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Coventry University will continue to offer funding to widening participation students, care leavers, and those who are looking to start their own businesses.
Guide on academic referencing for undergraduate and postgraduate students from the Centre for Academic Writing.
Psychology and Psychology/Criminology students have the opportunity to go out and volunteer as part of the ALERT project in Zambia and Zimbabwe. Some of the students who went earlier this year shared their experiences.
We offer a diverse range of short courses on a rolling basis through each year. You can enrol on any short course individually. They are competitively priced and offer excellent value for money with 4.5 days of taught workshop and seminar content delivered by experienced lecturers and industry experts. All courses are mapped against relevant National Occupational Standards and UK Resilience Standards.
Recruitment for Marie Sklodowska-Curie ESR Fellows in Innovative Training Network, RECOMS. 15 vacancies now closed for applications. Trains in innovative approaches to promote resourceful & resilient community environmental practice
Our Publications page for Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism
Read more about our Faculty areas of expertise which are building links with industry.
The strength and conditioning suite is equipped with four standard Olympic lifting platforms, an electromyography system, and a three dimensional motion capture system.
Individual contacts for the Lanchester Library are listed, with further details on how to contact them.
Information on the Document Supply Service.
Learn about a wide variety of research undertaken in the School of Life Sciences at Coventry University. Here are just some examples of the work our postgraduate researchers have undertaken.
Support with essays, dissertations and reports for postgraduates from the Centre for Academic Writing.
The ELC is annotated for three pragmatic features: Humour, Story-telling and Summary.
Resources and materials from the Centre for Academic Writing.
Written by: Dr Stephen Dobson, International Centre for Transformational Entrepreneurship, Coventry University Since he was child Amin Sulley, from Ghana, has always thought a little differently about life and perhaps noticed things in his everyday surroundings that others tended to overlook. But, above all Amin has always stopped to ask the most simple of questions – “Why?” When I recently met social innovator and entrepreneur Amin in Accra he told me about his journey in founding the company ZaaCoal, which provides cleaner energy through the production of charcoal made from coconut waste. ZaaCoal was launched in 2015 but initially it came about from Amin’s recognition of a waste problem in the city. With over a thousand coconut sellers working on the streets he questioned “Why doesn’t anyone use this somehow? What can I do to help solve this?”
A group of students from varying parts of the globe joined Coventry University for an opportunity to explore overseas and find the entrepreneur in themselves. The course, at postgraduate certificate level, aimed to grant an autonomous learning approach, allowing exploration, research and learning within a team.