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If you've ever wanted to check out the amazing facilities at LJMU or see what the campus looks like before you visit for an Open Day or start classes, well, now you can.
We name some of the best places to study in our guide to the quiet, student-friendly cafés of Liverpool.
Meet Carl Langan-Evans – high performance coach, Sport Scholar alumnus and key member of staff in the School of Sport and Exercise Sciences.
Joe Moran, author and Professor of English and Cultural History at LJMU, shares his unique perspective of the festive celebration.
Two nursing students at LJMU volunteered their time to teach schoolchildren how to perform CPR as a part of an initiative to encourage people to learn the lifesaving technique.
We talk to sport coaching expert Tabo Huntley about a project that aims to address the issues surrounding the development of disability sports coaches and their efforts in supporting the sporting experiences for disabled people.
While there is a lot of policy focus on undergraduates from disadvantaged backgrounds, reasons for promoting wider access remain varied; a desire for social justice or a desire to meet the needs of employers and the UK economy for skilled graduates, for example.
Two engineering students were given a behind-the-scenes tour of the Queensway Tunnel to discover the innovative feats of engineering and construction that went into creating the infrastructure.
Richard Armstrong, recipient of the new Beth Tweddle MBE Award in MSc Strength and Conditioning, talks about what led him to study at LJMU and how he deals with new challenges.
Mike Hollows, a PhD candidate (Creative Writing) at Liverpool Screen School, has just released his first book – and he wrote it while studying at LJMU.