Level 4 student Emily Hopper discusses her experiences of studying literature at the University of Portsmouth.
First year literature student, Chloe, gives four useful tips for getting the most out of your reading time!
In the first part of this feature, final year student Nicole will discuss how best to tackle critical theory.
Dickens, Kipling and Coraline: what do they all have to do with Portsmouth?
Nicole Chapman (level 6 student, English Language and Literature) provides some advice on how to get the most out of your second year at Portsmouth.
Amy Thomson, a level 6 student in 2018/19, offers some advice about how to get the most out of the final year of your literature degree at Portsmouth.
Kim spent the 2017/18 academic year in the Belgian city of Ghent. Here she describes her impressions of the city.
At the end of my first year studying literature at Portsmouth, I realised that, rather than continue with my regular studies, I needed to take advantage of a situation which would lead to culture, experience and growth. The above explains very accurately how my Erasmus Study/Work placement year in Germany panned out. In September 2018, […]
Level 5 (second-year) student Ayesha Askar-Harris reflects on some recent trends in theatrical adaptations. What does it take to make good theatre? Well, when it comes to art everything is subjective. So there really isn’t a formula for making it “good” because no matter what you do you will always have critics. However, laziness is […]
Level 4 (first-year) student Charlotte Maguire explains how she has been able to develop her life-long passion for writing while at University. Writing has always been a source of escapism for me. My first pieces were comics that I drew when I was five. Picking up a pen and writing felt natural and I even […]