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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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Eminent motoring scribe Steve Cropley chaired a debate on the future of car design at Coventry University this morning.
A creative Coventry fashion student has wowed judges to be named Young Designer of the Year after taking women’s rights with a cultural twist onto the catwalk.
A team involving Coventry University researchers has shown how a common mRNA modification, N6-methyladenosine (m6A), regulates gene expression to determine the sex of fruit flies.
Student Wardens will do more to build bridges between Coventry University and city residents as a volunteer scheme is rolled out permanently across the community.
Coventry University students took on a celebrity twist to help kick cancer in the face by raising vital funds for Breast Cancer Care.
Coventry has won national recognition as a thriving centre of social enterprise thanks to the efforts made by Coventry University and others to highlight the good work of community focussed initiatives in the city.
Jane Sutton, mother of inspirational teenager Stephen Sutton MBE and Teenage Cancer Trust ambassador joined the first graduands from Coventry University's teenage and young cancer care course.
An inseparable mother and daughter will graduate side by side this month after taking on university life with something most would leave behind – each other.
A legend of the Ska and 2 tone music movement is being honoured by Coventry University for her support of Coventry’s music scene.
An East End entrepreneur who left school with no qualifications the day before his 16th birthday is to receive honorary degree from Coventry University London this week.
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