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Researchers are carrying out the first study of its kind aiming to understand why people with autism may be at risk of depression and suicide.
Record numbers of students accepted places at Coventry University last year placing it in the top three largest and fastest growing institutions in the UK, UCAS figures reveal today.
A project training students in Mental Health First Aid is to be rolled out across all healthcare courses at Coventry University.
Commenting on the launch of the industrial strategy today (23 January 2017) Professor John Latham, Vice Chancellor of Coventry University and Chair of University Alliance, a group of universities focused on preparing students for a career in industry and the professions said:
Coventry University’s campus by the sea welcomed Justine Greening, Secretary of State for Education, today (19 January) during her visit to the Yorkshire seaside town.
An expert on children’s social care has called on central government and its agencies to avoid ‘simplistic assertions’ denying links between local authorities’ deprivation levels, expenditure and the performance of children’s services.
Pirate downloaders don’t think of their activities as a moral issue, according to new research.
A spin-out spawned from a link-up between Coventry University and tech transfer firm Crossword Cybersecurity has been selected to join a GCHQ-backed initiative to tackle online threats.
Brexit will allow some universities to ‘go global’ while others will reduce in size – Professor John Latham, Vice-Chancellor of Coventry University tells MPs today (11 January).
The 15 January UCAS deadline is fast approaching with hundreds of thousands of prospective students trying to secure a place on higher education courses.
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