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Liverpool John Moores University


LJMU’s ethos captures our aims as the University faces the diverse challenges of the 21st century. Founded in 1825 and granted university status in 1992, LJMU employs 3,000 staff and has 25,000 students studying from a range of 250 degree courses; with such a significant presence in the Liverpool landscape, the University has a deep appreciation of its responsibilities. Students are given full academic and pastoral support throughout their university experience, and the individual contributions of all our staff to the University’s success are highly-valued. LJMU is a university committed to equality and diversity; we have consistently been one of Stonewall’s Top 100 employers and the highest-ranking university.

A modern civic university

LJMU understands the importance of civic engagement for a large university, and we have developed a robust co-operative relationship within the city, region and beyond. In 2013, LJMU became a Principal Partner of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, a two-year sponsorship commitment which provides opportunities for LJMU students to participate in the acclaimed Liverpool Philharmonic Learning Programme and hear the renowned Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra perform. Our collaborations range across all disciplines, from a research and teaching partnership with Tate Liverpool, to LJMU Sports Scientists working with local football clubs and leading an international research study examining the health of jockeys.

Our staff occupy roles in local arts groups, charities and schools, our volunteer scheme helps staff and student teams work together on community projects, and our partnership with Liverpool Students’ Union manages relations between students and residents via student community representatives. LJMU already recognises and encourages staff and students through the Foundation for Citizenship, and in November 2013 we launched our new Corporate Charities Initiative to increase the opportunities to get involved. Over 18 months the new initiative will provide a platform to four local charities, including Age Concern and DaDaFest, to help them fundraise, increase the prominence of campaigns, and secure more support.

Through our work with the National Schools' Observatory and the Liverpool telescope, designed and built by LJMU in Merseyside and located on the island of La Palma, we have brought cutting-edge astronomy into over 3,000 British schools. We also have links with 300 primary and secondary schools in the north-west, North Wales and Northern Ireland.

Such forward-thinking projects and partnerships cement LJMU’s position as an integral part of the city landscape and economy, and reinforce our core vision: ‘To be recognised as a modern civic university delivering solutions to the challenges of the 21st century’.

Scholarship and research: the heart of everything we do

LJMU is undergoing an exciting and challenging period of change, outlined in our ambitious strategic plan for 2012-2017, and world-class research and scholarship is embedded in everything we do. With 13 research centres, four research institutes, and 550 postgraduate research students, we are ranked in the top 25 English universities for PhD completion rates. In the most recent Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) in 2008, LJMU was top amongst modern universities for Electrical and Electronic Engineering, General Engineering, Sports-Related Studies and Architecture and Built Environment, and we demonstrated world-leading research in 70% of our disciplines.

Our external research income has more than trebled in the past ten years, and we are continuing to invest in our facilities and infrastructure to support our major research strengths in science, engineering, and in the arts and humanities; as part of our strategic plan we aim to increase our research ratings (REF 2014) at world-class level when compared to RAE 2008.

Embracing the challenges of the 21st-century

The LJMU strategic plan recognises that the status quo is not an option, and LJMU will need to realise new approaches to meet the challenges of the current economy and the greater pressures of graduate employment. Our model of higher education places effective employer engagement, work-related learning and skills development at the heart of the student experience, with the unique World of Work programme, developed in partnership with FTSE 100 companies and leading business organisations, created to ensure that every student is equipped with the skills they need to gain their dream job or set up their own business: 92% of students are in work or further study six months after graduating.

