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University of Liverpool

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University of Liverpool

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University of Liverpool

United Kingdom
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University of Liverpool

United Kingdom
Overview

Overview

A member of the Russell Group, the University of Liverpool is ranked 36 in the Complete University Guide’s League Table for 2019. First in the Russell Group for graduate employability, a huge 94% of graduates are employed or in further study within six months of graduating. What's more, students from the University have the second highest salaries for a North-West university, five years after graduating.

The University is constantly expanding, and has invested £800 million into its campus.

Facilities include a fitness centre, a swimming pool, an on-site nightclub and two 24-hour libraries housing over 2 million books. More than enough to keep students busy, whether they are socialising or studying.

The Students' Union was voted the best in the country at the NUS Awards 2016, and is run by elected Student Officers who work at making improvements to the university experience for all. There are over 200 sports clubs and societies to join, ranging from the University’s Football Club to the Astronomy Society, and there is also the opportunity for students to start their own.

Liverpool is one of the cheapest cities in the UK, it was voted third in the Rough Guide’s top 10 world cities and it is the 2018 winner of WhatUni’s students choice award for best ‘City Life’. Home to The Beatles, the city has a lively arts and culture scene, shops galore and plenty of bars, clubs, music venues and restaurants to enjoy.

The University prides itself on its international community and welcomes over 8,000 students from over 130 nationalities to study there each year. Students are encouraged to take advantage of the many overseas study options on offer in countries such as China, Australia, Canada, USA and Europe.

A wide range of help and advice is offered by Student Services, from financial issues to workload. There is also a Counselling Service to help pupils with any personal or emotional problems, and an award-winning Careers Service that guides students throughout their search for a job.

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Overview

Overview

A founding member of the esteemed Russell Group, the University of Liverpool has plenty to shout about. Currently placed 28th in the Complete University Guide UK 2020 the university is consistently ranked within the top 200 universities worldwide (THE 2020, QS 2020, ARWU 2020).

The university is first in the Russell Group for graduate employability, with 94% of all Liverpool graduates in professional employment or further study within six months of graduation. Graduates also received the second highest salaries, in comparison to other universities in the Northwest region, five years after graduating (LEO 2017).

The university is always looking for ways to improve its campus, and is investing GBP 1 billion into its campus and academic facilities. There are plenty of on-campus amenities to make use of, ranging from a fitness centre to a nightclub, and libraries which are open 24/7 during term time.

The Student Union was voted the best in the country at the NUS Awards in 2016. There are more than 250 sports clubs and societies for students to enjoy where they can try new activities and make friends at the same time.

Liverpool is an inexpensive city to live in and it was the 2018 winner of WhatUni’s? students’ choice award for ‘best city life’ The birthplace of the Beatles, Liverpool has a vibrant cultural scene, countless shops and bars, clubs, music venues, festivals and dining options for all to enjoy outside of studying.

The university has a large international community with more than 8,000 students travelling from over 130 countries to study there every year. International students are also encouraged to take up the numerous overseas study opportunities available in countries including China, Australia, Canada, USA and Europe.

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Overview

Overview

A founding member of the esteemed Russell Group, the University of Liverpool has plenty to shout about. Currently placed 28th in the Complete University Guide UK 2020 the university is consistently ranked within the top 200 universities worldwide (THE 2020, QS 2020, ARWU 2020).

The university is first in the Russell Group for graduate employability, with 94% of all Liverpool graduates in professional employment or further study within six months of graduation. Graduates also received the second highest salaries, in comparison to other universities in the Northwest region, five years after graduating (LEO 2017).

The university is always looking for ways to improve its campus, and is investing GBP 1 billion into its campus and academic facilities. There are plenty of on-campus amenities to make use of, ranging from a fitness centre to a nightclub, and libraries which are open 24/7 during term time.

The Student Union was voted the best in the country at the NUS Awards in 2016. There are more than 250 sports clubs and societies for students to enjoy where they can try new activities and make friends at the same time.

Liverpool is an inexpensive city to live in and it was the 2018 winner of WhatUni's? students' choice award for ‘best city life' The birthplace of the Beatles, Liverpool has a vibrant cultural scene, countless shops and bars, clubs, music venues, festivals and dining options for all to enjoy outside of studying.

