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University of Liverpool

Liverpool - United Kingdom

Overview

The University of Liverpool is one of the great centres of research, knowledge and innovation. Our pioneering reputation attracts students, experts and partners from around the world. Through our research, teaching and collaborations we seek to be life changing and world shaping.

Our university is everywhere, from our Chinese joint venture University to our Arctic research stations, American exchanges to the Internet home of our online programmes.

Students enrolled from 120 countries

6,000 studying on campus

8,000+ postgraduate students studying online

We are providing people of all ages with the belief, financial means and routes they need to pursue degrees and research at our university.

£15m in bursaries and scholarships each year

1st in the Russell Group for widening participation

Our programmes are based on our pioneering research. Taught by experts, they will challenge you academically and equip you well for your career.

490+ research led programmes

88% of our graduates in employment or further study

Our campus is a memorable place to visit, with its beautiful historic buildings alongside ultra-modern institutes, teaching laboratories and residences.

100 acres of inspiration

£600m campus investment programme

 


Faculties

Faculty of Health & Life Sciences

School of Dentistry

School of Health Sciences

School of Life Sciences

School of Medicine

School of Psychology

School of Veterinary Science

Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences

School of the Arts

School of Histories, Languages & Cultures

School of Law & Social Justice

School of Management

Faculty of Science & Engineering

School of Engineering

School of Physical Sciences

School of Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Computer Science

School of Environmental Sciences


English Requirements

 

Tests for entry to UG programmes

Faculty of Science and Engineering (FSE) with exceptions

Faculties of Humanities and Social Sciences (FHSS) and Health and Life Sciences(excluding clinical medicine and dentistry unless specified)

Geography (L700, F800), Planning (K400, K430, K4L7) and Carmel College

IELTS

6.0 with minimum 5.5 in each component

Geography BA/BSc require 6.5 overall with minimum 5.5 in each component.

 

 

6.5 with minimum 5.5 in each component

Biological Sciences 6.0 with minimum 5.5 in each component

Clinical programmes in Medicine and Dentistry 7.0 with minimum 7.0 in each component

Master of Public Health (MPH) require 7.5 with a minimum 7.0 in each component

TOEFL IBT***

88 with minimum scores in components as follows: Listening and Writing - 21, Reading - 22, Speaking - 23 ***

88-89 with minimum scores in components as follows: Listening and Writing - 21, Reading - 22, Speaking – 23 ***

Clinical programmes in medicine and dentistry 100 with minimum 24 in speaking and 22 in writing, reading and listening

Pearson Test of English Academic (PTE Academic)

55 with minimum score of 51 in any component

62 with minimum scores of 51 in each component

Cambridge English: Advanced

52

58

Cambridge Proficiency

C grade overall

C grade overall

Cambridge IGCSE as a First Language

(Syllabus 0500 and 0522) Minimum - Reading grade E; Writing grade E; Speaking grade D (0522) or 2 (0500); Listening grade D (0522) or 2 (0500) with an overall grade of C

(Syllabus 0500 and 0522) Minimum - Reading grade E; Writing grade E; Speaking grade D (0522) or 2 (0500); Listening grade D (0522) or 2 (0500) with an overall grade of C

Cambridge IGCSE as a Second Language

(Syllabus 0510 and 0511) Minimum - Reading grade D; Writing grade D; Oral (Speaking) grade C (0511) or 2 (0510); Listening grade A with an overall grade of C

(Syllabus 0510 and 0511) Minimum - Reading grade D; Writing grade D; Oral (Speaking) grade C (0511) or 2 (0510); Listening grade A with an overall grade of B

Trinity Integrated Skills in English

ISEIII - Listening, Reading, Speaking and Writing - PASS**

ISEIV _ Listening, Reading, Speaking and Writing - PASS**

** For tests taken before 1st July 2013: Summary slip and certificate 

 

Scholarships

Award Eligibility Amount Deadline
Vice-Chancellor's International Attainment Scholarship New international students on non-clinical programmes achieving AAB in A-level exams or equivalent qualification Year one award of £2,500 No application necessary, automatically awarded to those who meet the criteria
International Baccalaureate (IB) Award
 
New international students on non-clinical programmes achieving a minimum of 36 points in the full IB Diploma Year one award of £2,500 No application necessary, automatically awarded to those who meet the criteria
Liverpool Affinity Award For children, siblings or spouses of current students or alumni, or exchange students returning for further study £500 per year Application necessary. See info page for details.
Sport Liverpool scholarship Talented athletes competing at national/regional levels. 

