International students

The University's International Team works closely with our international students and should be your first point of contact for information if you are considering studying at Liverpool. The team regularly visit international recruitment fairs and will support you throughout your application for your chosen course.

Study Abroad

Studying abroad will provide you with an amazing, life changing experience. You will make new friends, gain self-confidence and stand out in the global graduate employment market. Students can choose to study for either one semester or for a full academic year under the Erasmus scheme with one of our exchange partners. To find out more visit our Study Abroad team pages.

Tuition Fees and Scholarships

International students are required to pay the full costs of their tuition in the UK with each university setting its own international fees. The University has a range of scholarships available to international undergraduate and postgraduate taught students, including country specific scholarships. To find out more about tuition fees and funding available, visit our International students pages.


The City of Liverpool has a large student population, with plenty of accommodation available. It has vibrant music, shopping and nightlife scene and is a very cost-effective city in which to live and study. The University has plenty of on-campus accommodation, but if you prefer to live off campus, Liverpool Student Homes can assist with your requirements. Students studying on our Study Abroad programme are guaranteed on campus accommodation during their time spent studying with us. Our Halls of Residence are friendly places to live, offer excellent accommodation and will make it easier for you to settle in to studying in the UK. To find out more visit our University Accommodation pages.

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