The university has a large international community with more than 8,000 students travelling from over 130 countries to study there every year. International students are also encouraged to take up the numerous overseas study opportunities available in countries including China, Australia, Canada, USA and Europe.

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Overview

Overview

Founded in 1881, the University of Liverpool is a world-leading institution. With over 22,000 students - including more than 7,700 international students from over 130 countries (plus a further 10,000+ online students), it offers a diverse and welcoming place to live and study.

More than 400 undergraduate and postgraduate programmes are available, spanning a huge variety of different subject areas. The university aims to produce graduates who are at the forefront of the global jobs market.

Belonging to the elite Russell Group, the University of Liverpool is a pioneer in several fields of research. It works with leading research institutes, universities and organisations across the world, including links with nine Nobel laureates. The Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University (XJTLU) in China is an example of where international students can develop skills and professional connections abroad.

The university has invested GBP 800 million in its campus, teaching and research facilities. 81 per cent of its research has been rated as world leading and internationally excellent by the Research Excellence Framework.

Student support is a priority, and the university offers hundreds of scholarships annually, as well as continuous professional development programmes. A dedicated support team is also available for international students.

Its award-winning Careers & Employability Service equips international students with effective job-searching skills. 94 per cent of its graduates are either employed or in further study within six months of graduation (DLHE 2016/17).

Liverpool itself is an iconic city. Home to The Beatles, two premier-league football clubs and a World Heritage skyline, more than 54 million visitors come to the city each year. It has been voted as the fourth friendliest city in the world by Rough Guide, and students can enjoy the many museums, galleries, theatres and listed buildings in the city - of which there are more of than any other British city (except London).

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What's new

What's new

The School of Electrical Engineering and Electronics and Computer Science at the university has introduced six new MSc programmes that includes a year of working in industry.

The six programmes are:

  • Energy and Power Systems MSc (Eng)
  • Big Data and High Performance Computing MSc
  • Advanced Computer Science MSc
  • Advanced Computer Science with Internet Economics MSc
  • Microelectronic Systems MSc (Eng)
  • Telecommunications and Wireless Systems MSc (Eng)

The two-year MSc programmes share the same modules with their corresponding one-year programme. However, the two-year MSc option includes a year-long industrial project and placement in year two (either in the UK or abroad).

This opportunity to gain practical work experience helps students to strengthen their career prospects as they will have evidence of:

  • Taking on projects in a professional work environment
  • Applying classroom theory into real-world practice
  • Developing key communication and interpersonal skills
  • Building sector-relevant networks and knowledge

As well as new courses in the School of Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Computer Science, the School of the Arts has unveiled a new undergraduate offering in Game Design Studies.

Available to study as a Minor (25%) or Major (50%) subject on selected pathways it combines teaching from the departments of Architecture, Communication and Media, English, Music, and Philosophy to consider games and their design from every angle possible.

The video game industry is rapidly growing, and this course will begin to develop a new generation of professionals in this extraordinary field.

Dr Paul Turowski, Subject Component Leader, said: “There is a growing need for many jobs that are not only in the games industry, but in surrounding industries as well.

“This programme develops a wide range of skills that prepare students for employment at various entry points in the job market, including content creation, publishing, journalism, and marketing”.

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What's new

What's new

The University is launching a number of exciting new undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. The MSc Data Science and Artificial Intelligence (Conversion Masters) has been designed for students who have a first degree in a subject other than Computer Science (or a subject closely related to Computer Science), who wish to develop their knowledge and skills to start a career in the Data Science and Artificial Intelligence Industry. The course has been developed in close collaboration with a number of commercial partners including IBM to meet the skills gap in this growing employment area, and provides an introduction to the knowledge and skills required for a stimulating career within Data Science and Artificial Intelligence. There is the choice of a one or two year option, year two is a Year in Industry paid placement.

The School of the Arts is also launching an exciting new undergraduate programme available from September 2021: BA Game Design combines coding, creativity, and critical theory to deliver a distinctive new provision in interactive audiovisual media. This interdisciplinary programme is one of the first of its kind in the Russell Group, combining modules from Computer Science and the School of the Arts to enable you to develop skills in coding and programming alongside an understanding of creative design principles. UCAS code: I610

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What's new

What's new

The University of Liverpool is excited to launch two new master's degree courses in September 2021.

