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Working to make every aspect of your student experience fantastic, meet Julia, Angelina, Howisha and Fiona
Liverpool School of Art and Design students take part in a life-changing trip to explore the art and culture of the Caribbean island known for its sun, sand and laid back lifestyle.
Matthew Ramsbotham, a recent graduate from LJMU's Science and Football course, is well on his way to an exciting career in the sport having taken part in internships at Liverpool and Everton Football Clubs.
Sam Henty has been selected as one of Bloomberg New Contemporaries for 2018. We find out about his art, what it means to be a New Contemporaries artist and why Liverpool is an inspirational city for artists.
LJMU academics work alongside artist to create a board game that brings the experiences of life on probation to the general public.
Clearing is all about exploring new opportunities: we're here you help you make a life-changing decision
A new programme that sees older adults passing on traditional skills to young people is gaining momentum following a successful pilot.
The value of a university education has been a hot topic for some time. We look at the benefits to doing a degree - why it's a valuable investment in the professional and personal future of students.
There’s been so much talk about the health benefits of eating chocolate that we wanted to find out the truth behind all the headlines. We speak to sport science PhD student, Daniel Sadler to get his perspective.
You've finally made it to the big day but you're in a state of semi-disbelief. How can you be sure it's really happening? Not to worry, we list some of the unmissable signs that you've made it to graduation.