The University of Liverpool is a world leader in innovation (attracting more than £93 million in research commissions each year) and is globally recognised for its research in health and life sciences, science and engineering, and humanities and social sciences. We are proud to be one of the UK’s most inclusive universities, welcoming students from a wide variety of backgrounds and from over 100 countries of the world. The University dates back to 1882 and is situated on a hill overlooking the city centre.
Liverpool is an historic city situated in the North West of England. It was the richest city outside of London in the nineteenth century with trading wealth developed from its world famous deep sea port, inscribed by UNESCO in 2004 as a World Heritage Site. In the twentieth century Liverpool has become famous as being the home of the Beatles and its two famous football clubs, Liverpool and Everton. It is an exciting city, continually re-inventing itself and culturally rich with galleries, museums, two cathedrals and a wide variety of clubs, restaurants, theatres and the Liverpool One shopping area.