Up to £2,000 to support performance. 
Available with the VC's International Attainment Scholarship or IB Award

Application necessary. Deadline TBC
Hong Kong Graduate Association (HKGA)Scholarship Competitive scholarships for offer holders from Hong Kong SAR and PR China Various. Mainly partial living cost scholarships Application necessary through HKGA. Deadline 31st May 2014
Liverpool International College (LIC) Merit Award All international students that achieve 70% or above in their LIC Foundation programme progressing onto a non-clinical degree £2,500 available for duration of study if attainment remains at 70% No application necessary, automatically awarded to those who meet the criteria

LLB Law for Graduates Scholarship

The LLB Law for Graduates Scholarships is available to non-EU international students who have excellent degree results.

£3,000 available for duration of study if attainment remains above 60% No application necessary, automatically awarded to those who meet the criteria

Tution Fee

Undergraduate International Tuition Fees 2014/15 (2014 entry year)

Department

Tuition fee
(per year)

Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology

£12,750

Architecture

£14,500

Chemistry

£15,700

Combined Honours BA*

£12,750

Combined Honours BSc* 

£15,700

Communication and Media

£12,750

Computer Science

£15,700

Cultures, Languages and Area Studies

£12,750

Dentistry

£23,700

Earth and Ocean Sciences

£15,700

Ecology

£15,700

Electrical Engineering and Electronics

£15,700

Engineering

£15,700

English

£12,750

Geography
BA Geography
BSc Geography


£12,750
£15,700

Health Sciences

£15,700

History

£12,750

Honours Select (excluding Architecture)

£12,750

Irish Studies

£12,750

Law

£12,750

Life Sciences

£15,700

Management School

£12,750

Mathematical Sciences

£12,750

Medicine+

£23,700

Music

£12,750

Philosophy

£12,750

Physics

£15,700

Planning

£12,750

Politics

£12,750

Psychology

£15,700

Sociology and Social Policy

£12,750

Veterinary Science
BVSc
BSc


£23,000
£15,700

Postgraduate Taught Fees 2015/16 (2015 entry year)

 

Programme

Tuition fee

Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology (including MA Ancient History, MA Manx Studies and MSc Palaeoanthropology) £12,200
Architecture 
MA
MSc Sustainable Environmental Design in Architecture
MArch Master of Architecture
London based programmes
MSc Architecture and MSc Building Information Modelling
MA Modern Architectural Heritage

£12,200
£12,200
£14,500

£17,600
£16,000
Chemistry £17,000
Communication and Media
MA Politics and the Mass Media

£12,200
Computer Science £15,700
Cultures, Languages and Area Studies £12,200
Dentistry £TBC
Earth, Ocean and Ecological Sciences
MSc Conservation and Resource Management
£13,000
£16,300
Electrical Engineering and Electronics £15,700
Engineering (including MSc Product Design and Management)
MSc Nuclear Power Engineering
£15,700
£17,000
English £12,200
Geography (including Population Studies and Environmental Sciences)
MA
MSc

£13,000
£16,300
Health Sciences £15,700
History (including Master of Archives and Records Management (MARM) £12,200
Irish Studies (including MA Understanding Conflict)
London based programmes
£12,200
£12,200
Law £13,000
Life Sciences 
MSc Advanced Biological Sciences
MSc Post-Genomic Science

£15,700
£TBC

Management School
MBA programmes
MSc programmes
MSc Digital Business Enterprise Management/MSc Programme and Project Management
MSc Finance/MSc Financial Risk Management/MSc Operations and Supply Chain Management
London based programmes


£17,800
£15,000
£15,500

£17,000

£18,000
Mathematics
MSc Mathematical Sciences 
MSc Financial Mathematics

£13,000
£17,000
Medicine
MSc Medical Sciences
MPH Public Health
London based programmes

£15,700
£15,300
£17,400
Music £12,200
Philosophy £12,200
Physics

£17,000

Planning (including Civic Design, Marine Planning and Management, and Urban Regeneration)

£13,000
Politics (including MA International Relations and Security) £12,200
Psychology
London based programmes
£15,300
£16,000
Sociology and Social Policy £12,200
Veterinary Science £15,700