Liverpool John Moores University has five faculties, each home to world-leading research, teaching and learning in a wide range of fields.
Research and scholarship are at the heart of everything we do at Liverpool John Moores University. Research is central to the student experience and informs the curriculum at all levels.
The results of the 2014 Research Excellence Framework demonstrated the world-leading quality of our research – every unit of assessment we submitted was rated as at least 45% internationally excellent or better.
LJMU ranks in the top half of the overall research league table, placed 61st, out of 128 universities which submitted more than one unit of assessment, in the proportion of research that is world-leading or internationally excellent and we are second in the University Alliance group
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LJMU students are entitled to free off-peak access to Lifestyles Fitness Centres across Merseyside*, with membership covering a host of activities and facilities.
*The University has secured a contract with Liverpool City Council’s Lifestyles Fitness Centres until August 2021.
From sports teams to societies, there are over 100 student groups to choose from, run by Liverpool John Moores University Students’ Union (JMSU). Joining a student group helps students to branch out, meet new people and get the most out of their time at the University.
The 3 year study programme in Architecture was indeed very exciting. The degree was well organized with supportive lectures for our final designs which really contributed to our final outcome
The university provides many field trips to practise conservation skills we learned in lectures. Although I think the over all level of education and marking could be upgraded, but this accounts to the whole UK system. My overall study experience was good though, I’ve learned how to write papers and use many practical techniques. Also, I’ve been prepared for jobs with CV...
I am now in my second year of university and overall, I feel that my experience has been very good. I am studying criminology, which at times can be very difficult but the knowledge I have gained is unimaginable. It’s helped me to find myself and realise what job aspect I would enjoy for the rest of my life.