The City of Liverpool
Live and study in a world class location.
Join the Management School and you'll find yourself living in a truly global city. With a colourful history that stretches back 800 years, Liverpool today has a global reputation for sport, music, and architecture, and offers a wealth of culture for our students to explore.
With more than 60 languages spoken each day in Liverpool, it is the 5th most popular UK destination for international visitors. Liverpool was also voted the 3rd best UK destination in the TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice Awards 2019.
Watch students, staff and insiders from across the city talk about what makes Liverpool special to them...
The University campus is located in the heart of the city of Liverpool, close to many major transport links. Liverpool Lime St train station is a 15 minute walk from campus, with trains leaving regularly to many different destinations. You can travel by train to London in just 2 hours!
Liverpool John Lennon Airport is around eight miles from the city centre and offers flights to various parts of Europe. Manchester Airport, which is around 45 minutes from Liverpool, is the destination for flights from around the world.
Things to see and do in Liverpool
Energetic, beautiful, creative; there is nowhere quite like Liverpool. From shopping in Liverpool One, to relaxing and eating out, exploring the wealth of free exhibitions at our Museums and Galleries or finding those secret hidden gems, there is always something to do in Liverpool.
Living in University accommodation is a good idea if you are coming to study here as an international student. Our residences are friendly places to live, offer excellent accommodation and will make it easier for you to settle in to studying in the UK. You can find more information on the University's accommodation pages.
Select your country from those listed below for entry requirements, student profiles, specific contacts and events.
Visiting Study Abroad Students
Modules offered by the Management School to exchange students during the 2020-21 academic year can be found at the following link:
The University's International Team
The University's International Recruitment and Relations Office works closely with the Management School and its international students, and should be your first point of contact for information if you are considering studying at Liverpool.
The University of Liverpool has a range of scholarships on offer to international undergraduate and postgraduate taught students.
Our students come from over 100 countries
Contact the International Support Team
The International Support Team deals with all problems and questions that international students have whilst at the University and in the UK.
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