Education - Coventry is a student city in the true sense. 6.8% of the city population comprises of university students out of which 40% are international students. So you will enjoy being a part of a global community. It has ranked in the top 50 Best student cities in the world (QS) and has also won the title, “UK City of Culture”. Coventry is home to some of the UK's top universities with fulfilled customs and a modern approach to learning like the University of Warwick and Coventry University.
Employability - Coventry is a land of automobiles. Top companies like Rolls-Royce and Jaguar Land Rover have their manufacturing units here. If you are into motors and machines, this is your place, there are other IT companies as well to try different opportunities like Cognizant Technology Solutions, KM&T, and so much more.
Lifestyle - Coventry pleases both the artist and the explorer in you. You can enjoy a huge variety of sporting games like ice hockey and rugby at the centre of the city. You can also enjoy fabulous music performances by bands like cold play in the Warwick art centre. There are also many historical monuments like Coventry Cathedral, St. Mary's Guildhall to explore and old pubs to set free. Its old-fashioned charm along with a large student population makes it one of the most popular UK cities for Indian students.
Cost of living - Coventry is often considered as one of the most affordable cities for students in the UK. What works for Coventry is its affordable social life and accommodation. This makes Coventry a very popular study destination for international students. The average cost of living is approx. £850 -£1100/month