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General enquiries

T: 0151 231 2121

Course Enquiries

T: 0151 231 5090

E: courses@ljmu.ac.uk

Course UCAS Points Fees for an English student
Accounting and Finance [N420] 112 9250
Animal Behaviour [C301] 104 9250
Applied Chemical And Pharmaceutical Science [F195] 104 9250
Applied Psychology [C870] 104 9250
Applied Sport Psychology [C890] 112 9250
Architectural Technology [K130] 104 9250
Architecture [K100] 120 9250
Audio and Music Production [J930] 112 9250
Automotive Engineering [H330] 0 9250
Automotive Engineering [H335] 0 9250
Biochemistry [C700] 104 9250
Biology [C100] 104 9250
Biomedical Science [B940] 104 9250
Building Services Engineering [K200] 108 9250
Building Services Engineering [K290] 128 9250
Building Services Engineering Project Management [KN2F] 104 9250
Building Surveying [K230] 108 9250
Business [N102] 0 9250
Business Management [N200] 112 9250
Business Studies [N100] 112 9250
Business and Public Relations [NP12] 112 9250
Civil Engineering [H200] 108 9250
Civil Engineering [H202] 128 9250
Computer Forensics [G550] 112 9250
Computer Games Technology [G450] 112 9250
Computer Studies [G401] 112 9250
Computer Technology [H610] 112 9250
Construction Management [K220] 104 9250
Creative Writing [W800] 104 9250
Creative Writing and Film Studies [WW86] 112 9250
Criminal Justice [M291] 112 9250
Criminology [M212] 112 9250
Criminology and Psychology [MC2W] 112 9250
Criminology and Sociology [ML23] 104 9250
Cyber Security [I990] 112 9250
Dance Practices [W500] 112 9250
Drama [W400] 104 9250
Drama and Creative Writing [WW48] 104 9250
Drama and English [QW34] 104 9250
Early Childhood Studies [XL35] 104 9250
Education Studies And Early Years [XL30] 104 9250
Education Studies And Physical Education [XC36] 0 9250
Education Studies And Special And Inclusive Needs [XX31] 104 9250
Electrical And Electronic Engineering [H602] 128 9250
Electrical and Electronic Engineering [H600] 112 9250
English [Q300] 104 9250
English and Creative Writing [WQ83] 104 9250
English and Media and Cultural Studies [PQ33] 104 9250
Environmental Health [B911] 112 9250
Events Management [N820] 112 9250
Fashion [W2H0] 112 9250
Film Studies [P303] 112 9250
Fine Art [W100] 112 9250
Food Design And Technology [D690] 104 9250
Food and Nutrition [DB64] 104 9250
Forensic Anthropology [FL4P] 104 9250
Forensic Psychology And Criminal Justice [CM82] 128 9250
Forensic Science [F410] 104 9250
Geography [F800] 104 9250
Graphic Design and Illustration [W210] 112 9250
Health and Social Care for Individuals, Families and Communities [L512] 112 9250
History [V100] 112 9250
History and English [QV31] 104 9250
History of Art [VP31] 112 9250
Human Resource Management [N600] 104 9250
IT and Multimedia Computing [GG54] 112 9250
International Journalism [P510] 104 9250
Journalism [P500] 112 9250
Law [M100] 120 9250
Law and Criminal Justice [MM12] 120 9250
Learning, Development and Support (LaWP) [X220] 0 9250
Management, Transport and Logistics [NK24] 112 9250
Maritime Business and Management [N910] 112 9250
Maritime Studies [J601] 112 9250
Marketing [N500] 112 9250
Mathematics [GN11] 112 9250
Mathematics And Education Studies [XG30] 104 9250
Mechanical And Marine Engineering [H390] 128 9250
Mechanical Engineering [H300] 112 9250
Mechanical Engineering [H301] 128 9250
Mechanical and Marine Engineering [H350] 112 9250
Media Professional Studies [P300] 0 9250
Media, Culture, Communication [LP63] 104 9250
Midwifery [B720] 120 9250
Nautical Science [J600] 112 9250
Nursing with Registered Nurse Status (Adult) [B740] 112 9250
Nursing with Registered Nurse Status (Mental Health) [B760] 112 9250
Outdoor Education [X9F8] 104 9250
Paramedic Practice [B781] 112 9250
Pharmacy [B201] 120 9250
Port And Maritime Management [J690] 0 9250
Primary Education [X120] 120 9250
Quantity Surveying [K242] 108 9250
Real Estate Management [K281] 108 9250
Real Estate Management and Business [NN21] 108 9250
Science and Football [CXQ3] 112 9250
Social Work [L500] 0 9250
Sociology [L300] 104 9250
Software Engineering [G600] 112 9250
Spatial Design [W250] 0 9250
Sport Coaching [XC16] 112 9250
Sport Development with Physical Education [CXP3] 0 9250
Sport and Exercise Science [C600] 120 9250
Tourism And Leisure Management [NN28] 104 9250
Wildlife Conservation [C930] 104 9250
Zoology [C300] 104 9250

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