Ambassador for Kenya

At the University of Liverpool I get to study alongside students from all around the world which is an enriching experience. The English law system is influential across the world. It is therefore a valuable experience as an international law student to study in England and I gain first-hand insights into the English legal system from leading experts.

I also benefit greatly from the active law society on campus and I attend lots of interesting networking events, seminars, debates and social activities. It is the perfect way to have a good time and create a professional network at the same time.

I’ve met and connected with scholars and influential personalities from around the world and this network of individuals will inspire and advise me as I move forward in my career.

Tomkeen's top tips

  1. Start researching accommodation opportunities as early as possible. The University of Liverpool student residences offer a great variety of options for international students.
  2. Make sure that you have fulfilled the necessary immigration requirements and apply for your visa on time. You should contact the International Team as soon as possible if you have any queries.
  3. If possible, attend a pre-departure briefing event in your country to meet representatives of the University of Liverpool.
  4. Book onto the free Meet and Greet service which includes a wide range of different welcome and induction events including an opportunity to be greeted at Manchester Airport and transferred to Liverpool by bus.