The University of Liverpool is a public research university located in Liverpool, England. Founded in 1881, it is part of the Russell Group, a select group of research-intensive universities in the UK, and one of the six original “red brick” universities.
The University of Liverpool has a student body of over 23,000, including more than 10,000 international students from 100 countries. It offers a comprehensive range of undergraduate, postgraduate, and research degrees in various disciplines such as arts, humanities, social sciences, sciences, engineering, medicine, dentistry, law, and management.
The university is renowned for its research excellence and innovation, with a strong reputation for collaboration with other institutions and industries. It ranks among the top 1% of universities globally and is a leading research-intensive university in the UK.
The campus is situated in the heart of Liverpool, a city with a rich cultural heritage, a bustling music scene, and a famous waterfront. The university has made significant investments in modern facilities, including a state-of-the-art sports and fitness centre, advanced research laboratories, and award-winning student accommodation, to provide a world-class education and experience for its students.