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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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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.
Shakespeare has gone digital to encourage children to get online and learn about all things Bard thanks to a new interactive partnership for Shakespeare Week 2017.
Coventry University has been shortlisted for a prestigious award by the Guardian for the impact of its research shedding light on the dynamics of Europe's migration crisis.
The government first outlined its plans to create a “Midlands Engine for Growth” in December 2015, with the ambition to grow the regional economy by £34bn by 2030.
Universities around the world should not treat religion as a threat or minority interest but as an essential part of teaching and debate on campus, according to academics at the universities of Coventry and Sheffield Hallam.
Coventry University’s Vice-Chancellor and Chair of the University Alliance mission group, has responded to concerns that MPs have expressed about the government’s proposed industrial strategy.
Coventry University has come second in a national league table showing students’ satisfaction with their nursing placements.
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