Last week the CUSU Volunteering department were shortlisted for a Coventry University Excellence Award. Last night the awards took place at Coventry Cathedral and we are proud to report that our very own Volunteering department won an award!
The award was in the Community Engagement Initiative category and was for the excellent Gen2Gen project.
This weekend sees the return of Coventry Pride, which this year will take place at Fargo Village. As well as being a weekend full of entertainment it’s also a great chance to discover more about the LGBT+ community.
The Coventry University Excellence Awards take place this year on Thursday 23rd June at Coventry cathedral, and the hard work put in by the Volunteering department here at CUSU, and the students involved, is paying off!
The Volunteering department have been running the Gen2Gen project for the past three years and this year it has been shortlisted for the Coventry University Excellence Awards, in the Community Engagement Initiative category!
You could be entitled to a partial refund on your TV Licence. If you have already moved back home for the summer and no longer require your TV licence at your term time address, you can request a refund for the final 3 months of your license.
It’s that time of year again; many of you will be finishing your time at Coventry University and will be heading out into the “real world.” Some of you may have already found work, which is brilliant! But if you haven’t not to worry! We have some useful tips to help you get your dream job. Here you’ll find tips on: how to improve your CV, interview techniques, how to dress to impress, gaining relevant experience, building your portfolio and tidying up your social media.
As part of an ongoing lobby against proposed government changes that would cut NHS bursaries, staff and students from CUSU attended a rally at Westminster on the 25th May. Previously we held a campaign for staff and students to pledge their support to save NHS bursaries, which drew a great deal of support from the student community. Following this, MP for Coventry South Jim Cunningham visited The Hub to further add his support for saving the NHS bursaries.
Ramadan, Islam’s largest holiday, will begin around the 6th June, dependent on the sighting of the new moon. Ramadan lasts a whole month (until the next sighting of the new moon), and is celebrated worldwide by Muslims. Ramadan is a month of fasting, prayer, and charitable giving, and culminates with Eid, a celebration which includes feasts, gift-giving, and giving thanks to Allah.
This Friday sees the beginning of Coventry’s 2016 MotoFest weekend; running from Friday 3rd June until Sunday 5th June
MotoFest is a free event everyone can get involved with. Over the weekend there will be live music, art, design and engineering stands, prototypes and not to mention a wide variety of motor vehicles including: cars, motorcycles, trucks, buses, stock cars, armored vehicles and taxis.
West Midlands Police have recently highlighted that there has been an increased number of bike thefts in the Coventry area. They’ve put together this helpful guide on keeping your bike safe and away from thieves.
Have your say in a survey about leisure provision at Coventry University, and be entered into a draw to win one of three £200 Amazon vouchers.
Sport England, in partnership with the independent research company TNS-BMRB, has developed an online leisure survey for Higher Education institutions in England. The leisure survey will help Universities to understand more about what students do in their free time and about student satisfaction with the leisure activities provided at Coventry University.
Students will be chose at random so if you receive an email regarding the questionnaire we encourage you to fill it in. Your input to this survey is important and highly valued. It does not matter whether you currently do a lot of leisure activities or not, we’re interested in talking to a range of students. We want to understand what is really important to you and use this to help drive and shape the offer provided by Coventry University – so please have your say!