We aspire to be a dynamic, global, enterprising university. We will work in partnership with external organisations through our research and engage our students as partners in a community of learning.
Coventry University is a modern, forward-looking university whose roots can be traced back to 1843 to the Coventry College of Design. With both a proud tradition as a provider of high quality education and a focus on multidisciplinary applied research, today the University has established an academic presence regionally, nationally and across the world.
Through its links with leading-edge businesses and organizations in a variety of industries, Coventry University’s 24,000+ students enjoy access to placement opportunities which ensure that their employability prospects are enhanced by the time they graduate. Its students also benefit from state-of-the-art equipment and facilities in all academic disciplines from health, sport science and performing arts to industrial design, engineering and computing.
Coventry University is recognised internationally for its expertise in serious games and disaster management, and for the world-leading calibre of its engineering and design graduates. It was chosen to host three national Centres of Excellence in Teaching and Learning which has enabled it to invest substantial sums of money to improve still further the quality of education in health, design and mathematics.
The city centre campus itself is continually developing and evolving, and a recent £100 million-plus investment in a new Student Centre and Engineering & Computing building is playing a key role in modernising the entire learning experience.
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About the faculty
We aim to provide high quality educational provision to a wide range of students underpinned by a strong commitment to student support.
The Faculty expects research and scholarship to permeate its educational provision, and is committed to developing a strong and focused research profile.
The Faculty will develop in areas that give particular attention to local and regional needs, whilst at the same time aiming to become nationally and internationally recognised for the quality of its work.