“My name is Iffat Jahangir and I am a full-time student at Coventry University studying BSc Forensic Investigations. I am also currently working as a student intern for Curriculum 2025, particularly supporting on work around Curriculum Co-Creation.”
'I'm Holly, graduate intern at Curriculum 2025. I recently graduated from the University of Warwick with an MA in International Political Economy and have been doing some work on how to embed co-creation within the curriculum at Coventry University.
Click here to find web links to activities and resources to help out with your Mental Health & Wellbeing
Click here to find web links to activities and resources to help out with your Academic Wellbeing
Your wellbeing and mental health is heavily influenced by your academic success. Make sure you are prepared for upcoming examination and deadline period with our academic wellbeing activities and resources; from revision resources to workshops - let's help get you ready.
Meet Marzana Your Wellbeing & Mental Health Community Chair! When you meet someone who is passionate about Wellbeing and Mental health, it is hard not to get swept up by their enthusiasm.
This is the case when you first meet Marzana Mehdi, the new Chair of CUSU’s Wellbeing and Mental Health Community.
The final year of university is always ‘taught’, so, while making the most of your student life, you have to study and apply for graduate jobs at the same time. That was me earlier this year. I was finishing my dissertation, had bought tickets to the Summer Ball, and had several interviews and assessment centres booked.
When Lucy Pearce started working on a project for her Fine Art and Illustration degree at Coventry University, she didn’t think that this would lead to becoming a published author a few months later!
We know this year will be especially challenging for a lot of students but we're here to help! We're taking a look back at some of what we did last year to give you a taste of what might be to come.
On this page you'll find a series of mental wellbeing podcasts or audio guides you can listen to in your own time, in private, to help you through times when your mood is low or you're feeling anxious.
Each audio guide gives you simple, commonsense advice on what you can do to boost your mood. You can try the mood self-assessment quiz to help you decide which audio guides could help you the most.