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Founded in 1823, Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) is ranked in the top 600 higher education institutions in the world and attracts staff and students from over 100 countries.
A host of taught courses and research opportunities are available across LJMU’s five faculties:
Arts, Professional and Social Studies
Business and Law
Engineering and Technology
The International Study Centre gives international students a direct route onto postgraduate degrees on completion of their pre-masters programmes. It is an excellent location for any student who wishes to enhance their education in the UK and develop their employability prospects.
Liverpool as a city is one of the friendliest and most welcoming in the UK. All students, of all ages, will love the vibrant atmosphere, rich history and culture, the scenery of the docks and the excellent dining and nightlife opportunities all within walking distance of the campus.
All students at Liverpool John Moores University will enjoy a fulfilling study programme, with excellent support for finding future employment. The student life is also high quality, with well-equipped Students’ Union to enjoy.
Liverpool John Moores University students on Postgraduate Search say:
“It was fantastic studying here, I had the opportunity to learn my subject with understanding of all its dimensions, the facilities were as per need of international student.”
“It’s a new place for me to study my PG course and its better than i am expected. Learning contents from the university is awesome. lectures are very helpful for the studies. the university provide free gym facilities etc”
“Eye opening. I never thought that I was capable of achieving what I have so far, and also wasn’t even aware of the vast opportunity within the department/world of sports science when I first began my studies. I have gained a great deal of skills and knowledge which will be invaluable to my future/career.”
Taught Masters are available over one or two years to build on undergraduate degrees. Classes are smaller and provide an opportunity for students to build their independent learning skills.
A range of research courses are available including MRes, MPhil and PhD.
Postgraduates will find that Liverpool John Moores University is extremely welcoming, no matter their age or reasons for returning to education. The campus and the city are both excellent as a destination for further education, with top-quality facilities to enhance the postgraduate student life.
Students on a postgraduate degree are actively encouraged to make use of the Students’ Union and its clubs and societies, creating one vibrant learning atmosphere for all.