Coventry University woos students

THE 150-YEAR-old Coventry University in the United Kingdom is wooing Indian students.

The university's international officerwill be meeting prospective students in Chennai on December 2.

The university, with a 33-acre campus in the heart of Coventry City centre, has 17,000 students on campus.

The university is known for its advanced digitising and modelling laboratory and �20-million library.

Teaching quality assessments conducted recently by the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA), higher education's quality watchdog, found Coventry's teaching to be in the `excellent' range - 21 + points of a possible 24 for sociology (21); languages (21); para-medical subjects (23); mathematics, statistics and operational research (23); psychology (21); nursing and midwifery (22); economics (23); history, politics and international relations (23); business and management (22); art and sesign (22); and leisure and tourism (21).

A variety of accommodation is available on the campus and close to the City-centre, with easy access to public transport and shops.

Sessions will be held at Edwise International, A4, Anugraha Apartments (next to Taj Coromandel, Nungambakkam) (Phone: 52068985/86/87).

The university's international officer will provide guidance on admissions to the educational programmes.

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