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Student reviews on Coventry uni?

I'm really not sure on whether i should accept my offer from this uni...my eyes have been wandering to others lol

Any current students who want to give me a review on what the uni is really like?
Reply 1
I don't go there, but I know a few sites which helped me. :smile:

http://www.whatuni.com/

http://www.studentbeans.com/

http://unistats.direct.gov.uk/

http://www.push.co.uk/ (this one prides itself on being 'ruthlessly independent')

http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showthread.php?t=127564
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Original post by Turty
I don't go there, but I know a few sites which helped me. :smile:

http://www.whatuni.com/

http://www.studentbeans.com/

http://unistats.direct.gov.uk/

http://www.push.co.uk/ (this one prides itself on being 'ruthlessly independent')

http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showthread.php?t=127564


Thank you
Reply 3
Its ****ing **** mate
Reply 4
It kinda depends on your course. Some facilities are better than others and that greatly affects how you feel about the univeristy.

I do engineering and I am in the brand new building. The building, despite having a few cheap-spots, is generally really good and it makes it a pleasure to go there each day to work. The other engineering buildings aren't so nice and they're quite old. Similarly, most of the other facilities are quite dated and so it might not be the best atmosphere. It is really up to you to go along and see it for yourself.

In terms of accommodation, there is an okay selection. There are some shabby ones, but they're starting to modernise this area too. Victoria Halls are about the same cost as Singer and quite a lot nicer. Obviously if you're the first to live there then it will be superb. Unfortunately there are some buildings which are really dated and ugly (such as Priory) and most people hate living there. It depends if you get lucky.



Overall, I have enjoyed my experience so far. I am looking forward to moving into my own house next year with friends. Most people on my course have enjoyed it too.


The only way to really know is to just come along and check it out for yourself. It's about what you're willing to live with.
Original post by SillyEddy
It kinda depends on your course. Some facilities are better than others and that greatly affects how you feel about the univeristy.

I do engineering and I am in the brand new building. The building, despite having a few cheap-spots, is generally really good and it makes it a pleasure to go there each day to work. The other engineering buildings aren't so nice and they're quite old. Similarly, most of the other facilities are quite dated and so it might not be the best atmosphere. It is really up to you to go along and see it for yourself.

In terms of accommodation, there is an okay selection. There are some shabby ones, but they're starting to modernise this area too. Victoria Halls are about the same cost as Singer and quite a lot nicer. Obviously if you're the first to live there then it will be superb. Unfortunately there are some buildings which are really dated and ugly (such as Priory) and most people hate living there. It depends if you get lucky.



Overall, I have enjoyed my experience so far. I am looking forward to moving into my own house next year with friends. Most people on my course have enjoyed it too.


The only way to really know is to just come along and check it out for yourself. It's about what you're willing to live with.



I've been to an open day...it was ok, nothing wow about it

only thing i really disliked was the accomodation (liberty point looks like an estate!, only en-suite accom!)

and the fact its not on an enclosed campus
*sigh*
Original post by SillyEddy
It kinda depends on your course. Some facilities are better than others and that greatly affects how you feel about the univeristy.

I do engineering and I am in the brand new building. The building, despite having a few cheap-spots, is generally really good and it makes it a pleasure to go there each day to work. The other engineering buildings aren't so nice and they're quite old. Similarly, most of the other facilities are quite dated and so it might not be the best atmosphere. It is really up to you to go along and see it for yourself.

In terms of accommodation, there is an okay selection. There are some shabby ones, but they're starting to modernise this area too. Victoria Halls are about the same cost as Singer and quite a lot nicer. Obviously if you're the first to live there then it will be superb. Unfortunately there are some buildings which are really dated and ugly (such as Priory) and most people hate living there. It depends if you get lucky.



Overall, I have enjoyed my experience so far. I am looking forward to moving into my own house next year with friends. Most people on my course have enjoyed it too.


The only way to really know is to just come along and check it out for yourself. It's about what you're willing to live with.


Hows the social life?
Accom is quite pricey.
Original post by Mr.Guy
Its ****ing **** mate


ok "mate"
Reply 8
Original post by *Thedreaming*
Hows the social life?
Accom is quite pricey.

The social life is fine. It's not as packed as a major city, but there are a good number of pubs and clubs in the town. I don't really go out too much other than society nights out.

There are also decent links to Birmingham, Warwick University, Warwick and Leamington Spa. The latter has some nice places too.
Reply 9
Original post by *Thedreaming*
ok "mate"

Hey babes whats up? You good? Yeah you're good. Mine or yours? Coventry gals are that easy. No challenge :frown:
(edited 10 years ago)
Original post by Mr.Guy
Hey babes whats up? You good? Yeah you're good. Mine or yours? Coventry gals are that easy. No challenge :frown:


sounds good to me :wink: could always get the train to london if you want a challenge!
Cov girls are easy?

I have been there 3 years now and I haven't seen any girls!
Outside of the uni cov is a rough place.
Reply 12
Hi i just wanna ask you guys? What your opinion overall from cov uni?because i want to apply there for business management?thnk u
Will they offer cas letter even if credibility interview fails
Original post by *Thedreaming*
I'm really not sure on whether i should accept my offer from this uni...my eyes have been wandering to others lol

Any current students who want to give me a review on what the uni is really like?

My experience at Coventry has been really good. Night life is quite good too. Academics are very friendly and supportive.
Is there anything particular you would like to know?

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