MA Sustainable Heritage Management

The Liverpool School of Architecture is introducing an inter-disciplinary course in sustainable heritage management theory and practice. The new programme is fully recognised by the Institute of Historic Building Conservation (IHBC), and follows the academic guidelines of the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS).

With over 2500 listed buildings and an urban landscape encompassing a range of architectural styles representing 300 years of built history, the city of Liverpool is itself a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and a fantastic place to study this new course.

The university has partnered with various specialist heritage organisations and researchers, and students will have the opportunity to participate in practical placements in the UK and abroad, designed to broaden their scope of study, and enhance the employability of its graduates, as well as strengthening the research output of the university.

MA The Beatles: Music Industry and Heritage

The new master's programme examines the cultural legacy and historical significance of The Beatles, exploring how their music and story are entwined within creative and cultural industries spanning local, regional and international media, tourism, and heritage sectors.

This dynamic and exciting new MA will be launched in parallel with the opening of the Yoko Ono Lennon Centre, a new GBP 22 million teaching and performance facility at the university, which will serve as a world-class learning environment, housing a 600-seat lecture theatre and a 400-seat auditorium.

Students will discover the course through collaboration with the Liverpool Beatles tourism sector, and will benefit from a programme of guest lectures and workshops, as well as visits to venues and sites across Liverpool and Merseyside which were significant in the Beatles' formation, and early years.

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What's new

What's new

New courses

Two brand-new master's degrees courses will be starting in September 2021.

The MA Sustainable Heritage Management course is an inter-disciplinary programme from the Liverpool School of Architecture. Fully recognised by the Institute of Historic Building Conservation, it follows the academic guidelines of the International Council on Monuments and Sites.

The second course is the MA The Beatles: Music Industry and Heritage course. This exciting course will be launched in parallel with the new Yoko Ono Lennon centre. It will explore how the Beatles, their music and story are linked to an increasing number of creative and cultural industries.

The School of the Arts is also launching a new undergraduate programme. One of the first of its kind in the Russell Group, the BA in game design will be an interdisciplinary course which combines modules from Computer Science and the School of the Arts. Students will develop skills in coding and programming, as well as gaining an understanding in creative design principles.

Rankings

The University of Liverpool was recently ranked in the top 20 per cent for working with business, research partnerships and public and community engagement (Knowledge Exchange Framework)(KEF). These results make University of Liverpool one of the top-rated institutions in England.

The KEF is led by Research England and provides information about the achievements of English universities in serving the economy and society for the benefit of the public, business and communities.

Yoko Ono Lennon Centre

The university is currently fundraising GBP 3 million in philanthropic donations to support the new Yoko Ono Lennon Centre, due to open in Spring 2022.

The new centre will include a 400-seat Tung Auditorium, which includes space for a 70-piece orchestra, and a 600-seat lecture theatre.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

Associated with nine Nobel Laureates, the University is recognised for its high-quality teaching and research. Awarded a TEF silver for teaching in 2018, the University also has first class facilities and offers outstanding support - all of which have helped place it in the top 200 universities worldwide.

The University engages in ground-breaking research, that addresses some of the world’s toughest challenges and its teaching is delivered by leading experts and inspirational figures at the forefront of innovation and discovery.

Students will benefit from its research collaborations that extend worldwide, and will be challenged to think beyond the textbook, the lecture theatre or the lab and apply their learning to the world around them. They will graduate with a degree from a world renowned University with a range of multidisciplinary skills to help them stand out from the crowd.

The University of Liverpool Management School meets the AACSB standard of excellence which places it within the top 5% of business schools worldwide. Its MBA programme is one of only 15 UK based schools to feature in The Economist’s ‘Which MBA’ top 100 global ranking. The school’s industry and government links create exciting learning, research and work experience opportunities for students. It also makes full use of case studies in its teaching.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

Closely tied to nine Nobel Laureates, the University of Liverpool is well-known for its prestigious research and education. It has top-class facilities and provides excellent support, both contributing factors in helping the university place within the top 200 universities in the world.

The university engages in pioneering research that tackles some of the world’s biggest issues. Its teaching is delivered by inspiring experts in their fields who are at the forefront of innovation and discovery.

