Prospective students

Are you considering study at the University of Liverpool?

How to apply to the University?

If you're interested in studying at the University of Liverpool you will need to contact the International Recruitment Team (IRT) in the Admissions Office. They will offer advice on how to apply to the University, tuition fees and any scholarships that may be available to you. You can contact them by email at

If you are on campus you can visit our 'Enquiries and Fulfilment Team' in person. Just ask at the reception of the Reilly Building (on University Square) to speak with a member of the Enquiries Team. Altrnatively, you can call the team at (+44/0)151 794 5927. The Enquiries Team also run a live web chat Monday to Friday, 9am-4pm which you can access here

Visit the Study website to review the courses available and to order a prospectus.

Funding your studies

If you are unsure about how you can fund your studies in the UK, the IRT website has information on scholarships and other sources of funding.  

Getting a student visa

To study at the University of Liverpool international students must obtain a Tier 4 (General) student visa.

To find out more about making this application please see our overseas visa application advice.

Settling in to your new life

For guidance on life in the UK please see our "Living and Working" pages for advice. This can provide information on cultural aspects of living in the UK, as well as general safety information and ways to engage with your new life in Liverpool.

For updates about life in Liverpool, local events and sessions organised by International Advice and Guidance, follow our twitter and instagram pages.

After you have arrived in the UK there may be some essential items you need. A new service, click2campus can provide many of these items. Buy online and they will be delivered to your new accommodation. Take a look at what they can offer by visiting the click2campus website*. 

*Please be aware, these are an independent companies and not associated with the University of Liverpool. We have no connection to these companies and accept no responsibility for the content of their websites or any failure by the company to deliver any orders or any other problems which may arise.