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Chancellor chooses Coventry's 'faculty on the factory floor' to announce devo deal
The chancellor George Osborne chose the Institute for Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering (AME) in Coventry to announce the long-anticipated West Midlands devolution deal this morning.
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Coventry University continued its unprecedented year of success tonight when it was named 'University of the Year' in the annual Times Higher Education (THE) Awards.
Coventry University is in the running for the 'University of the Year' accolade in the Times Higher Education magazine's prestigious annual awards tonight.
Coventry University students have joined forces with a local voluntary group to kick start a campaign for a bandstand to be built in the city’s War Memorial Park - and now members of the public are being urged to get involved in the initiative.
A new collaboration between Coventry University and a tech company specialising in cybersecurity is aiming to improve the methods of online threat detection available to industry.
A health professor at Coventry University will be swapping the lab for the Lords this week as part of a Royal Society initiative to pair up the UK's leading scientists and policymakers to give them a taste of each other's worlds.
Business Management graduate, Alex Wainmann, has been chosen to receive a £200 prize fund offered by Hays Recruitment; the prize is awarded annually and is based upon student’s performance during a work placement.
The chancellor George Osborne chose the Institute for Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering (AME) in Coventry to announce the long-anticipated West Midlands devolution deal.
The award is granted to an international student based upon their overall academic excellence, with Fabian being considered amongst a number of other excellent nominee’s.
An Oscar nominated visual effects supremo is to receive an honorary degree from Coventry University this week.
Coventry University’s Centre for Business in Society (CBiS) has organised a seminar on Responsibility in Fine Jewellery Consumption. This will be held at the Birmingham Assay Office on November 11.
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