Find out what your part-time officers got up to in the months of December and January
Kanishka won our EEC Student of the Year Award in 2023 and is now in his final year. Read about his experience of winning the award, and why students should get involved this year.
Read on to learn about Nat Walker-Laver, who works for Coventry university Recruitment and Admissions as a student Success Coach.
Read on to learn about Kayden, a PhD Scholar for Global Learning and Attainment, and a Lecturer in Psychology at Coventry University.
Read on to hear from members of the LGBTQIA+ society committee about why they got involved in the society, why representation matters and why we celebrate LGBT+ History Month!
Find out what your community team have been working on this month!
Read a welcome message from your LGBTQIA+ Community Engagement Lead Jack, and find out how you can get involved with activities at Your SU this History Month.
Hannah Yusuf, Campus Officer for CU London, talks about what makes Black History Month so special.
Mahbub Shuhag, the Coventry University London Campus Officer, has compiled his tips on finding your community at University.
Your CU London Campus Officer, Hannah Yusuf, has compiled their top tips on how to prioritise your mental health whilst at University.
We collected book and film recommendations from staff and students about LGBTQIA+ people's lives and experiences. Read on to find some new books to add to your reading list, and some films to watch too!
If you are thinking of applying to be a Course Rep for either Coventry University London or CU London, then carry on reading as we explain a little bit more about the role!
Your CU London Campus Officer for 2023–24 is Hannah Yusuf. Here Hannah introduces herself and their role, and how they can help you make the most of your university experience this year!
Your Campus Officer has compiled his top tips for new students!
If you are going to work whilst in the UK you will need to get a National Insurance Number.
Your Cov Uni London Campus Officer for 2023–24 is Mahbub Shuhag. Here he re-introduces himself and his role, and how he can help you make the most of your university experience this year!
We are looking for more students to become representatives for their campus, college or course.
Discover the ultimate student's guide to enjoying and exploring London during the summer months. From iconic landmarks to hidden gems, unlock the secrets of a memorable summer in the bustling city.
Discover the best of London as a new international student! From iconic landmarks to cultural experiences and vibrant neighborhoods, explore the city's diverse offerings and connect with fellow students. Get ready for an unforgettable journey in this bustling capital!
University exams can be scary and stressful for students. This article will give you some simple tips and strategies to help you cope with exams. You'll learn how to study better and take care of yourself during this time. These tips will help you do well in your exams, even if you're feeling nervous or unsure.
Check out which reps have been recognised for their work in the month of September
Following student feedback and as part of our work supporting members through the ongoing cost of living increases, Your Students’ Union is working with the University to trial offering free period products at Liverpool Street Campus.
If you are a new student to Dagenham, here's some top tips to find affordable student accommodation
Sport Coventry is proud to celebrate and highlight our LGBT+ community at Varsity 2024.
Get to know about our Women's Volleyball team who have started their 23/24 BUCS with a 3-game winning streak, who are Sport Coventry's Team of the Month for October!
We have a range of societies where you can meet fellow students who share your faith
New kit highlights and celebrates the city of Coventry and the Black people who have contributed to the growth of the game in the city.
Find out what your Part-Time Officers have been up to in the month of October
Check out which reps have been recognised for their work in the month of October
Stay safe and empowered as a female student in London with these essential tips. Learn how to navigate the city, use reliable transportation, and build a supportive network. Prioritize your well-being and enjoy your time in this vibrant city.
Semester 2 has begun with a recruitment drive, and the start of the final drive up until BUCS for the competitive squad. Less than two weeks - running, sparring, leading by example!
Come say hi!
Monday at 17:00-18:30 at Priory Sports Hall
Tuesday at Cov Boys and Girls Club (opposite the sports centre on Whitefriars St) 18:00-19:00 (19:00-20:00 for competitors)
Friday Sparring (invitation only - Apollo 18:00)
Students can find out more about volunteering and what opportunities are available with a range of charities.
Find out more about digital badges and how you can apply them to your personal and professional development.
Find out what your Part-Time Officers have been up to in the month of September
Want to find out what Futsal could hold for you? Let’s hear from previous Cov goal keeper
Save money this Christmas but don’t scrimp on the experiences!
You won’t even have to spend a penny with this roundup of free things to do in London.
SCONUL Access is a scheme which allows many university library users to study spaces or books and journals at other libraries which belong to the scheme. Some library users may be able to borrow print books from other libraries too.