The University’s academic structure is divided into five faculties:
Faculty of Arts, Professional and Social Studies
As an academically ambitious, research-driven faculty, it offers a diverse range of programmes to 7,000 students from Creative Writing to Law, and Accounting to Architecture.
In the most recent research assessment (REF2014), 37.3% of its academics’ research was rated as either world-leading or internationally excellent.
Faculty of Education, Health and Community
Students within the faculty receive a cutting-edge educational experience informed by its research, scholarship and real-world experience as all of its courses offer placement opportunities.
97% of the faculty's students are in employment or further study within six months of graduating.
Faculty of Science
With world-class facilities and a passionate and innovative teaching and research team, the Faculty of Science’s students are studying at the cutting-edge of their discipline. Strong links with the scientific community and industry in both the UK and overseas means that the faculty can offer fantastic placement opportunities so students can develop their skills and gain valuable experience in the real world.
Faculty of Engineering and Technology
The Faculty of Engineering and Technology offers courses and carries out research across a diverse field, in areas ranging from computing and engineering to maritime studies, built environment and product design to mathematics. The faculty’s undergraduates have excellent employment opportunities, and its PhD students have impressive completion rates. All students also benefit from its links with employers, course accreditation and commitment to supporting women in STEM.
Liverpool Business School
The Business School is innovative and nurtures talent, providing the knowledge, experience and contacts its students need to succeed in their specialist areas whether that is within accounting, marketing, human resource management, public relations, events and tourism management or business.