Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine

Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine

United Kingdom
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About the University

Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine is a world-leading institution and charity established in 1898 as the first in the world dedicated to research and teaching in tropical medicine.

Supported by funding from organisations such as the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the Department for International Development, it offers a range of postgraduate and research education programmes. 

Campus Life

Postgraduate accommodation is available in the private sector in Liverpool and is competitively priced. 

The new Centre for Tropical and Infectious Diseases is world-leading and state-of-the art. It allows research into new drug development, vaccines and pesticides, putting the institution and its work at the forefront of infectious diseases research. 


Student life

The city of Liverpool is a welcoming and bustling metropolis located in the North of England. 

Home to a rich culture, it is famous for its association with pop group The Beatles, as well as its historic docks, thriving community of small restaurants and bars, as well as an impressive number of world-leading galleries and museums.

Liverpool is also one of the most affordable and safest cities in the UK, a multi-racial and mult

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Kevin De Cock (physician), Janet Hemingway (physician), Francis Edward Camps (pathologist), Fred Wabwire-Mangen (physician), Warrington Yorke (parasitologist)


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