Liverpool International College students

We hope that you are already settling in to life in Liverpool and are working hard in your College studies ready for your progression to the University in September.  On these pages, you can find out more about your University offer, the admissions and transition processes, scholarships and more….


You are already a UoL student - Get Involved. Challenge Yourself. Be Inspired.

We encourage you to make the most of your Liverpool experience. As an LIC student, you are an associate student of the University and have the opportunity to join clubs and societies with the Guild of Students, stay healthy and have fun by joining Sport Liverpool or purchase an NUS extra card to receive discounts at outlets around the city.


Your offer

As long as you meet the conditions outlined in the offer you received to enter LIC and progress to the University of Liverpool, you have a guaranteed place at the University of Liverpool.  This offer is for a named degree programme.  If you think that this is not the right degree for you, you may be able to change.  Please see Jacob Harrison located in the LIC Hub or email him for more information.


Your progression

Through the course of your LIC programme, you will be invited to various events hosted by the University including a visit to your progression department, drop in sessions with current Liverpool students and transition & visa talks.  We strongly encourage you to attend these events, particularly the visits to your department, to make sure you have all the information you need for the transition to your progression degree.


Scholarship opportunities

We want you to work hard to reach your potential. Don’t just meet your progression requirements – exceed them and qualify for a scholarship.


University registration

It may seem like a long time from now, but if you are already thinking about plane tickets for your return to Liverpool in September 2018, make sure you arrive in time for registration and induction events during Welcome Week (17-21 September). During this week, you will receive essential departmental briefings, schedule your modules and collect your BRP card. This is an important first week in your University career and you are required to attend.