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Move-in day gallery

Move-in day gallery

Students move in to their new home from home at Coventry University.

Key collection

Students begin to arrive for the start of a new year. First stop, collecting their keys.

James, 18 years old, from Reigate in surrey, is looking forward to staying active and engaging with vibrant uni atmosphere.

James, 18-years-old from Reigate, is looking forward to staying active and engaging with the vibrant uni atmosphere. 

Transporting stuff via trolley

I've always thought trolleys were an underappreciated piece of kit. They are very useful.

student holding cooking utensils

Looks like this student has worked out the key to being popular with your housemates... cooking!

Either this student likes his fruit, or he's found a great way of transporting his stuff.

New flatmates Charlotte Coombs (20, from Reading, studying Occupational Therapy) and Charlotte Cooper (19, from St. Albans, Paramedic Science) meet for the first time, and they are already off to a great start with their names a simple enough basis for an alliance. (Both in photo id. 3490).

New flatmates Charlotte Coombs (20, from Reading, studying Occupational Therapy) and Charlotte Cooper (19, from St. Albans, Paramedic Science) meet for the first time, and they are already off to a great start.

Support from friends and family is invaluable at times like this... especially if they can carry lots of stuff, like Charlotte Coombs' parents here.

arriving at your new digs

Students are welcomed to their new homes as their university adventure begins.

A big moment in the life of Media student Matthew Jenkins, from Southampton... getting the keys to his new home from home.

Dan, studying illustration & animation, is from Leicester. His mum, Alicia, tells him to work hard because his future is important, and to enjoy himself.

Dan, studying Illustration & Animation, is from Leicester. His mum, Alicia, tells him to work hard and enjoy himself. 

James from Barnet, a history student looks forward to trying new things. His mum, Jessica advises him to eat properly, drink lots of water and not to forget to phone home.

Student and parent climbing stairs

History student James, from Barnet, looks forward to trying new things. His mum Jessica, dutifully helping him lug stuff up the stairs, advises him to eat properly, drink lots of water and not to forget to phone home.

Stefan, a fresh faced 19-year-old from Rugby, is here to study Automotive Engineering. He is looking forward to making new friends and engaging the uni active lifestyle.

Stefan, a fresh faced 19-year-old from Rugby, is here to study Automotive Engineering. He is looking forward to making new friends and enjoying an active social life

Kallum Cornish, an 18-year-old Sports Management student, is from Hertfordshire. He is looking forward to the independence and freedom that comes with the uni life. His dad, Ben, tells him to always work hard and jokingly cautions him to stay out of trouble.

Student ambassadors Liz and Nana, were very helpful in interacting with Malaysian student Lee Jin Shao (left), in his native language of Malay. He's looking forward to studying Transportation Design, making new friends and playing basketball.

Alex from Wokingham

Alex has travelled from Wokingham to study Electrical Engineering. He is excited about the independence and making new friends. His father, Gerry, encourages him to have fun but find time to study too. He also jokes with him not to lose his keys in the first week.

Flatmates Connor from Caterham and Charlie from Kent, both 18, meet for the first time and get straight on to the important things... getting the TV working.

Connor is here to study International Business Management and Charlie is studying Geography & Natural Hazards

Connor is here to study International Business Management and Charlie is studying Geography & Natural Hazards 

18 year old Phoebe Chambers is starting her nursing degree this September. She is anticipating the independent study that comes with the course. She teasingly compares Coventry with its “nice change of diverse culture” to her hometown in North Norfolk

18 year old Phoebe Chambers is starting her nursing degree this September. She is excited about the independent study that comes with the course and says Coventry is a “nice change of diverse culture” compared to her hometown in Norfolk