Quality teaching, employable graduates, strong links with industry and an innovative and dynamic approach to learning are just a few highlights of studying with Coventry University. Over 20,000 students, including 8,000 international students from more than 130 countries study here. University's curriculum is reinforced with modules specifically tailored to provide all students with essential employability skills.
Ranked 15th in the UK by the Guardian University Guide 2017, voted 'University of the Year 2015' at the Times Higher Education Awards and Modern University of the Year for the 3rd year running by the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide.
Coventry occupies a purpose-built 33-acre territory in Coventry City Centre adjacent to Coventry Cathedral and the Herbert Museum. The centre piece of the campus is The Hub, an award-winning building which opened in August 2011. The Hub is the home of the Coventry University Students’ Union, other student support services. Coventry's £20 million library opened in 2000 and is on the outskirts of the campus. The library has a distinctive turreted exterior and has won awards for its interior design which features a light distribution system to make the most of natural light throughout the building. To the south of the main campus is the Coventry University Technology Park, a business park.
ONCAMPUS programmes can offer progression to a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees at Coventry
University, on successful completion of the Foundation or Year One programme.
The programmes support international students to develop the academic, personal and professional skills needed to be successful at university:
These are four faculties at Coventry University: the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, the Faculty of Engineering, Environment and Computing, the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, and the Faculty of Business and Law comprising of the Coventry Business School and Coventry Law School.
Coventry is only one hour’s train journey away from London, less than 20 minutes from Birmingham and 45 minutes from Oxford. You will find everything you would expect from a vibrant ultra-modern city and, because of the university’s city centre location, everything is within walking distance.