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Coventry students are some of the most satisfied with their university experience with 87 percent scoring their institution highly in a national student survey, published today.
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The Coventry University students and staff are hoping to catch the eye of members of the public by transporting their hands-on training methods out of the classroom and into the city centre.
Coventry University’s admissions experts have busted the biggest myths around Clearing as thousands of students prepare to get their exam results and make decisions about their next steps in education.
It’s the most comprehensive study of the impact of terrorism on world financial markets so far.
A student who was horrified by the amount of waste plastic he saw floating in the sea while diving has been inspired to design a boat that collects rubbish from the oceans.
Researchers will speak to around 1,000 sexual assault victims to understand how the support they receive affects their long-term health and wellbeing.
Hundreds of students have helped make a difference in and around Coventry after completing more than a thousand hours of volunteering across the city this year.
Every year Coventry University places occupational therapy students with B-Inspired, based in Leicester.
Writing in The New European, the Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations' Professor Mike Hardy agues that in the absence of focused leadership for peace it's time we demand more of ourselves.
Animal lovers will be given a unique opportunity to make a career out of their passion thanks to a new range of courses launching this year.
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