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University of Liverpool:

The University of Liverpool has established in 1881. It is one of the UK’s oldest civic universities with a proud history of academic achievement.

Worldwide reputation for excellence:

– Ranked 137th in the world, 29th in the UK (Times Higher Educational Supplement 2009).
– Member of the Russell Group.
– Among the highest climbers in the 2010 Sunday Times Good University Guide, rising to 28th place from 34th.
– Global reach through pioneering partnerships with Laureate Online Education, Liverpool International College, XJTLU and the University of Malaya.
– Recognised for strengths in ‘Education Relating to the Professions’ including online education; problem-based learning for medical education and ‘The Liverpool Engineer’.

History and prestige:

– The original ‘redbrick’ university with a long history of achievement.
– Associated with eight Nobel Laureates from 1902 to 1995.

Excellent career prospects:

– Over 90% of graduates in employment or further study within six months.
– One of the top Russell Group universities in the northwest of England for graduate employability.

Single campus in a world-class location:

– Following its tenure as European Capital of Culture in 2008, the city of Liverpool is enjoying unparalleled cultural and financial investment and growth.
– UNESCO World Heritage waterfront.
– Home of the Beatles and Liverpool and Everton Football Clubs.
Affordable, high quality student experience
– Liverpool is the second most cost effective student city in the UK (NatWest Student Living Index 2009).
– Ranked first out of 15 Russell Group institutions for satisfaction with the cost of living, accommodation cost, financial support, assessment, feedback on coursework and visa advice (International Student Barometer 2008, i-Graduate).
– Third best place in the world outside the US to do postdoctoral research (The Scientist).

Source: University website

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