Coventry is an evolving and innovative university with a growing reputation for excellence in education. Independent surveys show that we provide a caring and supportive environment, enriched by a unique blend of academic expertise and practical experience.

Three words set us apart - employability, enterprise and entrepreneurship. Coventry University was 'Highly Commended' in the Entrepreneurial University of the Year category at the Times Higher Awards 2008.

Our aim is to keep on improving. We're investing heavily in developing our state-of-the-art facilities with £160m earmarked for improvements over the next ten years.

And by seeking to enhance the strong vocational emphasis of our courses and bolstering our links with the very best industry organisations, we're firmly focussed on preparing students for successful futures.

Latest Updates

  • By jessica mitchell

EU-Africa partner interest in raw materials value chains

The Centre for Agroecology Water and Resilience at Coventry University is looking to partner in the project on EU-Africa raw materials value chain and offers the following expertise matching the scope and expected impacts of the topic.

  • By Agnieszka Wieczorek Jetha

Coventry’s Universities Announce Joint Project To Support Local Creatives

Coventry University and the University of Warwick have launched a joint project to fund local artists hit financially by the COVID-19 outbreak and allow them to continue their projects during the outbreak.

  • By Magdalena Pacholska

Coventry University launched fully funded studentships supporting the Global Challenges and UN SDGs

Coventry University launched a suite of fully funded studentship opportunities that support the Global Challenges (GCRF) and UN Sustainable Development Goals.

  • By Magdalena Pacholska

Three fully-funded PhD studentships for Higher Education Research at Coventry University & Aarhus University

Coventry University and Aarhus University have collaborated to design a joint PhD studentship programme and are inviting applications from suitably qualified UK or European graduates for three fully-funded PhD studentships for research into higher education.

  • By Magdalena Pacholska

Large company dealing with stationary energy storage or battery management for LC-BAT-08 consortium

The core technology of this research proposals other consortium members is thermal tomography and reference electrodes derived from internally networked printed sensor arrays, providing thermal and electrochemical spatial information at the cell level.  Additionally, a local battery management system will be incorporated into each cell, enabling distributed control and monitoring. This project will further investigate the use of powerline communication, enabling cells to transmit and receive data through the power bus bar.

  • By Magdalena Pacholska

Coventry University interested in joining a consortium for Pilot Action "Satellite Broadband internet access for educational multimedia contents to unconnected schools"

The general objective of the pilot project is to contribute to assessing the benefits of a broadband connectivity via satellite in areas impacted by digital divide with the support of regional or national public authorities, as a precursor of the even larger benefits that the European Gigabit Society will later make largely available.