The West Midlands Combined Authority currently have a campaign for Mental Health Awareness week called This Is Me.
Our monthly update for our Reps on what’s going on in the Higher Education sector returns!?In this edition, we look at some of the biggest developments of 2020 and what’s happening now.
What have Reps done this week, and what's on the agenda next week?
What have Reps done this week, and what's on the agenda next week?
What happened in the higher education sector in February 2020?
What have Reps done for EEC students this term? Read on to find out about the work your Reps do for you...
Find out what has been going in universities this month!
Find out about the latest HE news in this month's Reps HE Newsletter!
The London Borough of Barking & Dagenham has been shortlisted to apply to the Football Foundation for ‘Active Through Football’ funding to support the increasing of physical activity in people aged 16+, and a consultation is underway to gather ideas.
As students in the local area, your feedback is vital to this consultation.
Volunteering opportunity: At Royal Trinity Hospice, they believe every moment matters. They go above and beyond to help our patients and their families make the most of every moment they have left.
Meet the Students that will be Representing you at Coventry University London fro the 2019/20 academic year!
Coventry needs you! Grab this once in a lifetime opportunity to be part of Coventry City of Culture 2021
University students from across the West Midlands will be joining up online for the launch of a new initiative as part of the MiFriendly Cities project.
Over the last few weeks, we have been carefully watching the direction of the pandemic and the likelihood of an easing of restrictions to enable the Festival of Running to proceed on March 21st.
A big thank you to all of you who responded to our Christmas Shoebox Appeal, 2020.
From the moment that lockdown began to ease the FoR Coventry team has been working extremely hard to provide you a safe and COVID-19 secure event that meets or exceeds government and governing body guidance.
Elizabeth Mullenger suggests the 12 days of Uni life inspired by her experiences so far....
Get into the Christmas spirit with this festive recipe...
One of the things that has arisen during the course of the pandemic, is the need to keep connections going. None more so than the connections between the generations; children not physically being able to be with their grandparents is one such connection that has been lost.
Our Politics society is back to bring you the opportunity to get to know more about what the society does and test your knowledge in an exciting pub quiz event!
Whether you are celebrating or looking for further information on what your exam and assessment results mean, we want to help you! Results and feedback can sometimes be confusing and not always the easiest to interpret. Here is some information to help!
A collection of free short animation movies that have each collected millions of views...
Another fantastic article from Food Covolution. What’s really mind-blowing about Not Just Jams is that so much of what goes into the preserves is so hyper-local: grown or foraged
Explore the numerous galleries in the Herbert, all showing a different aspect of Coventry’s culture and history.
Coventry is a diverse, modern city which is re-imagining the role culture can play in bringing people together. Coventry is a city of welcome, a city of activists and pioneers, a city of peace and reconciliation, a city of innovation and invention, a City of Culture. This is your opportunity to be part of telling the story of the city that moves.
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Find out the results of our latest feedback form
If you’ve been losing sleep thinking that this pandemic will hold you back – think again.
Find out how CUSU are working with the university to resolve your feedback
Meet Fatma Aboubakar your CU Coventry Activities Officer
See if you can recreate this alpine adventure at home!
Be a part of organising campaigns and support faith students on campus!
Fadhila your Activities Rep for the School of Strategy and Leadership wants to introduce herself!
Click here to find web links to activities and resources to help out with your Mental Health & Wellbeing
Click here to find web links to activities and resources to help out with your Academic Wellbeing
We are pleased to announce that Lettuce Lettings have sponsored Coventry University Equestrian for a second year running. Lettuce Lettings have been such a vital part of CUE and we are excited to be working with them again.
Get involved and make a difference Student Action for Refugees (STAR) Society this year and find out more about what we do and what we stand for.
Welcome to Windband and find out a little bit more about who is on the Windband committee this year!
Get to know more about your CU Coventry Campus Officer for the 2020/21 academic year
Nana Akoto-Bamfo extends a welcome to incoming postgraduate students of Coventry University.
iGEM is a competition that inspires nearly 6,000 students each year to work in teams to solve real life problems utilising the emerging field of synthetic biology.
Go old school and play this addictive multi-player text based game based on the famous Terry Pratchett books "Discworld". You're just in time too as it's the start of Hogswatch the most festive time of year...
Your wellbeing and mental health is heavily influenced by your academic success. Make sure you are prepared for upcoming examination and deadline period with our academic wellbeing activities and resources; from revision resources to workshops - let's help get you ready.
London's national museums are all free to enter. Here's what you need to know
Happiness seems to be what everyone’s end goal in life is, but one thing we fail to realise is that happiness is a journey and there may be a secret to it.
Meet Marzana Your Wellbeing & Mental Health Community Chair! When you meet someone who is passionate about Wellbeing and Mental health, it is hard not to get swept up by their enthusiasm.
This is the case when you first meet Marzana Mehdi, the new Chair of CUSU’s Wellbeing and Mental Health Community.
The final year of university is always ‘taught’, so, while making the most of your student life, you have to study and apply for graduate jobs at the same time. That was me earlier this year. I was finishing my dissertation, had bought tickets to the Summer Ball, and had several interviews and assessment centres booked.
When Lucy Pearce started working on a project for her Fine Art and Illustration degree at Coventry University, she didn’t think that this would lead to becoming a published author a few months later!
Food sustainability is not often at the forefront of a university student’s mind - especially when healthy eating is involved. Hopefully, these quick and easy tips can help you pick more sustainable healthy food choices!
On this page you'll find a series of mental wellbeing podcasts or audio guides you can listen to in your own time, in private, to help you through times when your mood is low or you're feeling anxious.
Each audio guide gives you simple, commonsense advice on what you can do to boost your mood. You can try the mood self-assessment quiz to help you decide which audio guides could help you the most.