Studying for your postgrad at LJMU means benefiting from professionally relevant and up-to-date teaching that will have a real impact on your career. Working at the vanguard of developments in the education, sport and health sectors, our lecturers and professional tutors are actively involved in research, consultancy, knowledge transfer and policy influencing.
Add this to our extensive networks with schools and other education providers, as well NHS Trusts, local authorities, NGOs and other key bodies across the North West, UK and internationally, you know you’re in the right place to get the most from your masters or research degree.
The Faculty is organised into four key areas:
In addition to our full Masters programmes and research opportunities, we also offer both accredited and non-accredited CPD courses. Many of these are available as part of framework awards for higher qualifications. This means you can start by completing to one or two designated CPD modules, and then use the credits towards a full Masters.
Liverpool is in the North West of England, and can be reached from London in 2 hours by train. It also has excellent motorway links to the rest of the region and beyond, making our campuses convenient to get to.
The Schools of Education and Sport Studies, Leisure and Nutrition are currently based at our IM Marsh campus in Aigburth (with plans to move to new city-centre facilities in 2020).
The internationally respected Public Health Institute and School of Nursing and Allied Health based in Liverpool city centre.
Whichever campus you’re based at, you’ll have access to onsite Libraries, IT Zones and dedicated postgraduate study areas, plus cafes and social spaces.
Liverpool John Moores University can trace its roots back to 1823 and the foundation of Liverpool Mechanics’ and Apprentices’ Library. They have come a long way since then, becoming a university in 1992 and are now ranked 59th in The Complete University Guide 2019 league tables. Throughout their history they have championed education for all; from their earliest students in the nineteenth century through to today’s skilled graduates, who are driving forward twenty-first century innovations and economic success, both in the UK and overseas. They take their name from one of the UK’s most successful businessmen, Sir John Moores, who turned his love of football into a business empire that was worth millions. Born into a working class family, he proved that, with vision and hard work, anyone can achieve success.
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The best way to get a feel for what we do is to come and see us. Our events range from informal drop-in sessions focusing on postgraduate funding, to full open days where you can meet staff and students and social evenings where you can explore the concept of postgraduate study. Take a look today and see what’s coming ...