The University of Liverpool welcomes applications from Bangladeshi students for all study levels. See information below to learn more about your options.
Please note that admissions criteria will vary depending on the course you have applied for and that the grades published on this website provide general guidance only.
|Higher Secondary Certificate||
Candidates who have successfully completed their HSC examinations in Bangladesh will need to complete the approved Foundation program at Liverpool International College before they can be considered for direct entry to undergraduate programmes.
Applicants who have completed their A level exams with a minimum of 3 A levels will be considered for direct entry to undergraduate programmes at the University of Liverpool
|International Baccalaureate||Applicants who have completed their International Baccalaureate diploma will be considered for direct admission to undergraduate programmes. Required scores and subjects vary from course to course and details can be found on our course pages.|
|2 Year Bachelor Degree||Applicants with a good 2 year Bachelor degree from a recognised institution in Bangladesh will be considered for direct entry to our undergraduate programmes.|
|Holders of a 4 year Bachelors||
Applicants with a 4 year Bachelor of Engineering/Science degree from a recognised institution in Bangladesh will be considered for direct admission to postgraduate taught programmes at the University of Liverpool. The minimum GPA should be 3.2/4.
|Holders of a 2 or 3 year Bachelors followed by a Masters||
Applicants with a 2 or 3 year Bachelor followed by a Masters degree from recognised institutions in Bangladesh will be considered for direct admission to our Masters programmes. The minimum GPA should be 3.2/4.
If you don't meet the above entry requirements for postgraduate taught programmes, there is still an option for you to apply for one of our Pre–Masters Certificates/Graduate Diplomas. Visit the Liverpool International College website for more information.
Students considering a research programme would normally be expected to have a Masters degree and have achieved good results (1st class or 60%+) before progressing onto a research programme
Liverpool International College offers Foundation and Pre-Master's courses to international students who don't meet the university's minimum entry requirements. Find out more on the college's website.