Fine Art BA (Hons) 2020/21 entry

Course code:

W100

Study options:

3 years full-time
4 years sandwich

How to Apply
Location:

Coventry University

Starting:

September 2020

 

Fees:
Faculty:

Get in touch

For questions regarding study and admissions please contact us:

+44 (0) 24 7765 2222
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Course code:

W100

Study options:

3 years full-time
4 years sandwich

Location:

Coventry University

Starting:

September 2020

 

Fees:
Faculty:

Get in touch

For questions regarding study and admissions please contact us:

+44 (0) 24 7765 2222
ukadmissions@coventry.ac.uk

Course code:

AHU004

Study options:

3 years full-time
4 years sandwich

How to Apply
Location:

Coventry University

Starting:

September 2020

 

Fees:
Faculty:

Get in touch

For questions regarding study and admissions please contact us:

+44 (0) 24 7765 2222
ukadmissions@coventry.ac.uk

Overview

Innovation and imagination are the hallmarks of our fine art teaching; this practice-based course will challenge and inspire you, developing the creative, technical, critical, reflective and enterprising skills to support you in forging a successful and sustainable career in contemporary art.

With access to a range of workshops, industry-standard software, photographic and media resources, you will have the opportunity to explore individual and collaborative 2D, 3D and 4D practices in our spacious studios, experimenting with digital, intermedia and traditional art forms.

For over 150 years, our creative community has played an important role in shaping cultural, political and social lives in many places. Past graduates have won animation Oscars, Academy Award nominations, Penguin book cover prizes, D&AD and Sky Arts awards. Past Fine Art graduates have been recipients of the Independent Vision Award for Curatorial Achievement, awarded by Independent Curators International in New York, nominated for the prestigious VG Foundation award at the Annely Juda Gallery, London and runner up in the national Gilchrist-Fisher Painting Award.

You will be taught by practising artists, art historians, and writers who have exhibited at the Prague Biennale, the Royal Academy of Arts, Kwangju Biennale in South Korea and the Conflux Festival in New York. Their work can be found in collections such as the Arts Council of Great Britain, Tate Britain, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and the Museum Beelden aan Zee in the Netherlands. Please note, staff members are subject to change.

Why Coventry University?

An award-winning university, we are committed to providing our students with the best possible experience. We continue to invest in both our facilities and our innovative approach to education. Our students benefit from industry-relevant teaching, and resources and support designed to help them succeed. These range from our modern library and computing facilities to dedicated careers advice and our impressive Students’ Union activities.

Global ready

An international outlook, with global opportunities

Employability

Career-ready graduates, with the skills to succeed

Teaching Excellence

Taught by lecturers who are experts in their field

Course essentials

A degree which offers you more, at no extra cost

What our students say

The thing I enjoy most about my course is the freedom to develop your own areas of interest with the careful support and advice of tutors and peers

Ryan Hart, Second Year BA Fine Art student

Course information

Contemporary fine art practice incorporates a range of approaches, modern and traditional, autobiographical and personal issues or is research-driven. You will consider these throughout your studies, as well as the wider social, political and cultural debates that inform and enrich art, your own and that of others.

 

Course specification
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Modules

Overview

Our goal is to encourage experimentation, enquiry and analysis within a variety of media and technologies. As such, in your first year, you will undertake a series of structured projects, designed to develop your skills across a range of art media and introduce you to a range of contemporary approaches to art practice. These are intended to enable you to become more self-directed in your studies, more readily able to identify and deepen personal interests and concerns.

You will complete the year by designing an exhibition of your work with your peers, building your knowledge of the professional realm of art practice.

Modules

  • Art Introductions 1

  • Art Introductions 2

  • Contextual Introductions

  • Contextual and Professional Introductions

  • Add+Vantage

Add+vantage

The focus on preparing students for successful futures sets Coventry apart as a university.

The Add+vantage modules teach a range of work experience and extra-curricular activities that are taken each year, and broaden students knowledge and skills within a work focused environment. There is a very wide range of Add+vantage free-choice subject areas, and they are arranged in themes.

Overview

In the second year, we will continue to support you in your creative development, considering your creative practice in relation to sites, situations, locations and contexts of display and experience.

