Students at coventry University London explain how they benefited from English language support at the university.
My name is Carole Still and I am the Head of Alumni and External Affairs at Coventry University London Campus – Welcome to my blog. I enjoyed sharing your learning journey with you when you studied at Coventry University London and invite you into this blog to continue chatting and exchanging views.
If you are beginning to prepare for your Graduation day our Student Ambassador Muneeba, offers all the advice and tips you could possibly need.
You may be considering moving out of your home for university. There are many accommodation options in and around London which we have carefully selected and are recommending that are within walking distance to our London Campus.
Preparing for university life can be an exciting but hectic time. Get Ready, Arrive and Settle In is a step by step guide on how to fully prepare for student life.
To get your university journey off to a great start, and to help you maximise your first year, we have compiled a bucket list of things to do as a fresher.
Being in the heart of the city you are surrounded with interesting and diverse cuisine from all corners of the world. You can feast on delicious South Asian food to delicate French food without even needing your passport.
Everyone’s experience of their first week of university is unique to them. Our Student Ambassador Muneeba tells us more on how she overcame her initial nerves!
Global Business student Ololade is the current undergraduate president of the Mentoring Cloud society. Here she tells us a little bit more about why joining a society at university is a great way to make new friends, settle in and develop new skills.
Although many students have an experience of living in Student Accommodation, this is not the only option available. Many students decide to rent privately either by themselves or with other people. MBA student Andres tells us a little bit more about his experience.