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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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Coventry University Business School is calling on graduates to share memories and reach out to students during a year of celebrations to mark 50 years of teaching in the city.
Coventry University London regularly hosts speakers from a wide variety of backgrounds to deliver guest lectures, enabling students to gain exposure to professionals from a number of different industries.
River invertebrates react the same way to decreasing glacier cover wherever in the world they are, say scientists who have evaluated more than one million of them in diverse regions with shrinking glaciers, to determine the impact of global environmental change.
Coventry has been named the UK's next City of Culture – a title it will assume in 2021 and celebrate throughout the year.
The cybersecurity of the global maritime sector is a "key concern" for the UK, a Coventry University professor has written in a report for the government's 'Future of the Sea' Foresight project.
More than 150 children have extended the hand of friendship 3,000 miles between the UK and Iraq in the latest Coventry-run project to promote peace and reconciliation.
A ‘refugee camp garden’ inspired by a project involving Coventry University's Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience will feature at the Chelsea Flower Show.
A Coventry University fashion student has been named as Emerging Designer of the year after wowing judges across the Midlands.
Coventry University research has helped the Department for Education create an interactive resource for teachers and school staff.
The report by the university's Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations aimed to build up a picture of the challenges facing Syrian first responders, how they operate and what support they need.
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