We will challenge you to consider the role of the artist in society and how your creative practice contributes to the larger world of culture and knowledge, helping to enhance your global perspective. For example, you may have the opportunity to devise and undertake a two-week external project liaising with community organisations, which in the past have included The Pod, Coventry’s City Council Mental Health provision, City Arcadia Gallery, community groups such as Hearsal Earlsdon Residents Association on the Earlsdon Arts Trail. We also aim to introduce you to nationally and/or internationally acclaimed artists (subject to availability) through both our FACETS programme of talks.

The opportunity to participate in an overseas study trip in the second semester further develops your understanding of the contribution of art from on a global perspective.

As you work your way towards your final year, you will be encouraged to consider the larger themes, histories and ideas that contextualise the production and reception of your work. You will be encouraged to become familiar with current trends and debates, such as: Globalism, Travel and Migration; Representation and Reality; Institutions, politics and encounter; Making Meaning and the Rhetoric of Skill.

Modules

  • Art Explorations 1

  • Contextual Explorations

  • Contextual and Professional Explorations

  • Add+Vantage

Add+vantage

The focus on preparing students for successful futures sets Coventry apart as a university.

The Add+vantage modules teach a range of work experience and extra-curricular activities that are taken each year, and broaden students knowledge and skills within a work focused environment. There is a very wide range of Add+vantage free-choice subject areas, and they are arranged in themes.

Overview

After your second year, the course offers an optional Professional Enhancement Year or International Enhancement Year.

If you wish to do so, you can opt to take the Professional Enhancement Year module or the International Enhancement Year module which both typically run for a full academic year between years 2 and 3 of your course. You are able to progress onto the relevant module if you have successfully completed the first two years of the course (i.e. having accumulated 240 credits) and provided that you confirm your interest you are undertaking this option before the end of your second year, typically in August. You could choose one of the following:

  1. an Erasmus study placement at an EU university;
  2. a study placement at a university outside the EU;
  3. an Erasmus professional work placement;
  4. an approved professional work placement separately and independently organised that is outside the EU;
  5. an approved professional work placement separately and independently organised within the UK;

While the Professional Enhancement Year and International Enhancement Year modules are non-credit bearing and do not incur any additional tuition fees, if successfully completed these modules will appear on your final academic transcript. In addition, if you complete this year, you will also gain an enhanced degree award title as the additional suffix of “With Professional Enhancement” if you’ve gone on a work placement and “With International Enhancement” if you’ve gone on a study abroad programme will be added. The faculty’s employability unit can provide you with a wide range of support services in order to help you secure a placement opportunity.

Please note that we are unable to guarantee any placement or study abroad opportunities and that all such opportunities may be subject to additional costs (e.g. travel and accommodation etc.), competitive application, availability and/or meeting any applicable visa requirements. To ensure that you fully understand the requirements in this regard, please contact the International Office for further details if you are an EU or International student.

In the past, students have studied in Madrid in Spain, Bologna in Italy, California in USA and Seoul in South Korea. Past students on placement have gained experience running an art residency programme in Cyprus, taken up a position as researcher for a series of exhibitions and events at Vivid Gallery in Birmingham and joined the audience engagement team at Walsall New Art Gallery to deliver print and drawing workshops.

Please note that we are unable to guarantee any placement or study abroad opportunities and that all such opportunities may be subject to additional costs (e.g. travel, visas and accommodation etc.), competitive application, availability and/or meeting any applicable visa requirements. To ensure that you fully understand the requirements in this regard, please contact the International Office for further details if you are an EU or International student. We also refer you to the ‘Course essentials – additional costs’ tab.

Modules

  • International Enhancement Year

  • Professional Enhancement Year

Overview

By the final year, you will be working independently, exploring individual or collaborative interests to produce self-initiated art projects.

In the final stage of your course, you will research, develop and produce a substantial body of work in your final project, suitable for external exhibition and distribution. The year culminates in you presenting your final body of artwork at the Faculty-wide Degree Show, which is open to the public.

Past students have undertaken practical projects that, for example, explored the threat/decline/erosion/instability in the natural world through a range of material investigations; playfully investigated language and translation through sound and participatory works; and created a series of paintings that reflected on how personal experiences of cultural and geographic displacement can be communicated through montage and the dislocated painted image. These students’ dissertations contextualised these themes and their practical investigations within a broader critical framework.

