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Working with Coventry University

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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    Coventry University excels in UK-wide research assessment

    The Research Excellence Framework (REF) - a government initiative for assessing the quality of research across all UK higher education institutions - has rated significant areas of Coventry University's research as 'world leading' and 'internationally excellent'.

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    Funding boost for Serious Games Institute's assistive tech innovation
    Funding boost for Serious Games Institute's assistive tech innovation

    • News Categories: Engineering mathematics and computing, Research news

    The team behind a new app that will support the learning of disabled workers has been given a funding boost by the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) to progress its concept from idea to reality.

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    Coventry University excels in UK-wide research assessment
    Coventry University excels in UK-wide research assessment

    • News Categories: Research news, University achievements news

    A government initiative for assessing the quality of research across all UK higher education institutions has rated significant areas of Coventry University's research as 'world leading' and 'internationally excellent'.

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    Archbishop Welby highlights University's work in Lords debate
    Archbishop Welby highlights University's work in Lords debate

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

    The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, has used a House of Lords debate to highlight Coventry University's research into the role played by religious groups in preventing violent conflict.

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    £5 million boost for University's new science and health 'superlab'
    £5 million boost for University's new science and health 'superlab'

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

    Coventry University's flagship new Science and Health Building, due for completion in 2017, has been awarded a £4.9 million grant by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) as part of the government's Science and Innovation Strategy published this week.

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    Leading academic joins Coventry University's research drive
    Leading academic joins Coventry University's research drive

    • News Categories: Research news

    Coventry University has strengthened its commitment to research excellence with the addition of Professor Olivier Sparagano as Associate Pro Vice Chancellor for Research.

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    Health app offers advice on how to prevent falls in the home
    Health app offers advice on how to prevent falls in the home

    • News Categories: Health psychology sport and life sciences news

    Coventry University has designed a new app which offers advice to people on how to prevent falls at home.

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    Online degree aims to boost UK's cyber risk management skills
    Online degree aims to boost UK's cyber risk management skills

    • News Categories: Business facing news, Engineering mathematics and computing

    A new online master’s degree in cyber security launched by Coventry University’s Business School and supported by the Prime Minister is aiming to tackle a skills gap in UK employers’ information risk management.

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    Graduate film maker releases sci-fi short after wowing US audiences
    Graduate film maker releases sci-fi short after wowing US audiences

    • News Categories: Arts design and media, Former students news

    An up and coming film maker from Coventry has released his first feature online at video sharing sites YouTube and Vimeo today (Monday 1 December) after the film went down a storm with audiences in America.  

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    Coventry design graduate wins illustrious automotive industry award
    Coventry design graduate wins illustrious automotive industry award

    • News Categories: Former students news, University achievements news, Arts design and media

    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.

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    Working with cases of child sexual abuse: social workers report that they are operating without the necessary time, knowledge, support and training
    Working with cases of child sexual abuse: social workers report that they are operating without the necessary time, knowledge, support and training

    • News Categories: Research news

    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.

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