Students can take advantage of the university’s worldwide research partnerships. They will be empowered to think beyond their textbooks, lecture halls and classrooms, and apply what they’ve learned to benefit the world they live in. Students will graduate from the university with a degree from an esteemed institution and a range of academic, professional and social skills – giving them an edge in the graduate job market.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

Closely tied to nine Nobel Laureates, the University of Liverpool is well-known for its prestigious research and education. It has top-class facilities and provides excellent support, both contributing factors in helping the university place within the top 200 universities in the world.

The university engages in pioneering research that tackles some of the world's biggest issues. Its teaching is delivered by inspiring experts in their fields who are at the forefront of innovation and discovery.

Students can take advantage of the university's worldwide research partnerships. They will be empowered to think beyond their textbooks, lecture halls and classrooms, and apply what they've learned to benefit the world they live in. Students will graduate from the university with a degree from an esteemed institution and a range of academic, professional and social skills – giving them an edge in the graduate job market.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

Well known for its research and education, students at the University of Liverpool have access to top-class facilities and excellent support.

The institution is placed within the top 200 universities worldwide by multiple prestigious ranking organizations. This includes Times Higher Education, QS World University Rankings and the Academic Ranking of World Universities.

Its courses are delivered by experts in their field, many of which are still at the forefront of industry innovation and discovery. This means that students not only come away with a degree, but a range of skills which ensure they stand out from the crowd.

As a Russell Group institution, research is central to teaching at the University of Liverpool. It is globally recognised for its research in a number of areas including health, infectious diseases, advanced materials and ageing.

The University of Liverpool boasts a future-proof curriculum. It has developed this in partnership with students, employers and academic staff to develop academic knowledge, skills and understanding of each subject. Students are taught through research-connected education, active learning and authentic assessments.

As well as their main subject programme, students can also enrol on extra courses, including the continuing education programme and learning a language. Many of the degrees at the university allow students to study a modern language as 25 per cent their studies, alongside a major subject.

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Department structure

Department structure

Study options at the University are offered across…

Faculty of Health and Life Sciences

The Faculty of Health and Life Sciences is ranked in the top 100 World Universities for clinical, pre-clinical and health subjects. It is the only organisation of its kind to offer scientific and clinical education that spans the full range of biosciences, clinical medicine, health sciences, dentistry, veterinary science and global health.

It consists of:

  • Institute of Clinical Sciences
  • Institute of Life and Human Sciences
  • Institute of Veterinary Sciences

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

This Faculty represents one of the UK's largest concentrations of research expertise, with outputs that place it in the top 200 universities worldwide.

It consists of:

  • School of the Arts
  • School of Histories, Languages and Cultures
  • School of Law and Social Justice
  • University of Liverpool Management School (ULMS)

Faculty of Science and Engineering

The Faculty of Science and Engineering connects research strengths, technologies and experts from a broad mix of disciplines.

The faculty consists of:

  • School of Engineering
  • School of Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Computer Science
  • School of Environmental Sciences
  • School of Physical Sciences

It has award-winning teaching and learning facilities such as industry standard engineering laboratories and its Central Teaching Laboratories, Europe's most advanced scientific teaching centre offers a unique environment for the study of Physical and Environmental Sciences.

The University also co-invested GBP65 million with Unilever and the Government to build the unique Materials Innovation Factory on campus to create revolutionary new materials for industry.

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Department structure

Department structure

There are numerous study options at the University of Liverpool provided by three key faculties.

The Faculty of Health and Life Sciences has five schools and eight institutes, three that lead on teaching and learning and five that house research activities:

  • School of Medicine
  • School of Dentistry
  • School of Health Sciences
  • School of Life Sciences
  • School of Psychology
  • Institute of Clinical Sciences
  • Institute of Life and Human Sciences
  • Institute of Veterinary Science
  • Institute of Ageing and Chronic Disease
  • Institute of Infection and Global Health
  • Institute of Integrative Biology
  • Institute of Psychology, Health and Society
  • Institute of Translational Medicine

The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences is home to:

  • School of the Arts
  • School of Histories, Languages and Cultures
  • School of Law and Social Justice
  • University of Liverpool Management School (ULMS)

The Faculty of Science and Engineering comprises of:

  • School of Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Computer Sciences
  • School of Engineering
  • School of Environmental Sciences
  • School of Physical Sciences.

