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Coventry students are some of the most satisfied with their university experience with 87 percent scoring their institution highly in a national student survey, published today.
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A student is helping thousands of survivors who fled extremism in Iraq and all while studying at Coventry University.
Coventry is now one of the UK’s top ten universities for employment rates – its highest ever placing – according to new government figures.
Researchers looked at how breathing problems during sleep – ranging from snoring to more severe medical conditions such as sleep apnoea - affected pre-schoolers’ cognitive development and behaviour.
Coventry University’s call for families to trial its new healthy eating app has received a vote of support from one of the food and nutrition industry’s leading voices.
The impact that inequality and working conditions have on health in Britain and across the Commonwealth will be debated by leading figures in Coventry.
School and college staff in England are largely confident about implementing the Prevent duty, but some have concerns that it is increasing stigmatisation of Muslim students, according to new research by three universities.
Coventry University is demonstrating a pioneering approach to men’s health, physiotherapy and rehabilitation at a major international conference.
Three Coventry University designers have been crowned winners as part of an international creative industries award series.
Coventry designers have taken on health issues including Alzheimer’s and natural birthing methods to be selected for this year’s New Designers exhibition.
The first trainees have embarked on a Coventry University course that will prepare them for a new role that aims to transform the health and care workforce.
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