We're happy to have you back.
While you've been away, we changed a few things to help you continue with your studies as smoothly as possible. But before you start exploring the changes and re-discovering the opportunities available to you, make sure you've re-registered on your course.
Returning in 2021
Welcome Month events aren't just for new students – find inspiration to meet new people and try new activities.
Find out about the changes to how we teach and work to keep you safe on campus
It might feel like you’re starting over again in Portsmouth – if you’re returning to the UK, refresh your memory of what you need to do before and after you arrive.
The important stuff
Your course induction information and induction week timetable will be available in September. Get a head start on the new academic year.
If you're back for the second year of your course, your course information and first week timetable will be available in September.
Head to the 'My Course' section for everything you need to manage your course, including links to Moodle, your timetable and course marks.
Access IT services including the wireless network, VPN, Google Apps and remote resources.
Explore the learning and academic support we offer throughout your studies – especially if your circumstances have changed since last year.
Read our advice on taking care of yourself at uni to stay healthy and achieve your best.
You'll spend more time studying online this year – find out how to study online successfully, set up your study space and stay motivated.
Make the most out of uni
Throw yourself into uni life – join a sport or society and discover opportunities alongside your studies.
Amazing places to eat and independent shops with takeaway and click and collect options plus great green spaces to explore – everything you need to work, rest and play in your city.
The Music Department offers a wide range of musical activities regardless of your area of study.
Immerse yourself in another culture and meet new people by choosing from 8 language programmes.
Take a closer look at the many societies and clubs you can join, and find out what the Students' Union can do for you.