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    The racing car will compete in time trials on Coventry's ring road as part of MotoFest Coventry, ahead of the prestigious Formula Student competition in July.

    Coventry retains top modern university title in Guardian rankings | Coventry University
    Coventry retains top modern university title in Guardian rankings | Coventry University

    Coventry University has retained its title of top modern university and seen even more of its courses rated as some of the best in the country in the Guardian University Guide 2019.

    A service to help cycling enthusiasts gain an advantage enjoyed by the sport’s top professionals has been launched in the Midlands.

    Original outfits designed by first, second and final year students on Coventry University’s BA Fashion degree course were modelled at the event.

    The research is part of a series of projects being run by Coventry and Warwick universities in the run up to UK City of Culture 2021.

    Scientists at Coventry University are leading a major Europe-wide research project examining the use of some of the most controversial products in organic farming.

    A ‘refugee camp’ show garden inspired by a project in Iraq involving Coventry University has been awarded a silver gilt medal at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.

    Coventry University is celebrating 175 years since it first started providing education in the city – with calls for former teachers, students and residents to get involved and help build up a picture of the past. 

    CU London is set to award £95,000 in scholarships and bursaries towards opening up higher education to more people.

    BBC Radio 2’s Jeremy Vine will reminisce about his early career as a journalist in Coventry during a public talk.

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