Liverpool learns

Liverpool is a stimulating place. That’s why our universities, schools and colleges are internationally recognised, and regularly make the top tables of student satisfaction, and those all-important results.

Liverpool’s home to more than 50,000 students – who come for the world class research, the strong links to industry, the excellent facilities and, naturally, the city’s vibrant social life.

The University of Liverpool is part of the prestigious Russell Group. The original ‘red brick’ university, it has 21,000 students from more than 100 countries. Its research is constantly redefining our knowledge of the world, especially in marine sciences, medicine and technology.

John Moores University is one of Britain’s biggest – with over 26,000 students. Its strong reputation in sport and exercise sciences, astronomy and computer sciences keep this well respected centre constantly at the cutting edge.

Hope University is one of the north west’s most venerable teaching institutions, and is well respected for its education, business and management courses.

With Paul McCartney’s LIPA (Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts) attracting students from around the world to hone their performance, theatre management and music production skills the city remains a vibrant hothouse for tomorrow’s cultural movers and shakers.

Over the past 200 years, universities in Liverpool have made life changing discoveries – not least at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine – the first institution in the world dedicated to research and teaching in tropical medicine, a commitment that continues today with a research portfolio of £192m and a teaching programme attracting students from over 50 countries.

Liverpool is a unique place to learn. Find out more about studying in Liverpool – a life changing experience.

  • University of Liverpool
  • Liverpool John Moores University
  • Liverpool Hope University
  • Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts
  • Liverpool Community College

Published: 11/05/2014