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Portsmouth rises five places in Complete University Guide

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UoP 2017 Logo webThe University of Portsmouth has risen five places in TheCompleteUniversityGuide.co.uk 2019 league tables, an independent ranking of excellence in 131 UK universities, published today (Wednesday 25 April 2018).

The University continued its improvement in the recent rankings and is now ranked 51st, up from 56th place last year. Portsmouth has moved up 38 places since 2011 to become one of the highest ranked ‘post-1992’ universities in the country.

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Location for new University of Portsmouth Eye Clinic revealed

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UOP OPTOMETRY webThe site of a new University of Portsmouth Eye Clinic offering free eye tests for local residents, staff, students and alumni has been chosen.

The new state-of-the-art clinic will open this autumn at the former Blackwell’s bookshop site in Cambridge Road after a decision was made on how best to use the empty space for the benefit of the University and local community.

The clinic will be staffed by fully qualified optometrists, who will supervise second and third year optometry students to help them gain the essential clinical experience to qualify as practising eye specialists.

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Could you be a Gig Buddy?

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Gig Buddies is a project based in Fratton that matches volunteers and adults with learning disabilities, who share hobbies and interests, to go out and enjoy a fulfilling social life.

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Aryana Vashisht: NatWest's Local Business Growth Enabler

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Stef Nienaltowski caught up with Aryana Vashisht after Shaping Portsmout's recent Business Leaders meeting to discuss a number of different topics in her role as NatWest's Local Business Growth Enabler.

Aryana had worked with Shaping last year, when we ran the Entrepreneurial Spark programme which was funded by NatWest, our own PCC, and the University of Portsmouth. That programme was a great success, and Stef was interested to see what the rest of Aryana's role involved.

From the Business Boost event she is running in May at Lakeside North Harbour to her own radio show, this is a lady with many activities in play.

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University students lead Fashion Revolution

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UoP 2017 Logo webFashion students at the University of Portsmouth are running a series of events next week promoting sustainable fashion.

The activities are part of Fashion Revolution, an international movement highlighting some of the exploitative and environmentally damaging practices in the fashion industry and challenging the way that clothing is produced, sourced and consumed.

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