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.