Why study at Coventry University?
Coventry University is one of the UK’s leading new universities which has gained a reputation as an innovative and ambitious institution and its Research Centres focus on five key themes, which are Intelligent Products and Processes, Health and Wellbeing, Creative Cultures, Sustainability and Resilience and Safety and Security. Meanwhile, Coventry University also co-operates closely with industry, with its business support teams acting as a liaison for interested companies who hope to use the skills, knowledge and expertise provided by the university’s academics and research centres.
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Coventry University – Entry Requirements
It is important for you to remember that you will require fluent spoken and written English if you intend to study at Coventry University. However, if you are not yet quite up to standard, then do not fear as the university offers an extensive range of pre-sessional courses, which will raise your English up to the required standard. For undergraduate year 1 and year 2 study an IELTS of 6.0 is required; to qualify for 10 weeks of pre-sessional training to lift you to IELTS 6.0, you should have achieved an IELTS of 5.0. If your IELTS is 4.0 then a 30-week course will be required. For a top-up or postgraduate study programme, a 6.5 IELTS is necessary. For full details of the language requirements, visit the website of Coventry University and follow the links for international students, where you will discover full particulars, including fees and enrolment dates.
Coventry University – How to Apply
To apply for a course with Coventry University you can either use the university’s online application form, or you can download an application form the Coventry University website. When you return the application form by e-mail, ensure that any attachments you include are less than 10MB. It is also possible to apply through one of the university’s local representatives if you live in China, Kenya, Nigeria, Indonesia and Pakistan. Once you have made your application, you should receive a decision within 2 days.
Coventry University requires a series of supporting documents to accompany your application. These consist of all your academic transcripts, copies of your degree or diploma, or references from work if they are appropriate, one academic reference, your English language test scores, a personal statement and also a copy of your current passport.
Scholarships at Coventry University
Coventry University has invested £1 million in scholarships for their students who do not hail from the UK. Again, you can find full details on the university’s website. You may find that you are eligible for one of 30 Coventry University Sports Scholarships, and the application is open to all of those who are participating in a sport recognised by Sports England. These sports scholarships are at two levels, £1,500 and £3,000 and are paid by a mixture of cash and services. The Academic Performance Scholarship is available for those self-funded, full-time international students at both undergraduate and postgraduate level who have achieved high standards in A-levels or their equivalents and is worth £1,500. Jordanian students at the Coventry Business School may be eligible for the Jordan Kuwait Bank Business Scholarship, which covers the full fee for the course and also comes with a job offer. Postgraduate Indonesian students should see if they qualify for a CU-SDID Scholarship, worth £5,000. Self-funded, full-time Indian, Nigerian and Ghanan students in Engineering, Environment and Computing courses may be eligible for scholarships worth from £2,000 to £6,000 from their respective countries’ development funds. Full details can be discovered at Coventry University’s website.