Liverpool John Moores University

United Kingdom

About the University

Liverpool John Moores University is located in the northern dock city of Liverpool, England.

The university was first established in 1823 as the Liverpool Mechanics' School of Art. Today, it is the 35th largest university in the UK.

It is highly ranked for teaching and research in Sports and Exercise Sciences. The university also ranks 70th in the Guardian's University Guide 2021.



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Campus Life

Students benefit from affordable living in Liverpool, as well as the safety of the city. Accommodation offered by the university is broad and within easy reach of campus. It also has 24 hour on-site staff, bills included in all payments and friendly and welcoming environments. Accommodation is also modern and options include en-suite and shared facility rooms.

The university has a range of state-of-the-art facilities including The Liverpool John Moores University Maritime Centre, specially designed studio spaces in the Liverpool School of Art and Design, a Astrophysics Research Institute and the Liverpool Screen School.

The School of Law is located in the £37.6 million Redmonds building, and all departments have lecture theatres, study spaces, seminar rooms and IT suites. Students also have access to impressive sports facilities out of class, and a campus library.

Student life

The Students' Union represents all students enrolled at the university. They also run a huge range of academic, social, charitable, political and cultural societies for students. The university has a active range of sports clubs too, which compete nationally and regionally. 

Liverpool is a thriving city, with a plethora of independent shops, cafes and bars as well as a bustling nightlife. It's rich heritage means that there's plenty to see and do, including the Tate Liverpool, Liverpool Football Club, the Royal Liver Building and all things The Beatles.


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24030 Students
24030 Students

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