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Top university guide hails Coventry as best for student experience
Coventry University has been named 'University of the Year for Student Experience' in the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2015, and has retained its title of 'Modern University of the Year' for the second consecutive year.
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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.
Members of the public are invited to join a Remembrance Day service, marking 100 years since the outbreak of the First World War, at Coventry University’s city centre campus on Tuesday 11 November.
A recently created garden space at Coventry University’s city centre campus has received a Special Award for Innovation from the Green Flag Award Scheme, which is run by leading environmental charity Keep Britain Tidy.
A Coventry University fashion graduate has won a major accolade in a prestigious industry competition.
Four undergraduates from the university’s Forensic Investigations BSc joined Barclays fraud operations team in Coventry on a work placement scheme in June and completed their assignment last month.
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