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Welcome to all our new global students!

A big Library welcome to everyone joining us from around the globe!  We have students arriving from as far afield as Canada and Sakhalin – an island(?) on the East coast of Russia, just North of Japan!

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Introducing your Lexis Library (law eresource) student expert

We are excited to welcome a whole host of new Law students, as well as those lucky second-year Business Students about to start studying the law in their compulsory business law unit.  You will all be happy to hear that

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Portsmouth Municipal College during the First World War

The story of life during the Great War at one of the University of Portsmouth’s predecessor institutions, as glimpsed through the student press. Although only having opened in 1908, by 1913 the staff and students of Portsmouth Municipal College were

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Empty nests

The Autumn Term at the University of Portsmouth has always been my favourite. It’s when we get to meet all of our new students, and the excitement in the air is palpable. The Autumn Term brings with it that “first

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First year (Level 4) students invited to take part in a national study

Professor Sherria Hoskins has invited all Level 4 (Year 1) undergraduate students, to take part in an important national study to explore how students develop over the course of their degree.  By taking part, as a first year student you would

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EU referendum – advice for students

After a long and sometimes painful period of campaigning, the referendum on UK membership of the EU has resulted in a majority ‘leave’ vote by a narrow margin. I would like to reassure you that, as current students of our

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The hottest ticket in town

Apparently your student card is your ticket to the “hottest night spot” in town (for final year students at least), according to this article in The Tab.  Not sure quite how we managed that but it is good to be popular.

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In your final year? Have your say!

The National Student Survey (NSS) is open for all final year students to let the University know how well we did on 30 April.  We really appreciate how busy you are but it really helps us learn from your experience here

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Tales from a student law database representative

Our student Westlaw representative, Mitchell Durrant, whom some of you may remember training you to qualify for certification using this premium legal database recently made a successful presentation to the Westlaw AGM at Thomson Reuters headquarters in Canary Wharf.  It

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National Student Survey launch

The National Student Survey (NSS) takes place this year between 18 January and 30 April.  It is important that you take part in the survey; it is an opportunity for you to tell the University about your experiences – and

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