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Entry requirements

The following requirements are a guide only and can differ depending on your course of study and your own personal experience.

Undergraduate

Applicants require a Certificate of Complete Secondary Education and one year of study on a Bachelors degree, Specialist Diploma or Certificate of Vocational Education.

Postgraduate

Applicants require a Specialist Diploma minimum grade of C or 70% or 3.0 (GPA 4.0 scale).

If you require further information, please get in touch with us.

English language

All international applicants must have an internationally recognised English language qualification, such as IELTS (International English Language Testing Service), Pearson Test of English (PTE) Academic or TOEFL iBT. There may be some exceptions to this requirement if you are from a majority English speaking country, in which case, a recent high school diploma or equivalent may be sufficient.

There may be other English language qualifications we can accept, depending on the exam board and period of time in which they were achieved. If you are unsure if you are in receipt of a suitable English language qualification and would like us to consider it, please attach the relevant documents to your application and we will assess this for you.

Scholarships

Undergraduate

Generous undergraduate scholarships are available to exceptional new students joining the University in 2019/20, including students progressing from the LJMU International Study Centre. Visit this page for eligibility criteria and details on how to apply.

Applicants must not be in a receipt of any other scholarship offered by the University. 

Postgraduate

Postgraduate scholarships are available to exceptional new students joining the University in 2019/20, including students progressing from the LJMU International Study Centre. The Scholarships take the form of full or partial tuition fee waivers. Visit this page for eligibility criteria and details on how to apply.

Applicants must not be in a receipt of any other scholarship offered by the University.

Meet us in your country

Throughout the academic year, we frequently travel to other countries to visit students interested in pursuing their education in the UK. We may be visiting a city near you in the coming months, so be sure to keep up to date with our travel plans in our events pages. There, you will also find a list of contacts in our recruitment team who would be happy to discuss your study options with you.