The university has also invested GBP 65 million alongside the government and Unilever to build a Materials Innovation Factory on campus to undertake innovative research and create revolutionary new materials for industry.

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Department structure

Department structure

There are numerous study options at the University of Liverpool provided by three key faculties.

The Faculty of Health and Life Sciences has five schools and eight institutes, three that lead on teaching and learning and five that house research activities:

  • School of Medicine
  • School of Dentistry
  • School of Health Sciences
  • School of Life Sciences
  • School of Psychology
  • Institute of Clinical Sciences
  • Institute of Life and Human Sciences
  • Institute of Veterinary Science
  • Institute of Ageing and Chronic Disease
  • Institute of Infection and Global Health
  • Institute of Integrative Biology
  • Institute of Psychology, Health and Society
  • Institute of Translational Medicine

The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences is home to:

  • School of the Arts
  • School of Histories, Languages and Cultures
  • School of Law and Social Justice
  • University of Liverpool Management School (ULMS)

The Faculty of Science and Engineering comprises of:

  • School of Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Computer Sciences
  • School of Engineering
  • School of Environmental Sciences
  • School of Physical Sciences.

The university has also invested GBP 65 million alongside the government and Unilever to build a Materials Innovation Factory on campus to undertake innovative research and create revolutionary new materials for industry.

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Department structure

Department structure

The University of Liverpool is split into a variety of different study options, which are split into three key faculties - the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences and the Faculty of Science and Engineering.

Within those faculties are several different schools, which are:

Faculty of Health and Life Sciences

  • Institute of Infection, Veterinary and Ecological Sciences
  • Institute of Life Course and Medical Sciences
  • Institution of Population Health
  • Institute of Systems, Molecular and Integrative Biology

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

  • School of the Arts
  • School of Histories, Languages and Cultures
  • School of Law and Social Justice
  • University of Liverpool Management School

Faculty of Science and Engineering

  • School of Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Computer Science
  • School of Engineering
  • School of Environmental Sciences
  • School of Physical Sciences

Students studying with the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences can create a tailored degree by studying two subjects jointly (50/50) or as a major and minor (75/25). The university is one of only a handful of UK universities to provide this type of combined study, giving students 300 different possible subject combinations from 30 subjects.

A Materials Innovation Factory is also found on campus, where innovative research takes place to create revolutionary new materials for selective industries.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

Pathway Programmes

The University recognises a wide range of international qualifications. View country specific entry requirements to see what qualifications are accepted as alternatives to A levels.

For taught master's courses, students will normally require the equivalent of a bachelors (Honours) degree from the UK. For an MPhil/PhD programme, students will need a master's qualification or the equivalent of a bachelors (Honours) degree with high grades and some research experience.

Students from countries with a different education system to the UK may require further preparation before starting a degree programme in the UK.

In conjunction with its partner organisation, Kaplan International Colleges, the University offers a number of entry route pathway options for students.

Undergraduate Pathways

Foundation Certificate in Business, Law and Social Sciences

Foundation Certificate in Science and Engineering

Postgraduate Pathways

Pre-Master's Programme in Business, Law and Social Sciences

Pre-Master's Programme in Science and Engineering.

Upon successful completion of a foundation certificate or pre-master’s programme at the required level, students planning to progress are guaranteed a place on their chosen undergraduate or postgraduate taught programme, at the University of Liverpool.

English Language Requirements

All students applying to the University of Liverpool must demonstrate that they are competent in the use of the English language and satisfy the University’s requirements, a minimum of CEFR B2 level in each component (speaking, writing, listening and reading). This is the minimum level acceptable for degree level study.

If English language skills do not meet the levels required, the University's English Language Centre provides a range of Pre-sessional English for Academic Purposes (EAP) courses from 40 weeks to 6 weeks to help students reach the levels stated as a condition of their offer.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

Students from countries with a different education system to the UK may require further preparation before starting a UK degree. Kaplan's University of Liverpool International College (UoLIC) provides a selection of pathway programmes for students in a new state-of-the-art 'live learn' facility on campus. Upon successful completion of the relevant pathway programme, students will gain guaranteed admission to their chosen course at the University.

