A University of Portsmouth, CCI, Illustration student has beaten over 40 entries to win this year’s University Alliance Christmas Card competition.
A team of BA Architecture students, from the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries, at the University of Portsmouth have won third place at an international design competition.
Four students from the School of Architecture at the University of Portsmouth’s Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries have been awarded prizes for their work by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA). The student designs ranged from futuristic social housing in Winchester to pods for life on Mars.
An animated film depicting teddy bears as refugees by a Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries student at the University of Portsmouth has won an award from the charity, Refugee Education Across Conflicts Trust (REACT).
First year PhD student and Research Assistant for Enterprise & Innovation, Carolyn Watt, won 3rd place in the University of Portsmouth faculty wide #UPsharemythesis competition.
Chloe Hunt, third year Graphic Design student from the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries at the University of Portsmouth, has won the Faculty’s Graduate Show Design Competition.
Lorraine Dancer, graduate of the University of Portsmouth’s BA (Hons) Eduucation and Training Studies and MA Creative Writing, has had an e-book published.
This student design competition is sponsored by a Japanese Bank to help revitalize the regional Ibaraki economy in Japan. It asks students to create designs for local Ibaraki products, in this case tea. The winning design will be selected by the company producing the product and the packaging will be produced with the name of the student and their institution. The winning student (or representative student if a group submission) will be invited to visit Ibaraki for one week during the summer of 2017.
The Royal Television Society has launched its Undergraduate Bursary Schemes for 2017,. The RTS is offering 20 bursaries to students studying accredited TV Production and Broadcast Journalism degree courses and a further five technology bursaries for students studying Computing and Engineering, and investing over £75,000 to support UK students from lower income backgrounds.