University of Liverpool

University of Liverpool

The University of Liverpool is one of the UK’s leading research institutions, a public university and a member of the Russell Group of research-led universities.
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.
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 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.
University of Liverpool 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.

LOCATION University of Liverpool,

Foundation Building,

Brownlow Hill,Liverpool


74% UG students

26% PG students

POPULAR COURSES Health and Life Sciences,

Humanities and Social Sciences

Science and Engineering



University of Liverpool Ranking

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.

  • 31st in the Times University Guide 2019
  • 57th in the Guardian University Guide 2019
  • 164th in the QS World University Rankings 2019

Accommodation at the University of Liverpool

Living in University accommodation is a good idea if you are coming to study here as an international student.
Our residences are friendly places to live, offer excellent accommodation and will make it easier for you to settle in to studying in the UK.
University room rents cover your private study bedroom, utility bills, insurance for your belongings, broadband and use of communal areas.

  • The university guarantees a place in university accommodation if an international undergraduate student accepts a conditional or unconditional offer as their firm choice and applies by the accommodation deadline.
  • The university is usually able to offer accommodation to the majority of students who have an Insurance Offer or who come through Clearing.
  • Accommodation for international students is across a number of different sites including city centre on-campus accommodation and two student villages located around three miles from the campus. Most accommodation is reserved for first-year undergraduates living away from home for the first time.
  • Both catered and self-catering accommodation is available and all rooms have high-speed Internet.
  • Various contracts are available ranging from 39–51 weeks. The university can accommodate students who wish to stay over the holiday period; where possible, they can remain in their current room. All accommodation over this period is self-catered.

Location of the University of Liverpool

Liverpool is a vibrant, growing city according to Rough Guides, the travel guides series, Liverpool is the fourth friendliest city in the world.
Liverpool is a major port city in the north west of England, famously associated with its passionately supported football clubs and the Beatles. Liverpool is well known for its inventions and innovations, particularly in terms of infrastructure, transport, general construction, and in the fields of public health and social reform.

Famous Alumni from the University of Liverpool

  • The broadcast journalist Jon Snow
  • Sanjay Jha (CEO of Motorola)
  • Sir Dawda Jawara (First President Prime Minister of The Gambia)
  • Amha Selassie (Last Emperor of Ethiopia)
  • Former Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy, and nine Nobel Laureates have passed through its doors.