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Top 15 ranking for Coventry in leading university guide
Coventry University has broken into the top 15 of UK universities in the Guardian University Guide 2016, which is published today in the Guardian newspaper.
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A new scholarship scheme is being established at Coventry University London Campus (CULC) to help students from Arab League countries pursue postgraduate study in the United Kingdom.
A nursing lecturer at Coventry University has been voted the best in her field at a national awards ceremony for the profession.
Saturday saw 350 alumni and representatives from the Ministry of Education, British Council and leading academic and industry partners come together in Diaoyutai State Guesthouse in Beijing to celebrate the success of Coventry University.
Coventry University is inviting members of the public to join in a live art show taking place at the Lanchester Gallery in Coventry city centre on Monday 11 May.
A forthcoming lecture at Coventry University will explore the implications of an experiment in which a computer tricked people into thinking it was a human being.
Sufferers of type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) who quit smoking are likely to see a temporary deterioration in their glycaemic control which could last up to three years, according to new research by Coventry University published today in The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology.
Coventry University has risen three places to 48th overall and become the UK's top modern university in the Complete University Guide 2016, published today.
The quality of nursing education at Coventry University is gaining widespread recognition with a member of its staff and its teaching methods being nominated for prestigious national awards.
Performing arts students from Coventry University will be playing to the public over the next four weeks as part of an annual celebration of the city’s creative talent.
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