LJMU awarded Top 20 in StudentCrowd University Awards

Liverpool John Moores University has been awarded top 20 positions across seven categories in the StudentCrowd University Awards 2023.

Liverpool John Moores University has featured in seven categories across the StudentCrowd University Awards 2023. This includes being ranked 7th in Best Universities for Personal Tutor and 16th in the Best UK Universities categories. As well as these notable positions, the university also featured in the top 20 for 5 other award categories.

Top 20 in seven categories at StudentCrowd Awards 2023

  • #16 for Best UK Universities 

  • #7 for Personal Tutor 

  • #11 for Job Prospects 

  • #13 for Course Content 

  • #15 for Teaching Quality 

  • #16 for Value for Money 

  • #18 for Careers Service 

The StudentCrowd University Awards are the only independent awards based entirely on verified ac.uk student reviews. This means students at Liverpool John Moores University have considered their experiences worthy of praise. 

One student who rated their experience at LJMU highly said: 

“The staff at LJMU have all been lovely and, if ever I have needed to contact them regarding anything at all, they have been helpful and friendly. There have been many opportunities to be involved with societies and clubs, and part of research by students. The social spaces and lecture halls are comfortable and clean, with the Wi-Fi working on my laptop and phone.” 

StudentCrowd analysed a total of 24,041 university reviews to select the top 20 across 11 different categories. The winners are selected based on their average review score over the 24-month period from June 2021 to May 2023. The average review scores are across our university, course and accommodation review categories. 

Find out more about the StudentCrowd University Awards 2023 

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