Why study a master's at the University of Liverpool?
We were established in 1881 and we can truly claim to be the original ‘redbrick’ university – the phrase was coined about our distinctive red brick Victoria Building.
We are rightly proud of our founding mission - ‘for the advancement of learning and ennoblement of life.’ It is inscribed on a plaque on the Victoria building and it remains our mission today, a touchstone for all that we do. It underlines our belief in the transformative power of research and education, not least in the face of an increasingly complex and challenging world.
We are the original redbrick university.
Established in 1881: in this year Queen Victoria reigned over Great Britiain and the UK had its first street lit with electric light.
Ranked in the top 200 of universities worldwide.
20th in the UK's Research Excellence Framework (REF), with seven subjects in the top 10.
We have received £144 million in research project funding in 2015/16 and have 2000+ active interdisciplinary research staff across three faculties.
Based in the 2nd most affordable UK city for students.
We have a campus in London, are the largest provider of online degree programmes in Europe and the first UK university to establish a joint venture university in China.
£600 million invested in our campus.
33,000 students, 7,500 of whom travel from all over the world to study here.
A global network of 219,000 alumni in 171 countries.
15% projected growth in the city's knowledge economy by 2022.
We are associated with nine Nobel Laureates.