- Art and design
- Biological sciences
- Business, management and marketing
- Criminology and sociology
- Degree Apprenticeships
- English literature and creative writing
- Fine art
- Foundation for Citizenship
- Health and nutrition
- Journalism, media and film
- Liverpool culture
- John Moores Students' Union
- Not the 9 to 5
- Nursing, midwifery and paramedic science
- Primate behaviour
- Public health
- Secret Lives
- Social science
- Society and culture
- Sport and exercise science
- Student life
- Student Voices
To mark International Women’s Day, we catch up with some seriously talented females…
Lindsay Wilkinson takes viewers on a virtual walking tour, telling the tale of nineteenth-century convict, Mary Smith.
Joshua Marriott has come up with a solution to deal with returns to the high street that benefits both the consumer and retailer.
A year after graduating, Isla Murray speaks to us about her career journey so far and how LJMU helped to set her up for success....
Award-winning LJMU graduate Jenna Campbell shares the ups and downs of her journey to becoming a screenwriter.
LJMU Law LLB graduate Eve Salter discusses her learning experience at LJMU and how she’s been able to make a real impact...
Sport and Exercise Science graduate Niamh Charles tells us about the road to becoming a professional footballer and fulfilling...
Gemma Griffiths was one of the first PhD candidates to defend her thesis virtually during the start of lockdown. We find...
Tim Byrne studied law at LJMU and is the founder of Trailblazer. We spoke with him to find out more about the publication.
Having been in the military for almost 24 years, Tony Grogan was ready to take on a new challenge. Excited by the prospect...