Liverpool waterfront


Liverpool John Moores University

Est. Liverpool 1823


At Liverpool John Moores University we might search into the furthest reaches of space, and question the nature of the sub-atomic soup of particles that surrounds us – but when it comes to matters closer to us we’re sure of one thing:

We’re proud to be made in Liverpool. And we’d love to welcome you to our city.

Liverpool waterfront, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, featuring The Three Graces: the Royal Liver, Cunard and Port of Liverpool Buildings.

Why Liverpool?

With more galleries than any other city outside London, an unrivalled nightlife scene and a vibrant, year-round calendar of events, Liverpool has big city buzz and a small city warmth.

One of Europe's most freespirited, dynamic and cultured cities, things are happening here. And they’re happening fast.

With a cosmopolitan student population drawn to LJMU’s impressive reputation for world class research, matched with our unrivalled range of facilities, Liverpool is a welcoming, multicultural and thrilling place to study.

Like our city, LJMU is passionate, innovative, curious and creative. And our bonds with the city that surrounds us are deep and strong.  

Come and take a look at how Liverpool can help shape your future for the better.