Coventry University is made up of four faculties.
Students and graduates from the Faculty of Arts and Humanities have been shaping the landscape of performance, media, design and the humanities for almost 175 years. Students can study a range of subjects within three schools whether they enjoy architecture, English language, photography or any other creative subjects:
Situated in the birthplace of the British motor industry and the historical heart of UK manufacturing, the Faculty of Engineering, Environment and Computing is nationally and internationally recognised for its portfolio of education and research opportunities.
With its £55 million modern teaching and research building designed to support activity-led learning and connect education and industry, the faculty’s students leave fully prepared for successful future careers.
The faculty comprises three schools:
Students can expect to gain more from this award-winning faculty, which is based in a brand new £37 million building. Each year, over 600 students are enrolled, taking advantage of the largest choice of health and social care courses in the Midlands – including social policy and administration, ranked 3rd in the Guardian University Guide 2020, and nursing and midwifery, which is ranked 4th.
Four further subject areas are in the top 10 for the Complete University Guide 2020: food science, forensic science, physiotherapy and occupational therapy.
Schools within the faculty include:
Faculty of Business and Law
The Faculty of Business and Law provides a dynamic and enterprising educational experience for all students interested in business, economics, finance, accounting, marketing, management and law.
The Faculty of Business and Law is made up of two core schools:
Coventry Business School is home to courses in:
- Economics, Finance and Accounting
- Marketing and Management
- Strategy and Leadership
Coventry Law School is a provider of qualifying law degrees in both general and specialist areas.
Students have access to a Moot Room– a modern courtroom within an academic environment. This facility allows students to develop their advocacy skills in a realistic environment.