Pathway programmes for undergraduates:

  • Foundation Certificate in Business, Law and Social Sciences
  • Foundation Certificate in Science and Engineering

Pathway Programmes for postgraduates:

  • Pre-Master’s Programme in Business, Law and Social Sciences
  • Pre- Masters Programme in Science and Engineering

For undergraduate admissions, the university accepts a number of international qualifications. Students should refer to the country specific requirements on the university website, for further information.

For taught master's courses, international students are usually required to have the equivalent of a UK bachelor’s degree. For MPhil/PhD courses, international students will require a master's qualification, or the equivalent of a high-grade bachelor’s degree, as well as some research experience.

Students will also have to meet the English language requirements. A minimum of CEFR B2 level in speaking, writing, listening and reading is required for undergraduate study.

If students do not meet the English language requirements, the university’s English Language Centre runs Pre-sessional English for Academic Purposes (EAP) courses to help students improve their English language skills in order to gain a place on their chosen university course.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

Students from countries with a different education system to the UK may require further preparation before starting a UK degree. Kaplan's University of Liverpool International College (UoLIC) provides a selection of pathway programmes for students in a new state-of-the-art 'live learn' facility on campus. Upon successful completion of the relevant pathway programme, students will gain guaranteed admission to their chosen course at the University.

Pathway programmes for undergraduates:

  • Foundation Certificate in Business, Law and Social Sciences
  • Foundation Certificate in Science and Engineering

Pathway Programmes for postgraduates:

  • Pre-Master's Programme in Business, Law and Social Sciences
  • Pre- Masters Programme in Science and Engineering

For undergraduate admissions, the university accepts a number of international qualifications. Students should refer to the country specific requirements on the university website, for further information.

For taught master's courses, international students are usually required to have the equivalent of a UK bachelor's degree. For MPhil/PhD courses, international students will require a master's qualification, or the equivalent of a high-grade bachelor's degree, as well as some research experience.

Students will also have to meet the English language requirements. A minimum of CEFR B2 level in speaking, writing, listening and reading is required for undergraduate study.

If students do not meet the English language requirements, the university's English Language Centre runs Pre-sessional English for Academic Purposes (EAP) courses to help students improve their English language skills in order to gain a place on their chosen university course.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

Several international qualifications are accepted for undergraduate admissions. Applicants should check the country specific requirements page on the university's website for the most relevant information.

International applicants need to demonstrate English-language proficiency. A minimum of CEFR B2 in each component (speaking, writing, listening and reading) is required and is also necessary in order to secure a study visa for entry into the UK.

For students who do not meet these minimum requirements, there is an English Language Centre which runs pre-sessional English for Academic Purposes (EAP) courses to improve skills to gain a university place. This can be studied wholly online, or via blended learning.

International applicants who have different education systems from the UK may require additional preparation before commencing a degree at the University of Liverpool. Applicants can study with Kaplan's University of Liverpool International College (UoLIC) via several pathways programmes.

Taught in a new state-of-the-art facility on campus, once completed, students have guaranteed admission to their chosen degree course.

Undergraduate options are:

Foundation Certificate in Business, Law and Social Sciences

Foundation Certificate in Science and Engineering

Postgraduate options are:

Pre-Masters Programme in Business, Law and Social Sciences

Pre-Masters Programme in Science and engineering

Applicants for a taught master's degree will also usually be required to hold the equivalent of a UK's bachelor degree. Similarly, for MPhil and PhD courses, international applicants need to hold a master's qualification, the equivalent of a high-grade bachelor's degree, alongside some research experience.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

The University of Liverpool offers a generous range of scholarships and awards for international students that includes competitive attainment awards and country and subject specific awards.

Some of them are…

  • The Vice-Chancellor’s International Attainment Scholarship UG awards new, direct entry international students, on non-clinical degrees, achieving AAB in UK A level exams (or equivalents), a GBP2,000 fee reduction, and students who achieve A*AA at A level (or equivalents), a GBP2,500 fee reduction for their first year of study at undergraduate level. Postgraduate students achieving a First Class degree (or equivalents) will receive a GBP2,500 fee reduction on a one year master’s programme.
  • Postgraduate students from Commonwealth countries are eligible for the Commonwealth Bursary which provides a GBP2,000 fee reduction
  • University of Liverpool first-class scholarship awards International students on non-clinical programmes, who achieve and maintain a first-class average of 70%, a GBP1000 tuition fee reduction for each subsequent year of study.

