The University of Liverpool has a strong history at the heart of the UK's educational revolution in the nineteenth-century. Founded as a college in 1881, it is known as one of the six original 'redbrick' universities. As a founding member of the Russell Group and the N8 Research Collaboration Group, Liverpool's reputation is significant. Liverpool is a truly global university offering a distinctive international experience.
Most courses at University of Liverpool have the following minimum language requirements. We advise you always check the exact entry requirements before apply to any course, don't forget we are always on hand to help.
The nearest airport is Liverpool John Lennon Airport.
Liverpool is a diverse and dynamic city with plenty to offer students in it's independent cafes, shops and internationally recognised museums and galleries. Home to one of three TATE galleries in the UK, it is a popular destination and students are surrounded by a rich culture. The University of Liverpool compliments this with a dynamic co-curricular programme, including sports, societies and clubs that engage all students, forming a friendly
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