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Coventry University is a diverse and exciting place to work and we share the enthusiasm of our staff and students to be the best at whatever they choose to do. As one of the City’s biggest employers, we offer some impressive benefits for our staff and are committed to delivering the very best opportunities. We have a comprehensive training, personal and professional development programme that provides our employees with the skills to enhance their performance in the workplace and grow in their careers. There are pension schemes, a generous holiday allowance and flexible working opportunities as well as lifestyle benefits including childcare vouchers, discounted membership to the £4 million sports and recreation centre and schemes such as Cycle to Work and the CU Car Share initiative.

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    University vice-chancellor meets the Prince of Wales in Jordan

    A hi-tech innovation campus in Jordan – kitted out with the help of Coventry University subsidiary Serious Games International Ltd (SGIL) – was the venue for a meeting between the University's vice-chancellor, Professor John Latham, and His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales.

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    Holocaust survivor's moving testimony
    Holocaust survivor's moving testimony

    • News Categories: Visitors and dignitaries news

    A Holocaust survivor shared her story with staff and students at a special lecture, which took place on campus on Wednesday 18 February.

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    Scholarship scheme for women engineers receives Tata Technologies support
    Scholarship scheme for women engineers receives Tata Technologies support

    • News Categories: Engineering mathematics and computing, Students news

    A Coventry University scholarship programme designed to support the disproportionately low number of women studying engineering and computing has received the backing of manufacturing industry leader Tata Technologies.

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    University's student placement service voted the UK's best
    University's student placement service voted the UK's best

    • News Categories: Engineering mathematics and computing, University achievements news

    Coventry University’s efforts to enhance the career prospects of its students have been recognised at a national awards ceremony.

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    Uni vice-chancellor meets the Prince of Wales in Jordan
    Uni vice-chancellor meets the Prince of Wales in Jordan

    • News Categories: Visitors and dignitaries news, University achievements news

    A hi-tech innovation centre in Jordan – kitted out with the help of Coventry University subsidiary Serious Games International Ltd (SGIL) – was the venue for a meeting this week between the University's vice-chancellor, Professor John Latham, and His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales.

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    Social care packages: Coventry study shows direct payments do not guarantee choice and control for older people
    Social care packages: Coventry study shows direct payments do not guarantee choice and control for older people

    • News Categories: Research news, Health psychology sport and life sciences news

    25% of older people needing help with basic tasks still cannot choose when they eat, when to take a bath or shower or what time to go to bed, according to a study by researchers at Coventry University's Centre for Communities and Social Justice.

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    Health effects of gardening explored in uni's motion capture lab
    Health effects of gardening explored in uni's motion capture lab

    • News Categories: Research news, Business facing news

    The design of gardening tools and their effect on the physical health of gardeners were explored by Coventry University and the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) this week as part of a joint study the two organisations are carrying out.

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    Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby to deliver lecture at Coventry University
    Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby to deliver lecture at Coventry University

    • News Categories: Visitors and dignitaries news, Business environment and society

    The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby will be delivering a public lecture at Coventry University on Tuesday 3 February.

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    Sports prof: teams and personalities must up their game on social media
    Sports prof: teams and personalities must up their game on social media

    • News Categories: Business environment and society

    High-profile sports teams and personalities are struggling to get to grips with social media and its commercial potential, according to an expert in sport business strategy.

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    New research compares inequalities in UK's child safeguarding systems
    New research compares inequalities in UK's child safeguarding systems

    • News Categories: Research news, University achievements news

    Why are children from poor neighbourhoods more likely to be subject to a child protection intervention than those living in better off areas? And is deprivation the primary cause? That is what a comprehensive new research programme led by Coventry University and funded by the Nuffield Foundation aims to find out.

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    Banks' weakest link is the untrained employee, warns cyber expert
    Banks' weakest link is the untrained employee, warns cyber expert

    • News Categories: Business environment and society, Business facing news

    As the UK and US announce increased cooperation on cybersecurity – particularly around the banking sector – a Coventry University expert has warned that financial firms need to focus more on the human element of cybersecurity rather than just the technical safeguards.

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