More scholarship details…

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Facilities

Facilities

All students of the University of Liverpool are automatically members of the Guild of Students. The Guild has something to suit everyone including advice, volunteering opportunities and over 200 societies and clubs to join.

Sport Liverpool is well-known for its excellent sporting provision. There are options for everyone to enjoy. There are organised leagues in hockey, badminton, football, table tennis, basketball, netball and much more.

The Sport and Fitness Centre includes:

  • 25 metre swimming pool and shallow pool
  • Two sports halls
  • Four squash courts
  • Dance and spinning studios
  • Bouldering wall
  • Sports Café
  • Comprehensive gym and fitness suite
  • Weight training facilities
  • Organised group exercise classes including spin, pilates, HIIT, body pump, body balance and grit.

Learning Resources

Both the Sydney Jones and Harold Cohen libraries are open 24 hours a day ,7 days a week during term time, and include:

  • Two million books
  • 65,000 electronic journals and online access to most major databases
  • 680,000 contemporary electronic books including academic e-books, reports and conference proceedings.

Accommodation

There are a wide range of accommodation options at the university. Housing is split over two separate sites – the recently refurbished Student Village at Greenbank – which is in a leafy suburb off-campus, or students can opt for modern, state of the art on-campus accommodation.

There is also Virtual Interactive Teaching at Liverpool (VITAL), which supports teaching and learning activities online.

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Facilities

Facilities

All students of the University of Liverpool are automatically members of the Guild of Students. The Guild has something to suit everyone including advice, volunteering opportunities and over 200 societies and clubs to join.

Sport Liverpool is well-known for its excellent sporting provision. There are options for everyone to enjoy. There are organised leagues in hockey, badminton, football, table tennis, basketball, netball and much more.

The Sport and Fitness Centre includes:

  • 25 metre swimming pool and shallow pool
  • Two sports halls
  • Four squash courts
  • Dance and spinning studios
  • Bouldering wall
  • Sports Cafe
  • Comprehensive gym and fitness suite
  • Weight training facilities
  • Organised group exercise classes including spin, pilates, HIIT, body pump, body balance and grit.

Learning Resources

Both the Sydney Jones and Harold Cohen libraries are open 24 hours a day ,7 days a week during term time, and include:

  • Two million books
  • 65,000 electronic journals and online access to most major databases
  • 680,000 contemporary electronic books including academic e-books, reports and conference proceedings.

Accommodation

There are a wide range of accommodation options at the university. Housing is split over two separate sites – the recently refurbished Student Village at Greenbank – which is in a leafy suburb off-campus, or students can opt for modern, state of the art on-campus accommodation.

There is also Virtual Interactive Teaching at Liverpool (VITAL), which supports teaching and learning activities online.

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Facilities

Facilities

The university's libraries are open 24/7 throughout the academic year, with access to over two million books, 880,000 e-books and 110,000 electronic journals. The library also provides zoned workspaces for silent, quiet and group study, as well as a cafe and social areas.

Students with an interest in fitness can enjoy some excellent facilities too. There is a Sports and Fitness Centre, the Wyncote Sports Ground and the Greenback Student Village. In these locations students have access to swimming pools, sports halls, squash courts, dance studios, gyms, tennis courts, football pitches, 3G pitches and more.

Studies are supported by the best in teaching and researching equipment, including subject-specific facilities. For example, the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences includes learning suites have simulation and interactive technology including 160 clinical dental chairs, a dental hospital and GBP 7 million research facility.

Student accommodation is available both on and off campus, with over 4,400 student rooms across the student village and city campus residences. The majority of the accommodation is self-catered and includes well-equipped kitchens.

All University of Liverpool students automatically become members of the Guild of Students upon enrolment. The Guild provides advice, volunteering opportunities and runs over 200 societies and clubs.

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Facilities

Facilities

As soon as students join the University of Liverpool, they automatically become a member of the Guild of Students – voted the UK’s best Students Union at the NUS awards 2016. The Guild offers something for everyone - from activities to advice and campaigning to volunteering, and there are over 200 student societies to join.

Sport Liverpool

The University has a dedicated team of professional staff to help students make the best of the excellent sport facilities and activities, meet new people and have fun. Students can try lots of different recreational sports. There are internal leagues in football, rugby, netball and hockey and organised basketball, badminton, futsal, table tennis and more.

