The University of Liverpool, Liverpool, United Kingdom

Liverpool, United Kingdom

  • 1903

  • 7700

    International Students
  • 27

    No. of Programs
  • 181

    QS World University Rankings
  • NO

  • Yes

    Hostel Accomodation


History, Affiliations & Ranking

The University of Liverpool is one of the most famous and prestigious universities in Liverpool, England. It is a public university which was initially founded as a college in the year 1881. The University of Liverpool gained its royal charter in 1903 and was able to start awarding degrees after that. It is also known to be one of the six original 'red brick' civic universities. The university consists of three faculties which are organised into 35 departments and schools. The University of Liverpool has many academic affiliations like those with the Russell Group, EUA, AACSB, N8 Group, NWUA, EASN, CDIO, and Universities UK. In fact, it is a founding member of the Russell Group and the N8 Group for research collaboration.

Infrastructure, Campus & Courses

The University of Liverpool is located on a single urban campus which occupies an area of 100 acres. There are 192 non-residential buildings on the university campus which house 114 teaching areas, 69 lecture theatres, and research facilities. The main campus of the University of Liverpool is divided into three faculties. These faculties are Humanities and Social Sciences, Health and Life Sciences, and Science and Engineering. Around 230 degree courses are offered at the University of Liverpool across 103 subjects. The Wirral Peninsula contains the Ness Botanical Gardens and the Veterinary Teaching Hospital (Leahurst). The university also had a marine biology research station earlier but it was closed in 2006. The University of Liverpool has 51 residential buildings that are situated on or near the campus and provide a total of 3,385 rooms for students on a catered or self-catering basis. The university's original red brick building, the Victoria Building, which is a major landmark, has recently been restored as the Victoria Gallery and Museum.

Accomplishments & Alumni

There are many globally recognised alumni of the University of Liverpool who have blazed a trail in many different sectors. Ten Nobel prize winners have graduated from the University of Liverpool. The university has also produced many corporate wizards who are now the CEOs of leading companies like Tesla, the Coca Cola Company, Motorola, ARM Holding, GlobalFoundries, etc. Many students of the University of Liverpool have become famous faces in the entertainment industry. Even in the education and academic sector, the university has given way to many students to pursue their dreams and interests while preparing them to ace in whatever they do.

Student Diversity & Visiting Companies

Maintaining student diversity on the campus of the University of Liverpool is one of the most important agenda of the administration. The university has around 7,700 international students who are enrolled in the various programmes offered at the university campus. Additionally, there are many students from different countries who are pursuing online programmes provided by the University of Liverpool as well. There is an International Support Team which was founded by the university to be dedicated to solving all the issues that students who have taken admission from other countries face at the university campus.


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Foundation Building, Brownlow Hill Liverpool L69 7ZX | +44 (0) 151 794 5927 |

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