CU Coventry

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CU Coventry is a subsidiary of Coventry University. It has been in operation since its launch in 2012, and was formerly known as Coventry University College.[1][2] Its campus is located in the city of Coventry, England.

It is part of CU, a network of three higher education campuses, comprising CU Coventry, CU London and CU Scarborough, all part of the Coventry University Group.


Coventry University College was founded in 2012 as a subsidiary of Coventry University, taking on its new name CU Coventry in 2017. The institution is labelled as a "no frills[3]", alternative to traditional higher education. Students that graduate with a degree receive it from Coventry University, since they are recognised by the UK government as the awarding body. It has expanded over time, launching a new range of short courses called Connect to help people access university,[4] and also hosting community events.[5]

Higher Education courses[edit]

Access to Higher Education courses[6] are offered, designed to help students access higher education without traditional qualifications:

  • Business Studies
  • Engineering
  • Health & Human Sciences
  • Social Sciences


  1. ^ Whinyates, David (10 February 2017). "Why new chief at CU Coventry has ambitious plans". Coventry Telegraph. Retrieved 13 November 2017.
  2. ^ "CU Coventry Rebrand | Coventry University Group". Retrieved 31 October 2017.
  3. ^ Vasagar, Jeevan; editor, education (17 October 2011). "No frills university college offers half price degrees". The Guardian. ISSN 0261-3077. Retrieved 31 October 2017.
  4. ^ Public. "Connect: Free short course for Adults at CU Coventry". Retrieved 31 October 2017.[permanent dead link]
  5. ^ "CU Coventry hosts free family-friendly Community Day". Retrieved 31 October 2017.
  6. ^ "Access to Higher Education | CU Coventry". Retrieved 31 October 2017.