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    Coventry University has excelled in a in a social enterprise awards ceremony designed to showcase the higher education sector's talent and achievement in entrepreneurship, innovation and leadership.

    Top Turkish Entrepreneurs come to Coventry TechnoPark to identify good practice.
    Top Turkish Entrepreneurs come to Coventry TechnoPark to identify good practice.

    Experts from Middle East Technical University (METU) Turkey will be coming together with colleagues from the UK, at Coventry University, to understand and develop successful working models for future technology parks.

    Universities welcome new authority formation
    Universities welcome new authority formation

    The official formation of the West Midlands Combined Authority has been welcomed by three of the region’s universities.

    Six Midlands universities have joined forces to drive productivity and economic growth through skills, innovation and enterprise.

    Coventry and Warwickshire local government leaders, and the city and county’s two universities, are united in their resolve that the concerns, interests, and indeed opportunities for growth in region must have their voice heard in any forthcoming negotiat
    Coventry and Warwickshire local government leaders, and the city and county’s two universities, are united in their resolve that the concerns, interests, and indeed opportunities for growth in region must have their voice heard in any forthcoming negotiat

    Coventry and Warwickshire local government leaders, and the city and county’s two universities, are united in their resolve that the concerns, interests, and indeed opportunities for growth in region must have their voice heard in any forthcoming negotiations following the recent EU referendum.

    Charity funding secures places for students from conflict-affected countries
    Charity funding secures places for students from conflict-affected countries

    Coventry University’s Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations (CTPSR) is delighted that it can again welcome students from low-income, conflict-affected countries, thanks to scholarships funded by the Ferguson Trust for the next three years.

    Coventry University has emerged as one of the UK's top-performing higher education institutions in a detailed analysis of teaching excellence published today by Times Higher Education (THE) magazine.

    Coventry University hosts KTP Associates Conference
    Coventry University hosts KTP Associates Conference

    A conference bringing together universities, businesses and graduates was hosted by Coventry University in its state of the art Engineering and Computing Building. 

    Coventry scientists start a buzz around bumblebees
    Coventry scientists start a buzz around bumblebees

    To celebrate the start of the Blooms for Bees project on 20th June, aimed at promoting and improving gardening for bumblebees, Coventry University is hosting a week of free, bee-themed events, talks and tours.

     

    Second ‘Games for Health UK Conference’ coming to Coventry
    Second ‘Games for Health UK Conference’ coming to Coventry

    Global experts in the ground-breaking field of serious games and virtual reality, used to improve health and wellbeing, are amongst the speakers at the Games for Health UK Conference, in Coventry University this July.

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