Modules

  • Art Consolidations 1

  • Art Consolidations (40) - Optional

  • Art Consolidation and Professional Practice (40) - Optional

  • Contextual Consolidations

  • Professional Consolidations 3

  • Add+Vantage

Add+vantage

The focus on preparing students for successful futures sets Coventry apart as a university.

The Add+vantage modules teach a range of work experience and extra-curricular activities that are taken each year, and broaden students knowledge and skills within a work focused environment. There is a very wide range of Add+vantage free-choice subject areas, and they are arranged in themes.

We regularly review our course content, to make it relevant and current for the benefit of our students. For these reasons, course modules may be updated.

15th

We are ranked as the 15th best University in the United Kingdom - Guardian University Guide 2020

In more detail...

  • Workshop facilities for print, wood, metalwork, photo-studio, ceramic, laser cutting and computer labs.
  • 95% of students felt staff were enthusiastic about what they teach in the National Student Survey (NSS) 2016.
  • Strong track record of graduate employability – 80% in work or continuing their studies six months after graduation (DLHE 2014/15).
  • Access to specialist photographic and media resources, including digital audio recorders and manual/digital still/video cameras via our dedicated Media Loan Shop.
  • A thriving studio culture with dedicated workspaces for all students in purpose-built studios with permanent exhibition displays, supported by wide-ranging technical facilities in both traditional and new technologies.
  • Research expertise in a broad range of areas pertinent to contemporary Fine Art including the changing relationship between art and society, hybrid practices, trans-local/transnational dialogues and the relevance of the image in painting.
  • Guest lecture programme, which in the past has featured talks from: Simon Pope, Jane and Louise Wilson, John Stezaker, Peta Murphy Burke, Terry Atkinson, Merlin James, Harry Pye, Zineb Sedira, Bob & Roberta Smith, Thompson & Craighead, and Graham Crowley.

Your main study themes are:

  • Exploring Art: We will grow your understanding of the principles of developing a fine art studio practice. You can explore a number of disciplines within 2D, 3D and 4D fine art studio practice, experimenting with drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, spatial approaches, fine art performance, video, photography and intermedia. You will have the opportunity to learn to appreciate the importance of context and precedence in the evaluation of your own work, that of your peers and of nationally and internationally known practitioners. As the course progresses, you will focus in one or more areas of art practice, developing your ideas and approaches, with the aim of building up to a body of work and professional experience that reflects a resolved and focused application of ideas.

  • Art in context: We consider the theoretical, professional and historical frameworks that underpin the visual arts. You will begin by examining the history of art from the Renaissance to the early 20th century, including Romanticism, the Baroque, Impressionism, Surrealism and Constructivism. Lectures introduce you to the work of numerous historical artists from Valesquez to Vermeer and from Picasso to the Pop Artists, for example. You will have the opportunity to analyse the relationship of art to audiences and critics, building your own confidence in critiquing visual arts and expressing your opinions. We will introduce you to professional contexts for showing work and the many roles that exist to support the making, critiquing, exhibiting and disseminating of work. You will have opportunities to test out and explore your conceptual understanding and practical skills relating to writing, curatorial and educational roles, putting theory into practice through a variety of opportunities. From the second year of the course, we switch to a more in-depth study of contemporary fine art, examining a broad range of work by contemporary practitioners, such as Marcus Coates, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Jane and Louise Wilson, Ian Kaier, Jessica Stockholder, Kerry James Marshall; key movements and ideas such as Postmodernism, Feminism, Globalisation, Queer Theory and the Anthropocene; and key writers/critics and theorists including Nicolas Bourriaud and Slavoj Zizek. Students will be expected to develop their research ability and engage with relevant debates.

  • Art consolidations: During the final year of your degree, having already outlined your creative intentions, you should be strongly engaged in studio practice, honing your creative identity, revising and developing your ideas in preparation for the final degree show. We aim to generate an energetic approach to studio practice and aim to provide you with the experience of how to maximise your productivity in the studio. For example, using many techniques, media or combination of media of your choice, you will be tasked with undertaking a series of swiftly generated, highly experimental and thematically-related works within the first 6 weeks of your final year. This is followed by a period of critique, reflection and then an extensive period of further research, development and production. 

The course can be studied full-time over three years. You have the option of extending your studies by a year by undertaking a Professional Enhancement Year or International Enhancement Year.

