Why choose the University of Liverpool?
The University of Liverpool has been at the forefront of British higher education for over 100 years. Thanks to its prestigious reputation, it attracts interest from across the globe, with 7,000 international students from 135 countries working towards a University of Liverpool degree.
Home of Nobel Prize winners
The University of Liverpool is proud to be associated with 9 Nobel Prize winners, in a variety of fields. For example, Sir Ronald Ross won the Prize for Medicine in 1902 for his work to combat malaria, and Sir James Chadwick won the Prize for Physics in 1935 for discovering neutrons.
City of culture
Liverpool has a reputation as a vibrant city of culture and music – after all, it was the birthplace of The Beatles. Named as the world’s 3rd best city to visit by Rough Guides in 2014, Liverpool has a colourful, modern creative scene, as well as a rich and fascinating history.
The University of Liverpool offers numerous subjects for study. It is ranked top 10 in the UK for Physiotherapy, and top 20 for Aeronautical and Manufacturing Engineering, Architecture, Marketing, Materials Technology, and Town & Country Planning (Complete University Guide 2017). The University is also highly ranked in areas such as Media Studies, Chemistry and Animal Science, and is an international leader in research.