Liverpool John Moores University

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University seems to have a keen interest in student welfare. Very good support systems in place and a focus on making sure students are coping, not just about grades. Amazing social life, best, local and cheap nightlife. Interesting modules with great lecturers.

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Teaching Excellence Framework Award (TEF)

TEF Silver Award

Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) has been awarded Silver in the Government’s Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF).

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Open Days

Experience the famously warm welcome of both LJMU and Liverpool first-hand at one of our university Open Days.

Explore our campuses, find out about your subject, accommodation, funding and welfare and let us introduce you to life at LJMU.

2019 Open Day dates

Friday 21 June 

Saturday 28 September

Saturday 19 October

Wednesday 6 November

If you want to visit us outside of these dates, why not book on to one of our campus tours. They are led by a current LJMU student and last for about an hour.

Upcoming open days
    • Sunday 20th October 2019
    • Undergraduate Open Day
    • Undergraduate
    • find out more
    • Thursday 7th November 2019
    • Undergraduate Open Day
    • Undergraduate
    • find out more

Student Life in Liverpool

Joining our student community means you become part of a vibrant and enterprising city with a distinct personality. The people of Liverpool live life to the fullest and the city is passionate about everything it does: from art and fashion through to football and music.

The city’s unique character has a universal appeal. From the Ropewalks with its independent shops, clubs and bars to the Georgian Quarter, home to our imposing Anglican Cathedral and cobbled streets; the city centre with its award-winning Liverpool One shopping district and the Baltic Triangle with its hip cafés, vintage markets and street food pop-ups.

Liverpool is a compact city, safe and best explored on foot, so the good news is that you can leave your car behind. (We have a great public transport system and bike hire scheme too, should you want to venture further afield.)

Famous for our friendly welcome, the warmth and curiosity of Liverpool is a legacy of the city’s illustrious maritime history, dating back over 800 years. Once the gateway to the world, the city continues to welcome visitors from around the globe, attracted to this international city’s ability to provide something for everyone.


  • Liverpool was crowned Unesco City of Music in 2015 and hosts an award winning international music festival*
  • Liverpool biennial is the largest contemporary visual arts event in the UK, and one of the world's best attended arts festivals
  • The city was recognised as a European capital of culture in 2008
  • Liverpool's waterfront is a Unesco world heritage site, like the Great Wall of China and the Pyramids of Giza in Egypt.
  • Purple flag accreditation means Liverpool is a safe place to enjoy a night out, and what a night - with over 300 bars, clubs and restaurants to choose from.
  • The city has more galleries and museums, including Tate Liverpool and the museum of Liverpool, than any other UK city outside London and boasts outstanding architecture around virtually every corner

*Liverpool International Music Festival (LIMF) National Outdoor Events Association (NOEA) ‘large festival of the year’ 2017


Travel information

However you decide to get here, you’ll find that Liverpool is extremely accessible from just about any destination.

There are major motorway links to the M62, M57, M58 and M56 and all are within easy reach of the city centre and LJMU itself. Liverpool is well served by public transport too, with a mainline railway station (Liverpool Lime Street) located right in the city centre, a National Express coach station, a ferry terminal and an underground railway. In addition, there are two city centre bus stations, taxis are cheap and plentiful, and, if you need to go over the river, you can always take a ferry ‘cross the Mersey.


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Liverpool John Moores University
Student Recruitment and Admissions
Ground Floor, Exchange Station, Tithebarn Street
L2 2QP

Course enquiries:

T: +44(0) 151 231 5090
E: [email protected]

International enquiries:

T: +44 (0)151 231 5090
E: [email protected]