LJMU welcomed partner organisations from across the world to the Students at the Heart conference.
The Global Collaborative Partner Forum brought together colleagues from seven different countries for a number of events at the university and in the city; they enjoyed a tour of LJMU facilities in our City Campus and a sightseeing trip around Liverpool.
The forum shares best practice around the international student experience, with institutions represented from across Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
During their visit, our guests were introduced to LJMU’s newly-launched Internationalisation Plan and visited the Bicentenary room at the Students at the Heart conference to add their congratulations as we celebrate 200 years.
Dr Julia Wang, Director of International Relations, said: “It was an absolute pleasure to welcome so many of our international partners to Liverpool and to our Students at the Heart conference.
“These relationships are crucial to the university as they enable us to identify and develop collaborative partnerships across the world, attracting international students to LJMU and providing global opportunities for students from the UK.
“I’m delighted that our partners took the opportunity to celebrate our Bicentenary with us and we will continue to work closely with them all to create fantastic opportunities for students and staff.”