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A life-long businessman who helped create one of Britain’s best known and most trusted brands has been presented with an honorary degree.
Coventry University’s courses have been rated as among the best in the country in the Complete University Guide 2019 league table, published today.
Business owners and entrepreneurs are being offered free digital skills training at a workshop in Scarborough.
Coventry University academics will serve on a panel which aims to help transform the future of transport and mobility in India.
The research analyses weekly parliamentary sessions of Prime Minister’s questions and compares Hansard reports with audio footage.
Coventry University’s sports scholarship programme is the latest to be accredited by the Talented Athlete Scholarship Scheme (TASS).
A sapling grown from a seed of the only tree to survive the Hiroshima bombing has been planted in the grounds of Coventry University.
A Coventry University student is proving you can have it all after being selected to represent his country at the Judo 2018 European Championship this month.
A project involving Coventry University to develop the most advanced environment for testing connected and autonomous vehicles, demonstrated its latest innovations on at Jaguar Land Rover’s Gaydon site on Thursday 12 April.
Professor Siraj Shaikh used a West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner’s summit on motor vehicle theft to warn that security isn’t keeping pace with technology developments in cars.
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