About Liverpool

The city that gave us The Beatles, Liverpool has moved on from its industrial roots to become one of Britain’s most dynamic and vibrant cultural centres.

Situated in north-west England, Liverpool is a 2hr 15 train journey from London. There’s one main airport, Liverpool John Lennon Airport, which is served by major international and domestic airlines. There’re also fast and regular train connections from other cities across Britain, including Manchester and Birmingham.

"From the Fab Four to Frankie Goes to Hollywood, Liverpool is a UNESCO City of Music with seriously cool credentials. Get into the groove at the British Music Experience, indulge your footie fantasies with a trip to Liverpool F.C’s Anfield Stadium, or feel on top of the world with a 360-degree tour of the Royal Liver Building.

There’s plenty to experience from ghostly street tours to sipping cocktails from its many rooftops bars, and there’s more galleries and museums here than any other city outside London. Whether you take in its Georgian Quarter for brunch, its independent vibe in the Baltic Triangle for dinner or pick up some glad-rags in Liverpool One, this city really is the place to be."

Source: Visit Britain

Liverpool John Moores University

Liverpool John Moores University is a distinctive, unique institution, rooted in the Liverpool City Region but with a global presence.

Our students and staff, past, present, and future, are the beating heart of our city and can be found in every corner of every industry and community. We couldn’t exist anywhere else and have shaped this place we belong to.

Working with the people of our city to improve lives and support communities is at the heart of why we were founded and why we exist today.

Growing and supporting our community is a commitment to work in partnership on an inclusive and positive future for all of those around us.

The world is changing at incredible speed, and we believe our mission is to develop exciting, brave, resilient people and embrace effective, impactful change.

Source: Liverpool John Moores University