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Coventry ranked amongst of the world's best student cities
Coventry has been ranked ahead of the likes of Prague, Brussels and Osaka in a league table which rates the top 50 best student cities in the world – and it is one of only four UK cities to feature in the list.
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A former transport design student from Coventry University has won a prestigious automotive industry award for innovation just a week after graduating from her course.
A new report by NSPCC and Coventry University shows that despite being the 'front line' when it comes to working with highly vulnerable and abused children, caseload pressures, the expectations of partner agencies and insufficient support and preventative services are limiting the support social workers are able to provide to children.
Five young Tibetans from the Indian Himalayan region of Sikkim visited Coventry last week as part of a cultural initiative to help them raise awareness of the political and economic situation in their country.
A new Coventry-based initiative which specialises in training, volunteering and event management is in the running for a regional social enterprise award in recognition of the services it provides to the local community.
Students from Coventry Business School recently took part in an outdoor adventure in Shropshire with a leading outdoor education provider.
A leading advocate of women’s rights in Central Africa is being honoured for the work she undertakes supporting victims of sexual violence.
A new exhibition of paintings from one of the region’s leading artists opens at the Lanchester Gallery in Coventry from Friday 21 November.
An up and coming author from Coventry has won a local poetry competition for his collection of works depicting the city and its people.
Stephen Sutton MBE, the teenager who raised £5 million for the Teenage Cancer Trust after a four year battle with cancer, will be posthumously awarded an honorary degree by Coventry University next week.
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