About University of Liverpool
The University of Liverpool founded in 1881 is the original ‘red brick' university. As a founding member of the prestigious Russell Group the university is one of the UK's leading research-intensive universities and has produced nine Nobel Prize winners.
Consistently ranked in the top 200 universities worldwide it has an annual income of £577.7 million, including £98.6 million for research.
Offering over 600 undergraduate and postgraduate courses the University has 33,500 students including 11,700 international students, and a ...