Coventry University has been ranked in the top 100 of universities in Europe for the quality of its teaching and learning in a new league table, and ranks top in the UK – and third in Europe – for how well it engages with its students.
The league table, published last night by Times Higher Education magazine, scores universities across the continent based on feedback from students and on global academic reputation, among other measures.
We’re a global university whose outlook is focused on engaging with our students and giving them a quality international learning experience wherever they choose to study with us, so we’re incredibly proud of the results from these continental rankings.
It’s important to us to be representing Coventry at an international level like this, and to be attracting talented individuals from around the world to come and study at our university and contribute in the many ways that they do.
As ever with our league table performances, it’s a testament to the hard work and dedication of our staff. Through this ranking they’ve received an emphatic vote of confidence from our student community.
John Latham, Vice Chancellor, Coventry University
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