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In recent years more than 400,000 students have been accepted to higher education by A-level results day, while around 150,000 have been free to be placed in Clearing.
A mature student who went through Clearing twice – with a 33 year gap – has reassured applicants awaiting results this Thursday that the modern process is much less fraught.
The days of Clearing being a second-rate route to university are gone, with universities competing hard for qualified applicants and one in eight students now getting their places that way.
Coventry University is addressing the growing gender imbalance on nursing and healthcare courses with a new bursary aimed at encouraging men into the field.
A Coventry University graduate and lecturer will continue his fight for access to justice and Legal Aid after being elected to the Council of the Law Society.
Children will contribute to research projects – including investigations into emotions, anxiety, literacy and maths – as part of a week of activities at Coventry University.
An app for smartphones and tablets designed to help users relax and unwind has been developed using expertise of researchers at Coventry University and launched by Channel 4.
A Coventry University sports scholar who gave up his dreams to focus on his studies has completed his degree and made the move to professional county cricket five years after thinking it was too late.
Members of the public are being urged to play a part in helping scientists understand the needs of the UK's dwindling bumblebee populations with a new app launched by Coventry University ahead of Bees' Needs Week (July 17–23).
The first black woman in the UK to be made a partner at a City law firm has become Coventry University’s first female Chancellor.
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