Learning at Coventry University
The Coventry Way
Coventry University believes that a good student experience is central to learning at a world-class standard.
To reflect our success we were recently awarded the title of University of the Year by Times Higher Education and the Queen’s Award for Enterprise.
We aim to produce learning that is both innovative and cutting edge, with a supportive environment to ensure student success.
For that reason, we have created these courses that offer students a chance to learn in a flexible manner. Through online delivery, we offer an engaging and dynamic experience.
We have teamed up with FutureLearn to offer students world-class courses with all the rigour and support offered in our face-to-face courses but with the ability to study in a manner best suited to your needs.
Mapping your learning
Some of you might be taking this course as part of a degree on FutureLearn, while others will be taking it as a standalone learning journey. Whatever your situation, we hope you find the course valuable.
For those enrolled on the degree – or those interested in further study – this short course is the first course of the program in Work and Wellbeing, which forms part of the MSc Business and Organisational Psychology degree at Coventry University. This program is made up of 13 weeks: five two-week short courses, taught on FutureLearn, followed by an additional period to submit your assessment (details of which can be found on the assessment tab of the program page).
In addition to the courses in FutureLearn, the program page gives you access to live tutorials, student support sessions and further study resources and services, once you’re enrolled as a student at Coventry University. These extra services are limited to those learners enrolled on the degree.
Over the next two weeks you will be working closely with your colleagues on the course, so take this chance to introduce yourself to both your educators and your colleagues.
Introduce yourself to the rest of your group in the comments area and ‘like’ or reply to posts you find useful or interesting.
Post your thoughts in the comments and ‘like’ or reply to posts you find useful or interesting.
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