The University’s Sport and Fitness Centre gives students access to some of the best facilities and services university life can offer.

  • 25 metre swimming pool and shallow pool
  • Two sports halls
  • Four squash courts
  • Dance and spinning studios
  • Bouldering wall
  • Sports café
  • Comprehensive fitness suite
  • Weight training facilities
  • Organised group exercise classes including spinning, pilates, body pump, body balance and grit classes

Accommodation

There is a great variety of accommodation at the University to suit all students' needs.

Students can choose from a number of different University residences split across two separate sites its Student Village at Greenbank which is located off campus, in a leafy residential area Mossley Hill, offers a choice of modern state-of-the-art on-campus accommodation.

Learning Resources

Both the Sydney Jones and Harold Cohen libraries are open 24/7 throughout the academic year and they will provide students with access to:

  • Two million books
  • 65,000 electronic journals and online access to most major databases
  • 680,000 contemporary electronic books including academic e-books, reports and conference proceedings
  • And much more.

Online Learning Environment

Virtual Interactive Teaching at Liverpool (VITAL) supports learning and teaching activities online.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

The University of Liverpool offers a number of scholarships and awards for international students including merit-based awards, country-specific and subject-specific scholarships. These include:

Vice-Chancellor’s International Attainment Scholarship

New international students who achieve AAB and above in A levels (or equivalent), receive a GBP 2,000 tuition fee discount during the first year at undergraduate level.

Students who achieve A*AA in A levels (or equivalent), will be awarded a GBP 2,500 tuition fee discount. Master’s students who have achieved a First-Class degree or equivalent will be awarded a GBP 2,500 tuition fee discount. This scholarship only applies to students studying for non-clinical degrees.

Commonwealth Postgraduate Bursary

International postgraduate students who originate from a Commonwealth country will be awarded a GBP 2,000 tuition fee discount. This scholarship is not subject-dependent.

First Class Scholarship

International students on non-clinical programmes who achieve and maintain a first-class average of 70% receive a GBP 1000 fee reduction for each subsequent year of study if a first-class average is maintained.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

The University of Liverpool offers a number of scholarships and awards for international students including merit-based awards, country-specific and subject-specific scholarships. These include:

Vice-Chancellor's International Attainment Scholarship

New international students who achieve AAB and above in A levels (or equivalent), receive a GBP 2,000 tuition fee discount during the first year at undergraduate level.

Students who achieve A*AA in A levels (or equivalent), will be awarded a GBP 2,500 tuition fee discount. Master's students who have achieved a First-Class degree or equivalent will be awarded a GBP 2,500 tuition fee discount. This scholarship only applies to students studying for non-clinical degrees.

Commonwealth Postgraduate Bursary

International postgraduate students who originate from a Commonwealth country will be awarded a GBP 2,000 tuition fee discount. This scholarship is not subject-dependent.

First Class Scholarship

International students on non-clinical programmes who achieve and maintain a first-class average of 70% receive a GBP 1000 fee reduction for each subsequent year of study if a first-class average is maintained.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

The University of Liverpool offers a wide range of bursaries and scholarships, several of which are available to international students. These come in a variety of forms, including merit-based, country-specific and subject-specific.

Some examples include:

Vice Chancellor's International Attainment Scholarship (Undergraduate)

Available for new international students on non-clinical programs achieving the equivalent of AAB / A*AA in UK A level exams or equivalent. It awards between GBP 2,000 - 2,500 fee reduction for the first year of study. No application is necessary, as it is automatically awarded to students who meet the criteria.

University of Liverpool First Class Scholarship

Awarded to eligible international students on non-clinical programmes who achieve and maintain a first-class average (70 per cent). Recipients are given a GBP 1,000 tuition fee reduction for each subsequent year of study if the average is maintained. No application necessary.

Sport Liverpool Scholarships

Available for talented athletes competing at national or regional levels. Awards up to GBP 2,000 to support performance.

University of Liverpool International College (UoLIC) Excellence Scholarship

For the highest achieving UoLIC Foundation Certificate programme students who enrol onto a non-clinical degree. It awards a GBP 5,000 tuition fee reduction for the first year of study, and no application is necessary.

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