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A diverse selection of short films from students at Coventry School of Art and Design will be screened in the city in June.
Coventry University is joining forces with a national charity for the elderly to set up a new social network for older people in the city.
A new manufacturing institute to be created by Coventry University in partnership with Unipart Group will receive part of a £50m fund from the government to help drive growth and to cement the West Midlands’ image as a world-leading area for engineering.
Coventry University will have a number of vacancies on its Board of Governors from September 2013, and is encouraging those who are interested to get in touch.
Enterprising students from Coventry University’s Business School have been coming up with ideas to make the city centre a better place to socialise with friends and family.
Leaders from some of Europe’s largest companies will be gathering in Birmingham later this month to discuss the role that open innovation and collaboration can play in boosting the economy.
Coventry University College (CUC) is encouraging adults to get back on the learning ladder with the chance to win a free place on one of its professional summer school courses.
Two students who met while studying at Coventry University have collaborated on a new theatre production to be presented during the university’s SPECTRUM 2013 Performing Arts Festival.
Dr David Jarvis and Professor David Bailey participated in the ‘Innovation, Internationalisation, Sustainable Growth Lessons from Europe’ event at Birmingham Science Park, Aston on 23rd April.
A concept arctic research vehicle and a supercharged low emissions racing car are amongst the innovative designs being showcased by students from Coventry University’s School of Art and Design as part of its Degree Show 2013.
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