Liverpool John Moores University
With such eclectic notable alumni as Olympian Steve Parry, Radiohead's Phil Selway and Royle Family writer and actress Caroline Aherne, Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) is never far from the headlines.
Gaining University status in 1992, LJMU has continued to attract massive numbers of students and currently serves more than 24,000.
The former Liverpool Polytechnic is named after popular local businessman and philanthropist, John Moores.
The University excels in all areas, particularly areas such as multimedia and sports science.
LJMU was awarded the Queen's Anniversary Prize in 2005, recognising the outstanding contribution the institution has made to to cultural life in the United Kingdom.
Honorary fellows include Ken Dodd, Steven Gerrard, Delia Smith and Kim Cattrall.
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