The University of Liverpool is one of the great centres of research, knowledge and innovation. The university recently opened the first independent Anglo-Asian university in China and is planning collaborations with institutions in Chile, Mexico and Spain.
Over 6,000 international students on campus make a truly international mix and feel to the large campus, which is undergoing huge redevelopment. In 2008 Liverpool became the European Capital of Culture, and with its world heritage skyline and home-town pride, this is a hard-to-beat place to study.
- Average graduate salary £19,786
- Students in work/study 88%
- Student union satisfaction 48%
- Total students 21,875
- Overseas students 4,610
- Disability 5%
Typical annual cost of university/college accommodation: £3,713 - £5,909
Typical annual cost of private accommodation: £3,318 - £6,258