Coventry has been judged one of the top 50 cities in the world - and the 5th best in the UK - in which to study by independent higher education experts QS Quacquarelli Symonds, compilers of the QS World University Rankings portfolio. The city, home to both the University of Warwick and Coventry University, was ranked 42nd in the world overall and also ranked second in the world behind only Melbourne, Australia for its student mix.
In the 2021 National Student Survey (NSS), a nationwide survey of final year students, Warwick has been placed third in the Russell Group and 13th in the UK for Overall Satisfaction.
Mayor opens Ramfoam’s new headquarters as company embraces digital thanks to WMG, University of Warwick
One of the first companies to sign up to the MadeSmarter programme to improve the digital capabilities of smaller businesses has officially opened its new company headquarters and factory in Sandwell, thanks to the help they received from WMG at the University of Warwick.
A ground-breaking photographic project will chart the centre of Coventry as it emerges from the post-Covid lockdown.
Emerging from Lockdown: The Coventry Grid Project 2021 is a mass participation, map-based photographic survey of central Coventry – and it is looking for people to take part. Open to all, the project will see local people chart a small area of Coventry city centre, capturing it as the Covid restrictions are lifted.
Two University of Warwick researchers have been elected as Fellows of the British Academy in recognition of their contribution to the social sciences, humanities and the arts. Professor Anne Gerritsen (History) and Professor Shirin Rai (Politics and International Studies) are among 84 new Fellows announced by the prestigious institution, which was founded in 1902 as the UK’s national academy for the humanities and social sciences.