Coventry was once the capital of England. There was no Arts Council, no Local Enterprise Partnerships and no combined authorities in those days. Now it sits as the 15th largest city in England with two award winning universities and its … Continue reading Coventry bids to host City of Culture 2021
There are many options for working while you study at Coventry University. The Careers Team helps students to access and secure placement and job opportunities. Discover how to take advantage of the Careers Service in the exclusive interview by Cynthia, … Continue reading Guide to Campus Meet CU Careers Service
The newly formed project student – staff collaboration of the Office of Teaching & Learning, Lanchester Library and Disruptive Media Learning Lab [DMLL] has been launched today, in the Grass, 3rd Floor DMLL. This collaborative project aims to equipped … Continue reading Digital Leaders: Project Launch
Did you know that all undergraduate and postgraduate courses are reviewed annually so that they meet course quality standards? Do you want to have a say in the way your course is reviewed and planned? If so, we are offering … Continue reading Student Engagement Partner: Professional Experience Opportunity
A new student initiative will be launched on the 31st October. A special collaboration of the Office of Teaching & Learning, Lanchester Library and the Disruptive Media Learning Lab (DMLL). CU Digital Leaders is a new student to staff partnership being … Continue reading Are YOU ready to become a CU Digital Leader?
Monday 17th October sees the start of Coventry University’s ‘Get Involved Week’ where students who are interested in volunteering, can look at the variety of projects, charities and schemes that are in desperate need of finding new people to join … Continue reading An Ideal Opportunity to get Involved as a Volunteer
The opinions of our students really do matter as we rely on them to tell us where we can improve or what they think we should be doing in order to enhance their student experience. We are often asked to … Continue reading Are we asking too much of our Students?