I have been a student at Coventry University for four years now (one year placement abroad) and originally I am from Cambridge. The city of Coventry is relatively small, with everything situated within the centre. I have had the best few years of my life here and made some brilliant friends! The city is good, things are a LOT cheaper than in Cambridge (£1 Jagers every Friday) so for students that is great! In terms of clubs, there is three main ones, but one of them is mainly for the sports societies on Wednesdays, so really there's only 2. This is good initially but novelty wears off so could do with more clubs! However they are fun and cheap so can't complain. I love the bars and pubs there are so many to choose from with a lot of different vibes so that's nice! The shops are alright, they close quite early at 5pm weekdays which is a bit annoying but easily adaptable. There is limited supermarkets within walking distance of most residential areas near the town centre so that could do with improvement. Restaurants are great this year they've introduced a few more such as Zizzi and Bistro Pierre and The Botanist! So yeah restaurants is a five star from me! All in all, Coventry is a great place to go for a student who likes easy access to a city centre as everything is in walking distance, relatively good night life, very very cheap, a good amount of leisure activities to choose from and fab place to meet friends!