Coventry

Coventry at night

Coventry is one of England’s great cities which welcomes people from all over the world. With an inspiring, world-famous history and a bright future ahead.

Set in the very heart of England, Coventry has a population of over 320,000 and is surrounded by the beautiful Warwickshire countryside and its historic towns. Its fantastic road and rail links mean the city is in easy reach to the whole of the country.

Coventry is known as the Phoenix City that survived the horrific bombing attacks of the Second World War. A lasting symbol of that is the Cathedral Ruins, which stand alongside the city’s beautiful new cathedral as a powerful image of peace and reconciliation – a message that Coventry continues to spread around the world.

Over the years the city has led the way in pioneering industry, from watchmaking to bikes, cars and aero engines, and now more and more firms are looking to invest in Coventry. Recent successes have seen internationally renowned firms Jaguar Land Rover and London Taxi Company committing to develop major new sites in the city. Alongside, a number of multi-million pound investments that are dramatically changing the face of the city.

Coventry is home to two internationally renowned universities; Coventry University and University of Warwick. Catering for over 50,000 students from home and abroad that brings a vibrant student life.

With great connections to the rest of the country, packed with experiences from sport to Shakespeare and castles to cars – making it a great place to live, study, invest and visit.