University of Liverpool

The University of Liverpool is one of the UK’s leading research institutions with an annual turnover of £410 million, including £150 million for research. Liverpool is ranked in the top 1% of universities worldwide and is a member of the prestigious Russell Group, comprising the leading research universities in the UK.

A truly international institution, the University has 27,000 students and 175,000 alumni in 182 countries. Its global focus has led the institution to establish a university in the World Heritage city of Suzhou near Shanghai, in partnership with Xi’an Jiaotong University – a top 10 university in China. Representing a new model for a British operation in Higher Education in China, Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University (XJTLU) is based in Suzhou Industrial Park – one of Asia’s most successful business parks and a hub for foreign investors.

The University of Liverpool is the largest provider of 100% online degree courses in Europe with some 7,000 students studying for University of Liverpool degrees around the world. Performance indicators set by the UK’s Higher Education Statistics Agency show that 93% of graduates from the University are in employment or further study.

Associated with no fewer than eight Nobel Laureates, the University is recognised for its high quality teaching and research. In the UK Government’s most recent research assessment exercise, in 38 out of 43 units the University’s academics attained quality recognised as internationally excellent in terms of significance and rigour.