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Coventry University is a diverse and exciting place to work and we share the enthusiasm of our staff and students to be the best at whatever they choose to do. We have a comprehensive training, personal and professional development programme that provides our employees with the skills to enhance their performance in the workplace and grow in their careers.

View current job vacancies. Coventry University academic teaching year is made up of three 16 week-long teaching blocks. Here you will find information about term dates for both new and returning students as well as study break and end of semester dates for undergraduate and postgraduate students. As an ambitious and innovative university, our research makes a tangible difference to the way we live. Coventry University is already known for delivering research that makes a significant contribution to a number of global challenges.

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The journey can seem isolating, as research by nature has numerous ups and downs. There are however, various support systems in place which can easily be accessed depending on the type of concern you have. The PGR Mentors — people who have gone through as close to a similar journey as possible — are available to guide and offer support should you need it. Please do not hesitate to get in touch with me if you need to have a chat with someone or need more specific advice, and I'll do my best to guide you to the right place!

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So a little bit about me My research is investigating technology enabled home care with specific Slut in Winnipeg for nutrition in patients with long term conditions. I now work one day a week as a Registered Dietitian alongside my PhD study to maintain my clinical skills and knowledge. Current pressures on the health and social care system are of an Coventry married women looking in Bern high with constraints on staff, resources and finances.

Meanwhile, the aging population have multiple and more severe co-morbidities for the health system to contend with. Technology enabled healthcare is a rapidly diversifying and developing field of research interest due to its believed potential to save cost whilst improve self-management and access to healthcare for those most vulnerable.

My research aims to focus on Coventry married women looking in Bern and the potential to use technology to prevent malnutrition in this population group who are more likely to be at risk. Why did I want to do a PhD? For me, it was the opportunity to embark on a journey in attempt to make an impact on future of healthcare provision and patients' quality of life.

Having clinical experience and knowledge of the pressures of the current healthcare setting, I saw this PhD as an option to explore alternatives and contribute evidence based research to my field. I now live in Coventry and am about to start my 6th year of study here so I hope to be a useful point of contact if you have questions about the university or bits generally about Coventry!

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My academic background reflects my career path. It has been a varied journey that has somehow converged via some weird logic to bring me to Coventry to do this PhD. Having got here, I have found the experience to be interesting and exciting — although scary at times!

The university itself has always proved to be supportive and nurturing along the way. There will be difficult times as you go through the PhD process, but for every "down" there is always an "up". Hello everyone, a brief introduction about myself. My name is Ghazi Alabbadi and I am a 3rd year full time PhD researcher from Jordan at the faculty of Engineering, Environment, and Computing, researching the effects of motivation on workers productivity in construction sites.

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As an international student who has been living in Coventry since SeptemberI have adapted to the diverse culture of the university and became familiar with the various activities hosted in and outside of the university, and I will gladly provide my support in whichever way you need to help you kickstart your PhD with confidence, and hopefully have a pleasant and an exciting journey here in Coventry university. My name is George Eremionkhale, and I am in Centre for business in society and a fulltime student in my first year.

I am originally from Nigeria but came to the UK in to undertake my undergrad, I then went on to do my masters. I decided to get a research degree because during my dissertation for my masters I found the topic very interesting and knew that I would like to go further in the area. For my PhD I am focusing on Green marketing and sustainability, I plan to develop a theory that countries who do not have any working sustainability effort can adapt and I plan to use Nigeria as a case study.

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Originally from Switzerland, I also had to adapt to the quite different UK higher education culture. Now that I am more than halfway through, it does not seem as scary anymore.

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