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The minimum entry criteria for acceptance onto a Coventry University research programmes.
Explore the support options available for research students at Coventry University. Learn about the Student Union and research representatives, library resources, the Centre for Academic Writing, Sigma mathematics and statistics support, and health and wellbeing services
In the School of Psychological, Social and Behavioural Sciences the student experience extends past our teaching with the dedicated subject societies our students attend, and even run! Read what our students think about their courses and their time with the School of Psychological, Social and Behavioural Sciences.
The School of Life Sciences focuses on areas including the biological basis of human health and disease, analysis of the chemical composition of materials and the evaluation and defence of forensic evidence against legal challenge.
Students within our Law School will have opportunities to gain work experience with local and national law firms, local advice centres and charities as well as within local authority and education networks.
The EPU enables employers to match business recruitment needs with the knowledge, skills and experience of students and graduates from the School of Health and Care.
In the School of Psychological, Social and Behavioural Sciences, our courses are a mixture of theory, laboratory based experiments, workshops and tutorials.
Are you applying to study a Life Sciences course at Coventry University? Read our top tips to support your application.
Search our range of undergraduate study options from aviation management to motorsport engineering.
The Centre for Academic Writing runs courses and modules to teach key academic writing skills to postgraduate students and others who might need them.
Learn more about research at Coventry University. Read about research programmes, research collaborations and facilities and equipment available to you at Coventry University.
To monitor and support all Postgraduate Researchers (PGRs) the University requires an annual review. The Postgraduate Research Progression Policy outlines how Progression will be managed and is supported by additional guidance that outlines the details of the process.
Registration for a Research degree is a commitment and requires a PGR to attend and engage with the University in order to successfully complete their programme of research.
Take a look at the help services available to you at the Lanchester Library.
Take a look at our inspiring Global Ready case study from Coventry University alumni, Catherine.
Take a look at our inspiring Global Ready case study from Coventry University alumni, Mutaru.
Study or work abroad for up to a year as part of the Turing Scheme!