University of Liverpool

United Kingdom


The University of Liverpool was founded as a college in 1881 before gaining Royal Charter as a university in 1903, making it the Original Red Brick university. The world’s first public radio transmission was made by a professor at the university in 1894. It was a founding member of the Russell Group and the N8 Group for research and its management school has been triple crown accredited.

It is in the QS Top 200 Global Universities as well as the top 25 UK universities in the Complete University Guide and The Times/Sunday Times Guide. There are more than 22,000 students at the University of Liverpool including 7,700 international students from more than 160 countries. They can choose from more than 400 undergraduate and postgraduate courses.

What are the IELTS requirements for the University of Liverpool?

Generally, Coventry university requires an overall IELTS (Academic) is 6.0 with no band score under 5.5 for the undergraduate courses. For postgraduate, a band score of 6.0 and above is required, with no individual score lower than 5.5 depending on the program. This is applicable to international students from most countries. For more details refer to the Official website of the University of Liverpool

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Liverpool is known around the world for its sports and music, from Liverpool and Everton to The Beatles. Studying here means getting to explore this famous city’s past, present and future, enjoying a lively and vibrant cultural and sporting scene.

Liverpool is a historic port and remains a diverse and welcoming city for visitors. It was ranked as the friendliest city in England and the 4th friendliest worldwide by Rough Guides.

91% of research at the University of Liverpool is world-leading or internationally excellent and it has been associated with 9 Nobel Prize winners.


University of Liverpool students enjoy high employability rates, with 88% of all graduates in work or further study within six months. It’s ranked 18th in the UK for graduate employability and in the top 25 for graduates being targeted by global employers. The Career Studio, the UK's first peer-to-peer employability space, with career coaches and employability experts working together to help students.


The University of Liverpool acceptance rate is 14%.



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