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Coventry University and The BBC College of Journalism are to hold an international conference looking at the 2011 uprisings in the Middle East and North Africa.
Two top test pilots will be coming to Coventry next week as the University plays host to IT FLIES, Merlin Flight Simulation Group’s Aircraft Design and Handling Competition 2011.
Clear break with the past was needed, says iCoCo.
The Institute of Community Cohesion (iCoCo) at Coventry University says that the UK Government’s new Prevent strategy is a missed opportunity and that a clear break with the past strategy was needed.
The Institute of Applied Entrepreneurship (IAE) at Coventry University is embarking on a 24-hour marathon to help students succeed in business.
Coventry University played host last week to The National Consortium of University Entrepreneurs (NACUE) and Lloyds Banking Group as they conducted a tour of Britain in the largest ever consultation of students and graduate entrepreneurs.
Journalists and educators from at least ten countries, including a high-flying delegation from the USA, will take part in the first-ever European conference on Health Journalism, to be hosted by Coventry University.
A partially sighted student from Coventry University has travelled to the House of Commons to receive an award for excellence from Lord Snowdon.
Three Motorsport Engineering students from Coventry University have finished third in the hotly-contested evGrandPrix in America, a race for pure electric karts which takes place as part of the build up to the iconic Indianapolis 500.
Coventry University students studying on the Motorcycle BEng course, within the department of Mechanical and Automotive Engineering, have been provided with an exciting opportunity through the supportive generosity of businesses in the industry.
Ralph Bernard CBE, the current Chairman of Classic FM and the former Chief Executive of GCap Media will be visiting Coventry University on Wednesday 18 May.
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