With a history of pioneering education and research, the University of Liverpool is one of the UK’s top 20 research-led universities with 23,000 students. Founded in 1881 with the establishment of University College Liverpool, The University of Liverpool was one of the first civic universities in Britain.
Founded in 1898, international postgraduate centre of excellence, devoted to research, education, training and consultancy. The world's first School of Tropical Medicine, discovered that Malaria could be passed by mosquito bite.
With 24,000 students, the university was founded in 1825. Ranked in the top 20 universities nationwide and number one in the North West for its impactful research.
Co-founded by Sir Paul McCartney and opened in 1996.
With 7,000 students, and a history that stretches back more than one hundred and fifty years, Liverpool Hope University seeks the highest academic standards while helping students to become responsible citizens of the world.