The main things you need to know about studying at the University of Portsmouth.
The University of Portsmouth ranked in the top 600 in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings for 2021
Students currently studying with or having graduated within five years can benefit from the careers and employability service. Support includes advice, job hunting help, employability workshops and recruitment events.
There are seven different Bursaries on offer from fixed amounts a year to free stays in halls offered. These can be found here: There is also support for students with [dependants](https://www.port.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/undergraduate-fees-and-student-finance/financial-support-for-students-with-dependants and students with disabilities). as well as care leavers
Students who fulfil the correct criteria and apply on time will recieve a guaranteed room. Options include self catered en suite, as well as catered en suite, self catered shared and catered shared which can be found here:
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The Students’ Union provides events like the Virtual Freshers Fayre and over 140 different societies and clubs which can be found here, there is plenty for students to do.
Alumni include Tim Peake, Simon Armitage and John Flint.
The University announced in October 2020 that it was partnering with the TechnoGym to deliver health and fitness solutions in their brand new £57 million sports centre. It has been designed to high sustainability credentials even receiving an Outstanding from the worlds leading building sustainability assessment.
"Portsmouth is a popular city for students, who enjoy its bright, vibrant environment and the modern, forward thinking university".
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