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QS World University Rankings 2024

241

Undergraduate Programs

180

Postgraduate Programs

Liverpool John Moores University

The small institution that later developed into Liverpool John Moores University was founded in 1823 by people of power and influence in Liverpool. They recognised that education can change the lives of individuals as well as communities and wider society. Today LJMU is home to a community of more than 25,000 students (Complete University Guide 2024) from more than 100 countries and 2,500 staff. Offering over 300 degree courses, it is one of the largest, most dynamic and forward-thinking universities in the UK.

This modern University is central to the life of Liverpool, yet ambitious in its global approach. LJMU forms international partnerships to facilitate world-leading research and collaboration. As a result, nearly three-quarters (73.1%) of the University's research was classified as ‘world-leading’ or ‘internationally-excellent’ in the 2021 Research Excellence Framework.

The University's important work aims to tackle major global issues that also impact life here in the UK. And continuing efforts to improve student experience are reflected in the University’s student satisfaction scores, which increase year on year.

Admissions

Intakes

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Study Duration

2 Semesters

Institution Type

Public

Programmes Offered

International Foundation Year

Business, Law and Social Studies

Engineering, Computing and Life Sciences

International Year One

Business

Engineering

Tuition Fees & Entry Requirements

Tuition Fees

  • Business, Law and Social Studies: £14,500

  • Engineering, Computing and Life Sciences: £14,500

Entry Requirements

International Foundation Year

Business, Law and Social Sciences

  • Academic

    • SPM: Grades of A- C achieved in 3 subjects to include English and Maths

    • IGCSE/GCSE/O-Level: 4 passes at A-C in relevant subjects (excluding native language). new grades 9-4 in English and Maths. 

    • IB Diploma: 20 / 40 UCAS points

  • English Proficiency
    • Academic IELTS for UKVI overall 4.5 (minimum 4.0 in writing and minimum 4.0 all other areas)
  • Age: Must turn 18 within 6 weeks of joining their undergraduate programme

 

 

 

Engineering, Computing and Life Sciences

  • Academic

    • SPM: Grades of A- C achieved in 3 subjects to include English and Maths

    • IGCSE/GCSE/O-Level: 4 passes at A-C in relevant subjects (excluding native language). new grades 9-4 in English and Maths. 

    • IB Diploma: 20 / 40 UCAS points

  • English Proficiency
    • Academic IELTS for UKVI overall 4.5 (minimum 4.0 in writing and minimum 4.0 all other areas) or 6.0 overall (minimum 5.5 in each area) for Pharmacy MPharm
  • Age: Must turn 18 within 6 weeks of joining their undergraduate programme

International Year One

Business

  • Academic

    • STPM/A-Level: 2 Principal passes

    • IB Diploma: 22 points (subject pass mark = 3)

  • English Proficiency
    • Academic IELTS for UKVI 5.5* (minimum 5.5 in writing and all other skill areas)
  • Age: Must turn 18 within 6 weeks of joining their undergraduate programme

 

 

 

Engineering

  • Academic

    • STPM/A-Level: 2 Principal passes

    • IB Diploma: 22 points (subject pass mark = 3)

  • English Proficiency
    • Academic IELTS for UKVI 5.5* (minimum 5.5 in writing and all other skill areas)
  • Age: Must turn 18 within 6 weeks of joining their undergraduate programme
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