29 Nov 2021
If you’ve ever found yourself losing your place in a lengthy Excel sheet, you’ll understand how much easier the human mind finds it to process visuals versus rows of numbers and letters.
4 Nov 2021
Find out about Dr Lisa Sugiura's latest book, highlighting the harms that arise from misogynistic ideologies within the incel community.
18 Oct 2021
Utilising big data insights is an important aspect of every successful organisation, with a lot of specialist work that goes into uncovering said information.
27 Sep 2021
Whether you recruit, train and manage people directly, or develop company strategy instead, people management can be rewarding and satisfying. In a shifting political, legal, economic and technological landscape, it’s also challenging and complex.
2 Aug 2021
In this Q&A, current MSc Cybercrime student Zoe-Clair tells us about why she chose to study online with Portsmouth, how she thinks her degree will help her career and her advice for others thinking of doing a master's in cybercrime.
1 Jul 2021
Being entrepreneurial and being innovative are two of the most cherished human qualities. These are the attributes of some of the most successful people in the world, no matter what profession they pursue, what geography they operate in and what part of human history they come from.
15 Jun 2021
In the last year, the world has been shaken by the covid-19 pandemic, with many employees and organisations having been thrust into home and digital working. This is set to shape the future of the contemporary workplace, and in turn, global HR practices.
24 May 2021
If you’re applying for a Master’s course without having an undergraduate degree or equivalent, you may be wondering if this could affect your odds of being accepted onto your programme of choice.