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An act of Shakespeare has been performed live by drama students in Finland and the West Midlands thanks to a life-sized digital portal.
Coventry University is a partner in a new £7.5m centre designed to be the definitive source of research and knowledge on tackling child sexual abuse and exploitation.
Coventry University is rolling out an online training module to equip staff with the skills to effectively and sensitively support students who have experienced an unwanted sexual incident.
Mathematicians from Coventry are calling for a change in Research Excellence Framework assessments to reduce potential bias.
School children will take part in sports science research as part of a fun two-day educational event at Coventry University.
An online app designed by Coventry University to protect young girls from female genital mutilation has won a national design award.
Record numbers of young people from Poland chose to study in the UK last year, with numbers rising from 850 in 2012 to 2,100 last year (+147%), according to new figures from the admissions service, UCAS.
Coventry should come together to stamp out food poverty: that’s the message of a report published by Coventry University.
Coventry University is helping school kids get scientific as part of an ambitious new initiative led by the BBC, which will see a ‘live lesson’ broadcast to the UK at 11am this morning.
Coventry’s law students are tackling an “advice black hole” left by cuts to legal aid by offering free advice to hundreds of city residents in a pioneering partnership.
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