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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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Students’ racing car takes to Silverstone track for international competition
It’s still not too late to get a university place this year even if you’ve still not thought about the right course for you, as 2018 entry clearing applications open today.
Coventry University is playing a major part in a new government backed national initiative to grow and develop digital skills for the current and future needs of industry.
Parents of children with autism took part in creative writing sessions as part of a series of community research projects this summer in the run up to UK City of Culture 2021.
Coventry student racing on the world stage after first year of studies
Coventry University scientists are using motion capture technology to understand more about how tennis players move - and the impact of the game on their bodies.
Students tell Channel 4 bosses why broadcaster’s headquarters should move to Coventry.
Preparations are underway as CU Scarborough gears up for its first graduation since opening its doors three years ago.
Students quizzed one of the most senior health leaders in Greece about the challenges his country’s hospitals and clinics face during a ‘humbling’ trip to the country.
A project to create one of the world’s most advanced environments for connected and autonomous driving has entered its second phase of testing, with connected cars going on trial on public roads to prepare the UK’s road networks for self-driving cars.
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