Understanding disparities in degree awarding

The Centre for Global Learning are delighted to invite you to this event entitled 'Understanding disparities in degree awarding: Introducing a novel Difference Index (DI) to measure relationships between module characteristics, module marks, and student ethnicity', taking place virtually on 11 May 2022.


Research Methodology Conference (RMC 2022)

The London Institute invites you to submit an abstract to the Research Methodology Conference (RMC-2022) that will be held in partnership with Coventry University’s Centre for Global Learning (GLEA).


Experiences and learning from an IKudu Collaborative Online International Learning exchange

Coventry University's Research Centre for Global Learning invites you to this seminar focused on a three-year project iKudu.


Implications of Childhood Learning Disabilities and Adult-Age Mental Health Problems, Lack of Education, and Unemployment

The seminar will talk about a study on the impact of diverse subtypes of learning disabilities (LD) on adult-age mental health, education, and employment.


Qualitative Inquiries into Student and Staff Experiences during the Pandemic

This seminar will report from a range of staff and student voices, discussing the positive and negative aspects of the changes, and specifically report on early findings from the research into the positive impact on the attainment gap. 


Open webinar sessions: PhD in Global Education

The Research Centre for Global Learning (GLEA) offers a part-time, online PhD in Global Education and a part-time, online MA by Research in Global Education.


Open webinar sessions: MA by Research in Global Education

The Research Centre for Global Learning (GLEA) offers a part-time, online PhD in Global Education and a part-time, online MA by Research in Global Education. 


Becoming Global Researchers: positionality and insights from education theory and practice

GLEA researchers will be exploring the concept of 'Becoming Global Researchers: positionality and insights from education theory and practice' from their internal and external research community experience.


Meetings on Neurodiversity: Dyspraxia

Enabling Students with Neurodiversity (ENTENDER) project event. Meetings on Neurodiversity: Dyspraxia


Muslim girls as educational subjects: Insights from India

In this event, Dr Saba Hussain will discuss some of the key insights from her book, Contemporary Muslim Girlhoods in India, published by Routledge, London.


The role of COIL in internationalisation

The Centre for Global Engagement (CGE) and the Centre for Global Learning (GLEA) at Coventry University will host a webinar on Friday 11th June at 12pm UK time.


PhD in Global Education: GLEA PhD Opportunity Q&A Session

The Centre for Global Learning (GLEA) are inviting applications for an online, part-time PhD in Global Education that may be of interest to those with five or more years experience working in an education setting.


Whiteness: issues of allyship

In this presentation using physical education and community sports as examples of racialized social spaces we will step by step examine why whiteness threatens allyship, constrains learning and restricts community participation.


Webinar for Access and inclusion for students with disabilities higher education network.

This online session will share findings from a networking project that aims to investigate the factors that influence access and inclusion for disabled students in higher education (HE) in Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and Vietnam.


The impact of feedback practice: GLEA PhD Opportunity Q&A Session

Q&A for GLEA's full-time PhD studentship on 'The impact of feedback practices, modes, and student background: Voicing the student perspective'.


The importance of mathematics and statistics support as evidenced in institutionally-written regulatory documents

Professor Duncan Lawson, MBE will be presenting a seminar as part of the Centre for Global Learning’s seminar series on the importance of mathematics and statistics support as evidenced in institutionally-written regulatory documents.


JOVITAL Final Online Workshop

The JOVITAL final online workshop aims at presenting the project results and impact, in order to facilitate the adoption of the JOVITAL approach within other universities in Jordan and other South Mediterranean countries.


Understanding what makes leaders effective: the importance of personal development and support

Professor Peter Earley (UCL Institute of Education) will be presenting a seminar as part of the Centre for Global Learning’s seminar series on the importance of personal development and support for effective leaders.


Methodologies and tools for online professors and teachers

Professor Daniel Burgos (Visiting Professor, GLEA) will be exploring how educational technology and online methodologies are the right couple to reach a breakthrough in innovation.


Reconstructing education through a global lens

A showcase of work from the Centre for Global Learning: Education and Attainment.