More students travel and learn abroad as part of their course at Coventry University than at any other UK institution, according to new figures.
Dr David Pilsbury, Coventry’s Deputy Vice-Chancellor for international development said:
Providing a wide and challenging range of opportunities for our students to travel and work overseas makes them ‘Brexit-ready’ in markets where employers will expect UK graduates to have a confident, international outlook.
Our students think globally and these experiences are key to their personal and professional development. We put a lot of work into making these international experiences happen and ensuring that as many of our students as possible can take advantage.
Coventry’s international work is also about connecting cultures, and exchanging knowledge and understanding – it’s a two way thing.