be fully self-supporting whilst studying at Portsmouth. Before being granted a visa to come and study in the UK, the student must submit proof of adequate financial provision.

The British government, however, offers some awards to international students through the British Council. Applications are through British Council offices in the student’s home country.

  • For September 2020 entry onwards, eligible students will be able to receive the Vice Chancellor's Global Development Scholarship. This scholarship will take the form of a £1600 fee reduction that will apply to your first year of study.
  • For September 2020 entry onwards eligible students will be able to receive the Chancellors Global Academic Merit Scholarship. This scholarship will take the form of a £5000 fee reduction that will apply to your first year of study. This scholarship is merit based so students would need to have met all their offer conditions by 1st June 2020 (for September 2020 entry).

Eligibility varies depending on course of study and nationality. Find out more about the scholarships offered.

Some scholarships are available to help with the financial costs of going to university. These include the following:

  • Santander Scholarships: The scholarships, which take the form of a fee waiver are awarded on academic merit. Eligible candidates, in receipt of an unconditional offer, are invited to apply for the scholarship.
  • Chevening Scholarships: The highly sought-after scholarships are awarded to outstanding scholars with leadership potential. Awards are typically for a one-year masters degree in any subject.
  • Commonwealth Scholarships: Commonwealth Scholarship Commission supports scholarships and fellowships for postgraduate study and professional development.
  • GREAT Scholarships: GREAT Scholarships are available to students from India and China and are offered in partnership with the British Council.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

International students are expected to be fully self-supporting whilst studying at Portsmouth. Before being granted a visa to come and study in the UK, the student must submit proof of adequate financial provision. The university does however, offer a small number of scholarships exclusively for International students:

  • The Vice Chancellor's Global Development Scholarship takes the form of a GBP 1,600 fee reduction that will apply to the first year of study. Eligible students from selected countries will be automatically awarded this scholarship.
  • The Chancellor's Global Academic Merit Scholarship takes the form of a GBP 5,000 fee reduction that will apply to the first year of study. There are limited numbers available to eligible students from selected countries. This scholarship is merit based so students would need to have accepted their offer conditions by 1st June 2021 (for September 2021 entry).

Eligibility varies depending on course of study and nationality. Students can find out more about the scholarships offered on the university website. Some external scholarships are available to help with the financial costs of going to university. These include the following:

  • Santander Scholarships: The scholarships, which take the form of a fee waiver are awarded on academic merit. Eligible candidates, in receipt of an unconditional offer, are invited to apply for the scholarship.
  • Chevening Scholarships: The highly sought-after scholarships are awarded to outstanding scholars with leadership potential. Awards are typically for a one-year master's degree in any subject.
  • Commonwealth Scholarships: Commonwealth Scholarship Commission supports scholarships and fellowships for postgraduate study and professional development.
  • GREAT Scholarships: GREAT Scholarships are available to students from India and China and are offered in partnership with the British Council.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

International students are expected to be fully self-supporting whilst studying at Portsmouth. Before being granted a visa to come and study in the UK, the student must submit proof of adequate financial provision. The university does however, offer a small number of scholarships exclusively for International students:

  • The Vice Chancellor's Global Development Scholarship takes the form of a GBP 1,600 fee reduction that will apply to the first year of study. Eligible students from selected countries will be automatically awarded this scholarship.
  • The Chancellor's Global Academic Merit Scholarship takes the form of a GBP 5,000 fee reduction that will apply to the first year of study. There are limited numbers available to eligible students from selected countries. This scholarship is merit based.

Eligibility varies depending on course of study and nationality. Students can find out more about the scholarships offered on the university website. Some external scholarships are available to help with the financial costs of going to university. These include the following:

  • Santander Scholarships: The scholarships, which take the form of a fee waiver are awarded on academic merit. Eligible candidates, in receipt of an unconditional offer, are invited to apply for the scholarship.
  • Chevening Scholarships: The highly sought-after scholarships are awarded to outstanding scholars with leadership potential. Awards are typically for a one-year master's degree in any subject.
  • Commonwealth Scholarships: Commonwealth Scholarship Commission supports scholarships and fellowships for postgraduate study and professional development.
  • GREAT Scholarships: GREAT Scholarships are available to students from India and China and are offered in partnership with the British Council.

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