Our East London campus is within reach of some of the key benefits the capital has to offer. We’ve invested £4.5 million in renovating the Grade II listed former Civic Centre to feature engineering and science labs, computer suites, a library, café and lots of individual and group study spaces.
Our Student Support services are made up of our Academic Writing Service, Customer Services, Library & Learning Services, Health and Wellbeing and Protection Services. Together we aim to ensure that while you’re studying at CU London your welfare is well taken care of.
The customer service desk is a one stop shop offering assistance with enrolment, student status letters, student finance issues, timetables, extensions and deferrals, ID cards, IT registration, payments and more.
Our Library & Learning Services provides computer access and printing, loanable laptops, copies of essential and recommended reading plus access to over 115,000 eBooks. The team can also offer information skills sessions and help finding books and resources, as well as bookable one-to-one sessions covering journals, databases, referencing and search techniques.
London is the UK’s capital city with a history extending over 2000 years. A sprawling metropolis of business and commerce, it’s also a hugely popular student city, beating the competition to become the number one student city in 2019. With a wide range of things to see and do you’ll struggle to be bored living here, no matter what your budget is.
As a student at CU London you are automatically enrolled in Coventry University Students’ Union (CUSU). You also have a dedicated CUSU CU London Coordinator who organises events on campus just for you.
CUSU is an active student led organisation that arranges lots of student get-together's whether that be Welcome Week events, socials throughout the year or co-curricular opportunities. You’ll find lots of opportunities to get involved from representing your fellow students, volunteering and societies through to sports clubs and student led community groups. CUSU also has a confidential advice centre offering support with finance, housing and academic issues.
At one of CU London’s Open Days you can:
- Find out more about our innovative course delivery model
- Meet your course tutor for a short taster session
- Talk to current CU London students and ask them about their study experience
- Explore our facilities on a student-led tour, including the library, academic writing services, computer suites and much more learn about the local student accommodation options
We offer other visit opportunities for prospective students who aren’t able to visit us on a full Open Day. These smaller, informal events, designed to fit more easily around your daytime commitments, are a good place to start for mature students or those returning to education after a break.