This course is essentially studio-based, although in trying to strike a productive balance between traditional and emerging modes, you may be encouraged to use some of the University’s specialist digital and media resources, or engage in offsite projects. 

During tutorials and studio critiques, you will be asked to discuss ideas, strategies and methodologies with staff and fellow students adapting and developing your approaches in the light of this dialogue, at the same time developing and enhancing your interpersonal skills, work ethic and methods of self-evaluation and critical reflection. Through a menu of technical workshops, you should acquire introductory skills in printmaking, sculptural processes and digital imaging, as well as being inducted into safe working practices within the studio and various workstations.   

Throughout the course, you will have an opportunity to produce a number of material, digital and performative artefacts and installations, resulting in a body of realised creative outcomes that make reference to contemporary fine art practice, whilst embodying a personal and authored vision. Within supporting log books, sketchbooks and through discussion, you will be expected to evaluate, analyse and contextualise your work. In the past, project themes have ranged from The Body, to Home, Time, Environment and the Hybrid 

We will also give you opportunities to gain hands-on experience of exhibiting your work. For example, at the end of your first year, you may be responsible, with staff support, for planning and putting on an exhibition of work by the whole year group, including all aspects of exhibition making and publicising an exhibition. In the past, students have turned the level 1 studios into gallery spaces in which to exhibit their work and have devised an overarching curatorial theme and designed an accompanying booklet with supporting narrative text. 

During your course of study, you will have opportunities to visit art events, museums and galleries across the UK. In the past, we have made visits to see the Frieze Art Fair and Sculpture Park, The infinite Mix- a Haywood Gallery off site exhibition, Phillipe Parreno at the Tate Modern, Anselm Kiefer at White Cube, Champagne Life at the Saatchi Gallery, Subodh Gupta -Chanda Mama door ke (From Far Away Uncle Moon Calls) at the Mead Gallery. As well as a series of professional artist presentations though FACeTS (the Fine Art at Coventry Talk Series).

This course will be assessed using a variety of methods which may vary depending upon the module concerned. Assessment methods include exams, practical coursework, essays/reports, presentations, individual assignments and/or group work elements.

This course is predominantly assessed by coursework.

The Coventry University Group assessment strategy ensures that our courses are fairly assessed and allows us to monitor student progression towards the achieving the intended learning outcomes.

In a typical teaching week, you will have up to 16 ‘contact’ hours of teaching. This generally breaks down as:

  • Personal tutorial/small group teaching: 1 hour of small group or individually guided work and 12 allocated hours of studio time.
  • Medium group teaching: 2 hours of seminars each week.
  • Large group teaching: 1 hour of lectures each week.

In addition, you will be expected to undertake a further 20 hours of self-directed studying, including your coursework assignments in your own time.

Our teaching is underpinned by a contemporary view of art practice; this is reflected strongly in the course curriculum which includes taught sessions on Globalism, Travel and Migration and provides opportunities to engage with students, staff and artists from a culturally and geographically diverse range of backgrounds.

Each year we also offer study trips abroad. Previous trips have been taken to Berlin to visit gallery’s such as Hamburger Bahnhof and the KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Amsterdam to visit the Rijksmuseum, Stedelijk Museum and Foam Gallery and Venice to view artworks and attend events at the Venice Biennale which currently represents artwork from 86 different countries in national pavilions, and for the first time this year, also includes a Diaspora Pavilion.

Students are also sometimes invited to participate in projects run by our AA2A artists. They also benefit from the rich research culture in the department, potentially being invited to assist with staff research projects as studio assistants, conference delegates and workshop participants.

Our connections with the Canal Basin Trust mean that students have the opportunity to undertake studio visits and meet the artists working there to hear directly from them about their developing artworks.

Some of our students run the Student Union Art Society which provides a thriving programme of art related social events for students across the campus, such as visits to exhibitions and Drink and Draw evenings (subject to availability and additional costs). This is a great way for students to connect with other students outside of their own course around a shared interest in art appreciation while also expanding their knowledge.

Global ready

Did you know we help more students travel internationally than any other UK university according to data from the experts in higher education data and analysis, HESA?

In 2016/17, we were able to provide a total of 3,482 experiences abroad that lasted at least five days. 

Much of this travel is made possible through our Global Leaders Programme, which enables students to prepare for the challenges of the global employment market, as well as strengthening and developing their broader personal and professional skills.

