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Coventry-led study seeks to unravel Mediterranean migration crisis
Coventry University is playing a leading role in a £1 million initiative to carry out urgent research into the ongoing migrant and refugee crisis which is gripping Europe.
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Coventry University has appointed a new strategic leader to help grow its commercial activities in the UK and overseas.
Over 200 staff and students have gathered with local and overseas VIPs for a celebration and the official presentation of Coventry University’s Queen’s Award for Enterprise, with both the Vice Lord-Lieutenant and High Sheriff of the West Midlands in attendance.
It’s as tough as steel and sturdier than concrete – and now bamboo is set to be the focus of a $200,000 research project co-led by academics at Coventry University and funded by the British and U.S. governments.
The university is taking part in The Sorrell Foundation’s National Art & Design Saturday Club and have already begun delivering weekly art lessons, starting from Saturday 26th September, to young people aged between 14 and 16 years of age.
London's transport system could be boosted and its congestion eased with the introduction of a futuristic rickshaw service, according to an automotive design student's twenty-first century vision for the city.
Coventry University has been named 'Modern University of the Year' for an unprecedented third time in a row in the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2016, which is published in full on Sunday.
Coventry University has been named ‘Modern University of the Year’ for an unprecedented third time in a row in the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2016, which is published in full on Sunday.
Staff and students within the university’s faculty of health and life sciences have recently attracted praise and recognition for their work amongst their professional peers.
A leading figure from the Commonwealth provided an overview of the work it undertakes to promote democracy and development during a recent visit to Coventry.
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