Study abroad at the University of Liverpool
Founded in 1881, The University of Liverpool is one of the oldest institutions in the UK. It is located in Liverpool in the north west of England, and is one of the original red brick universities. It has campus locations in Liverpool city center, Leahurst, London, China, and Singapore.
You can choose from more than 400 undergraduate, postgraduate taught and postgraduate research programs in a vast range of subjects and disciplines. The University is home to over 22,000 students on campus, with another 10,000 studying online from all over the world.
The University has invested £800 million in its teaching, research, residential, and sports facilities. There’s a 25 meter swimming pool, fitness center, squash courts, and 13 grass pitches you can enjoy, as well as a number of sports clubs and teams you can join.
Why study at Liverpool University?
- Fantastic location
Liverpool was recently ranked the best city for young graduates to live in (The Sunday Times, 2019)
- Renowned research
Liverpool is an internationally renowned Russell Group university
- Student-staff ratio
A student-staff ratio of 14:1 ensures students receive a personalized learning experience
Life as an international student
The University of Liverpool has a huge international student population of more than 7,700 on campus, so you won’t feel out of place. The city is world-famous for its vibrant culture, so you’ll never be short of things to do or see.
Most programs at Liverpool will involve lectures, smaller seminars, and laboratory work depending on the subject you’re studying. There are regular events including guest lectures by leading figures which can help expand your learning experience.
The Liverpool Guild of Students offers a range of opportunities to help you settle into University life, including regular events, 180 student-run societies you can join, and volunteering. They’re also available to lend any support you might need.
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Fees and funding
Liverpool is among the ten most cost effective student cities in the UK.
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.
- Postgraduate Pathways
£16,620 per program
- Online Programs
£18,000 - £21,000 per program
The tuition fee is fully inclusive of all costs: teaching materials, core textbooks, assessments and resits.
- Online Academic Practice
£5,100 per program
Vice chancellor's Attainment Award
AAB or equivalent - £2,000 fee reduction for first year of study. A*AA or equivalent - £2,500 fee reduction for first year of study.
No application necessary, automatically awarded to those who meet the criteria. Award confirmed to successful candidates by email.
Introductory Scholarship for Academic Practice (PGCAP)
Only available for the Postgraduate Certificate Academic Practice, reduces 15% of the tuition fee
Online Programs Discount
- You will receive a 5% discount if you choose to pay the full tuition fee upfront.
- Scholarships of up to 15% of your tuition fee may be available.
University of Liverpool
Liverpool L69 3BX, UK
The vibrant, exciting city of Liverpool, home of The Beatles and Liverpool and Everton Football Clubs, has a global reputation for sport, music, architecture and a wealth of culture for you to explore.
Visa requirements for the University of Liverpool
Many international students will require a visa to study in the UK, and this is a vital step of your study abroad journey. Make sure you understand the requirements you may need to meet before applying.UK student visa requirements