Explore our international experiences

1st for

international experiences

Sending more students overseas than any other UK uni (HESA 2016/17)


3,482

Student experiences

The number of student trips abroad for at least 5 days in 2016/17


21,000

and counting

The number of students we’ve helped travel internationally so far


12

global programmes

As well as trips, we offer other opportunities like language courses

What our students say

While on my course, I feel that I have developed my skills in presenting my ideas to other people and have gained the confidence to speak to a wide range of people about my ideas, goals and my artistic practice in general.

Scott Payne, Third year BA Fine Art student

Entry Requirements

University Course Code: AHU004
A Level BTEC IB Diploma GCSE requirement
BBC to include at least one Art or Design subject. DMM in an Art or Design subject. 29 points to include visual arts or design technology at Higher Level. Minimum five graded 9-4 including English.

Portfolio

You may be required to submit a portfolio/show-reel/written work (as appropriate combination for the particular course) and you may be asked to attend an interview if it is practical to arrange.

Each application will be considered on its merits.

A-Levels

A-Level applicants are required to have three
 A2 Levels. Coventry University may include AS grades within an offer for certain courses, but we are not able to accept two AS Levels in place of one A2 Level. In some courses it may be necessary for entrants to have passed specific A2 Levels in nominated subjects. Please see the course pages for more information.

Foundation Diploma

Merit in Foundation Diploma in Art and Design.

Access Diplomas

A pass in the Access Diploma, plus GCSE English Language at grade A*-C, or a specified equivalent.

Coventry University welcomes applicants who have completed, or who are studying, the Access to HE Diploma developed by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA). Successful completion of the course will require you to gain 60 credits with at least 45 to be achieved at Level 3 (with the remainder at Level 2). In some cases we will require you to have gained Merit or Distinction grades in a number of units or in nominated subjects. For more information on the entry requirements for your chosen course please see the relevant course pages.

BTEC Level 3 Diplomas

The University will accept the BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma for entry to most courses. In some cases we will require applicants to have studied either certain named modules or a specific named Diploma. The appropriate course page will have full information on the entry requirements. The University also accepts the BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma and BTEC Level 3 Diploma for entry to degree programmes, provided that they are studied in combination with other qualifications that provide a total volume of study that is equivalent to three A2 Levels. For example, you could be studying a BTEC Level 3 Diploma plus an A2 Level, or a BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma plus two A2 Levels. Where a specific A2 or BTEC subject is required for entry then you must be offering this as part of your combination of qualifications.

Please visit our page on European entry requirements for more information about specific country information.

Portfolio

You may be required to submit a portfolio/show-reel/written work (as appropriate combination for the particular course) and you may be asked to attend an interview if it is practical to arrange.

English as a Foreign Language An IELTS of 6.5 overall. Pre-sessional English is available if required.

Our International Student Hub offers information on entry requirements for your country, as well as contact details for agents and representatives should you need more advice.

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Select your region to find detailed information about entry requirements:

Portfolio

You may be required to submit a portfolio/show-reel/written work (as appropriate for the particular course) and you may be asked to attend an interview if it is practical to arrange.

English as a Foreign Language An IELTS of 6.5 overall. Pre-sessional English is available if required.

Our International Student Hub offers information on entry requirements for your country, as well as contact details for agents and representatives should you need more advice.

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Tuition Fees

We pride ourselves on offering competitive tuition fees which we review on an annual basis and offer a wide range of scholarships to support students with their studies. Course fees are calculated on the basis of what it costs to teach each course and we aim for total financial transparency.

For more information, please visit our Finance pages.

Starts

Fee


September 2020

£9,250 (per year)


UK Scholarships

If you're a truly outstanding undergraduate candidate we may be able to offer you a Coventry University Scholarship.

Coventry University Scholarships are awarded to recognise truly exceptional sports achievement and academic excellence.

Starts

Fee


September 2020

£9,250 (per year)


Scholarships

If you're a truly exceptional candidate we may be able to offer you a Coventry University Scholarship. Coventry University Scholarships are awarded to recognise truly exceptional achievement and academic excellence.

Starts

Fee


September 2020

£16,400 (per year)


Scholarships

If you're a truly exceptional candidate we may be able to offer you a Coventry University Scholarship. Coventry University Scholarships are awarded to recognise truly exceptional achievement and academic excellence.

