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Dental Academy

The Dental Academy has a Pre- Clinical Skills Laboratory which is a 26-bench laboratory for Dental Hygienist and Dental Therapist students. You can use it to develop your pre-clinical periodontal, restorative and paediatric dentistry skills.

Future Technology Centre

The Future Technology Centre is a hub for science and engineering students where you can use the latest simulation, visualisation and modelling equipment, and learn advanced techniques like digital microscopy and laser sintering.

Societies

There are loads of student-run societies at the University, covering sport, culture, politics, gaming, faith and much more. Here are a few of the many: Acting • Afro-Caribbean • Amnesty International • Anime • Art and Design • Bhangra • Brazilian Jiu-jitsu • Breakdance • Chinese • Circus Skills • Creative Writing • Cuban Salsa • Drum and Bass • Five-a-Side Football • Gaming • Gospel Choir • Indian • International Development • Islamic • Italian • Japanese • Judo • Kenyan • Korean • LGBT+ • Malaysian • Music • Nigerian • Photography • Reenactment • Rounders • Rowing • Sci-Fi • Skydive • Sub-Aqua Club • Tap Dance • Water Polo • Yoga

Sporting Facilities

The university provides numerous sporting facilities. The 100+ station gym has the latest fitness equipment, including cardiovascular and resistance machines, and abdominal and free weights areas. Other facilities include sports halls, football and rugby pitches, tennis and squash courts, floodlit hockey and 3G pitches.

University Library

The university library provides laptops, computers and books to ensure every student gets the information and support they need for their studies. The library offers referencing help for your assignments, you can book a group study room for your coursework and grab a snack or drink at the café. They have a large catalogue of books available online as well as records on where to find physical books in the library and their availability.

University of Portsmouth

Welcome to the University of Portsmouth

Welcome to the University of Portsmouth. I am very pleased that we have established ICP as an Associate College of the University. This partnership allows students to begin their Pathway at ICP and study on-campus at the University of Portsmouth. This extends the reach of the University both globally and academically, and gives an opportunity to take a Portsmouth degree to many aspiring students from overseas who may not otherwise be ready to move directly into undergraduate or postgraduate studies with us.

At Portsmouth we foster a thriving cosmopolitan community in which we value the contribution to campus intellectual and social life made by our international students. We believe that we have a healthy and mutually enriching environment for both home and overseas students. I wish you every success in your ICP studies and in your exciting new life in Portsmouth. I look forward, in due course, to hearing of your progress through one of our degrees and eventually I hope to welcome you at our Graduation Ceremony where we can celebrate your academic achievements.

Professor Graham Galbraith
Vice-Chancellor
University of Portsmouth

Why study at the University of Portsmouth

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The history of the University of Portsmouth dates back to 1869. Since the first degree was awarded in 1900, the University has maintained its commitment to promoting and maintaining excellence in teaching and research across its five faculties.

The University currently has around 24,000 students, including almost 4,000 overseas students from over 150 countries. A growing reputation for excellence means the University is becoming the preferred destination for many students, tutors and researchers.

The University of Portsmouth is ranked 21st in the 2020 Guardian University Guide - its highest ever position in any university league table. The Guardian’s University Guide ranks universities on a range of factors that students care about: how much they will benefit from the teaching, whether current students like the university and the subject, and what their chances are of getting a good job. Other aspects that contribute to The Guardian’s University Guide rankings include: spending per student, student/staff ratio, graduate career prospects and a value-added score that compares students’ entry qualifications with their final degree results.

Portsmouth was rated Gold in the UK Government’s Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) and are ranked in the top 20 UK universities for overall student satisfaction in the National Student Survey (NSS). The Economist also rates the University of Portsmouth as number one in the UK for boosting graduate salaries, with 97.5 per cent of graduates working or in further study six months after they graduated.

At Portsmouth, whatever you choose to study, you will participate in a challenging academic course and learn in excellent spaces. You’ll be studying in modern surroundings using cutting-edge facilities. Latest spends include a £4m library refurbishment, a £9m media and performing arts space, and an £11m Future Technology Centre to inspire a new generation of engineers.

At Portsmouth, whatever you choose to study, you will participate in a challenging academic course and learn in excellent spaces. You’ll be studying in modern surroundings using cutting-edge facilities. Latest spends include a £4m library refurbishment, a £9m media and performing arts space, and an £11m Future Technology Centre to inspire a new generation of engineers.

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