Coventry University is a dynamic, global and transformational ‘modern university’ whose roots can be traced back to 1843 to the Coventry School of Design. With a proud tradition as a provider of innovative teaching and learning and a focus on impactful research, the university has established a robust reputation for pushing the boundaries of higher education regionally, nationally and across the world.
In recent years Coventry’s student satisfaction levels and teaching quality have been rated amongst the best in the UK, which in turn has led to impressive rises in every major university league table. The combination of these successes and its unique approach to developments in the sector – including the Institute for Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering and a new campus in Scarborough – earned Coventry a gold rating in the UK government’s Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) in 2017, and saw it labelled “perhaps the most innovative university in the UK” by the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018.
The university is recognised internationally for its expertise in health, peacebuilding and disaster management, and for the world-leading calibre of its engineering and design graduates – particularly in the automotive field. It was awarded the prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise in 2015 in recognition of its international growth and success over the past six years.
Coventry’s city centre campus itself is continually developing and evolving, and a £500 million-plus investment in a new student centre, engineering and computing building and science and health facility is playing a key role in modernising the entire learning experience.
Coventry University Higher Education Corporations Group (CUHECG) stands for Coventry University and its subsidiaries group. The group is continually growing and so may expand over the course of the Framework.