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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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An action packed programme of photography, theatre and arts is all set for Coventry when final year arts students take their work out into the city as part of this year’s Degree Shows.
While many students are thinking about securing places on university courses for this September, it’s not too early to start your application for study in 2018 as UCAS opens its registration today (May 23).
Guardian University Guide 2018 has brought another rise up the rankings for Coventry University, which is now in 12th spot – its highest ever placing, up from 15th.
Coventry University and partners from the charity sector, disability campaigners and local government have been given £100,000 from previously awarded funding as part of a £5 million research programme into independent living for disabled people.
Laura Brindley was told to forget about her education when she had a baby at the age of 18. But she did not listen.
Nursing and Midwifery students joined a procession through the city's streets and a service at Coventry Cathedral.
Coventry University will once again host the internationally renowned East Winds Film Festival showcasing 14 film premieres and hosting directors from across the world.
The number of older students being accepted onto university courses in the UK are steadily dropping to just one fifth of acceptances classed as mature at aged 21 or over last year.
Jessica Giovanni was among five finalists from Coventry University at the IFST Midlands Branch Young Scientist Competition 2017.
More students travel and learn abroad as part of their course at Coventry University than at any other UK institution, according to new figures from Data from the Higher Education Statistics Agency.
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