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A sports scholar from Coventry University is set to compete at the 2014 Winter Olympics.
A group of Coventry University students are setting up a new charity to help Syrian refugees rebuild their lives.
Dr Andy Palmer, executive vice president of Nissan, announced on Tuesday night during the University's prestigious Bugatti Lecture that the company's iconic new taxi for London will be built in Coventry.
A postgraduate degree offered by Coventry University's Business School has been ranked as top in its field in Britain and as one of the world’s best in an esteemed global league table for master’s programmes.
Academics at Coventry University are leading a new international research project to look at why expensive, large-scale sporting and cultural events often fail to deliver the beneficial legacies that their organisers and supporters promise.
A group of Performing Arts graduates from Coventry University’s School of Art and Design are working flat out on a producing a new theatre piece for a free, one-off public performance on Friday.
A Coventry University academic has played a leading role in a new study showing how the UK’s ‘Motorsport Valley’ business cluster has made a strong bounceback since the recession.
The executive vice president of Nissan, Dr Andy Palmer, is set to return to the city where his career began to deliver one of Coventry University's flagship free public talks – the Bugatti Lecture – on Tuesday 28th January.
Businesses in the region are being encouraged to find out more about the importance of the growing digital economy at a free event taking place at Coventry University in January.
Shropshire businesses are being offered the opportunity to try out a newly developed customer communication tool for free.
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