Course essentials at no extra cost

We're committed to communicating study costs clearly to make sure you're not faced with having to make any unexpected payments.

This is why our ‘Flying Start’ package provides you with a few course essentials. Your full-time fee for an undergraduate degree will cover the following:

UK field trips

Any mandatory site visits and trips within the United Kingdom.

Key material

This can include core textbooks, software and equipment.

Laser prints

1,000 A4 sides of black and white laser printing credits per year.

Optional year

Pay no tuition fees for optional work placements or study abroad trips.

Please note that we are unable to guarantee external projects, competitions, exhibition opportunities, trips, art events, work experience, placement or study abroad opportunities and that all such opportunities may be subject to all/a combination of the following - additional costs (e.g. travel, visas and accommodation etc.), competitive application, availability and/or meeting any applicable visa requirements. To ensure that you fully understand the requirements in this regard, please contact the International Office for further details if you are an EU or International student.

In addition, this course may incur additional costs which could include (but is not limited to), equipment, additional art or other materials, bench fees, studio or facilities hire.

EU student fees

EU nationals and their family members starting in the 2019/20 academic year remain eligible for the same fees as home students and the same financial support. Financial support comes from Student Finance England, and covers undergraduate and postgraduate study for the duration of their course, providing they meet the residency requirement.

For tuition fee loans

EU nationals must have resided in the European Economic Area (EEA) or Switzerland for the three years prior to the start of their course. The purpose of that three year residency should not have been mainly for the purpose of receiving full time education.

For maintenance loans

EU nationals must have resided in the UK and Islands for the five years prior to the start of their course. The purpose of that five year residency should not have been mainly for the purpose of receiving full time education.

What our students say

The course gave me lots of experience exploring professional practice. I was awarded a residency at Rugby School through the Coventry Drawing Prize and I could not be more pleased.

Lisa McKenna

Career prospects

Professional experience is embedded into our course, which is why we have such high levels of graduate employability.

Throughout you will produce professional outputs which can be exhibited in public and used to target curators, arts and cultural administrators, publishers, agents, media organisations, competitions, residency and exhibition opportunities and potential employers

Where our graduates work

Many of our past students pursue careers as exhibiting artists or utilise transferrable skills towards creative futures in arts administration, museum and gallery curating, careers within the media, photography, art therapy, design and teaching.

Some of our past graduates have progressed to postgraduate study here on our suite of MA courses, while many others have attended a range of institutions including the Royal College of Art, Chelsea College of Arts, Central Saint Martins, Warwick University and the Slade School of Fine Art to name just a few.

£18k

Our graduates earn an average salary of £18,000 six months after the course (DLHE 2015/16)

What our students say

I volunteered at Coventry biennale in my second year, then completed a placement year, where I worked at Centrala galley in Birmingham for a few months. I later joined Positive Youth Foundation team in Coventry and I still work with them now.

 

Gerda Dabasinskaite, Third year Fine Art BA student
Disclaimer

By accepting your offer of a place and enrolling with us, a Student Contract will be formed between you and the university. A copy of the 19/20 Contract can be found here. The Contract details your rights and the obligations you will be bound by during your time as a student and contains the obligations that the university will owe to you. You should read the Contract before you accept an offer of a place and before you enrol at the university.

The university will charge the tuition fees that are stated on the course webpage and in the prospectus for the first year of study. The university will review tuition fees each year. For UK and EU students, if Parliament permit an increase in tuition fees, the university may increase fees for each subsequent year of study in line with any such changes. Note that any increase is expected to be in line with inflation. Following the UK’s planned exit from the European Union, EU students should be aware that there may be a change to UK laws following the UK’s exit from the European Union, this may change their student status, their eligibility to study part time, and/or their eligibility for student finance. Coventry University will act in accordance with the UK’s laws in force in relation to student tuition fees and finance at that time. For international students, the university may increase fees for each subsequent year of study but such increases will be no more than 5% above inflation.

Graduate Immigration Route visa – Based on current information from the UK Government, students whose study extends beyond summer 2021 may be eligible for a visa under the UK Government’s Graduate Immigration Route, which will enable students to stay and work, or look for work, in the UK at any skill level for up to two (2) years. Check the most up to date guidance available to check your eligibility and any updates from the UK Government before making an application or enrolment decision.

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University of the year for student experience
QS Five Star Rating 2019
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