erhaps you won’t mind being sent to Coventry when you realise it means life on an impressive 33-acre campus in the heart of one of the largest cities in England. A pleasant cathedral quarter and city centre showcase 1,000 years of history, and the city has all the facilities you’d expect. The university thinks of itself as modern and forward-looking. Courses have close vocational links with major global corporations and employability is a key concern.
pproximately 86% of freshers were guaranteed accommodation. The price range for fresher accommodation for 2014-15 is £4,080 to £5,720 for contracts ranging from 38 to 44 weeks. Freshers’ parking is available in selected properties.
The Hub is the home of the university’s student union and is the central venue for all student-related activity. It features a music venue, a selection of restaurants and shops, and a variety of study spaces including a roof terrace for working on collaborative projects.
The university’s new £55m engineering and computing building opened in 2012. It provides students within the faculty of engineering and computing with the latest in modern technology for their courses, including a suite of state-of-the-art aeronautical and engineering workshops, and large open spaces for student experiments.
There is an award-winning library with 360,000 books and journals, and an impressive sports centre with a fully equipped gym.
Close to the M1/M6 intersection and half an hour from Birmingham by train; an hour and a quarter to London.