A quick note about A level cancellations and what it means for you
Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, A levels in 2020 have been cancelled, but please don't worry. We're not going anywhere and you'll still be getting your A level and other exam results in the summer.
Right now, we're working with everyone involved – including UCAS, exam boards and the Government – to figure out how the admissions process will work for students who want to start in autumn 2020.
We'll work out a solution and once the situation becomes clearer, we'll be as excited as ever to welcome you to the University.
So for now, all you need to focus on is keeping up your hand hygiene and staying safe.
Whether you're thinking of coming to university after school or college, or returning to education after a break, we have more than 190 undergraduate degree courses to choose from.
On the following pages, you'll find answers to important questions about undergraduate study: including how to choose a degree and a university, how to get your tuition fees sorted, and how to apply for an undergraduate course. You can also explore the city and University through our virtual undergraduate open day, and get your hands on our undergraduate prospectus.
Want to find out more about undergraduate life at Portsmouth? Start exploring here.
Come to an Open Day to find out more about student life in Portsmouth, talk to our staff and students about what it's like to study here, learn more about your course, and explore the city, the University and our campus.
When choosing your degree course, you want to make the right decision for you. Read our advice on how to compare courses, how to find a university that suits you, and how to get ready for student life in a new city.
Applying to uni can seem complicated, so we've broken down the application process to make it easier for you. Discover all you need to know about applying for your course and what happens after you apply.
Find out how to get student finance to fund your undergraduate degree, how to apply for a student loan, how to budget for your living costs and pay your rent, and who to talk to if you need support.
Hear from our graduates including our Chancellor Karen Blackett and Paralympian Lauren Steadman on why they're proud to be part of our community.