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Coventry University has retained its title of top modern university and seen even more of its courses rated as some of the best in the country in the Guardian University Guide 2019.
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Coventry University will lead a project to tackle persistent gaps in degree attainment among students from different backgrounds.
Two English and Creative Writing students at Coventry University demonstrated how effective their ‘Writing for Magazines’ module was by getting their coursework published.
A new £400k initiative led by Creative United and supported by Coventry University’s Centre for Business in Society (CBiS) will provide free business advice to culture and arts organisations, companies and entrepreneurs around the UK.
Free lessons in DIY, classes from a BAFTA winner on the basics of creating computer games, digital sculpting workshops and a special “repair cafe” for broken toys and furniture are amongst a week-long festival of fun, educational activities happening in Coventry from Monday 10 April.
As the dust settles on last week’s historic EU referendum vote, we want to ensure that there is no doubt amongst members of our community and our partners – both at home and abroad – about Coventry University’s commitment to Europe and its continued global engagement.
Triggering Article 50 begins a negotiating phase where universities need to be heard, particularly on the status of European students and the conditions for global partnerships...
A Coventry University staff member has been shortlisted for a national award after her work helping graduates launch their own business in the UK which has so far generated over £100,000.
The group will be offering their therapy skills and carrying out massages on runners before and after the gruelling race.
It’s not too late to make it to university this year - some 30,395 people secured places in 2016 despite applying after UCAS’ October, January and March deadlines, figures from the admissions service show.
The only woman on her university course in construction hopes winning a prestigious grant will inspire others and change the face of the industry – though her family still can’t imagine her in a hard hat.
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