Liverpool University was established in 1881 and is also one of the six original "red brick" civic universities. The university has produced eight Nobel Prize winners and offers more than 230 first degree courses across 103 subjects. The University is mainly based around a single urban campus approximately five minutes walk from Liverpool City Centre, at the top of Brownlow Hill and Mount Pleasant.The two main university accommodation complexes are both located in the Mossley Hill district of Liverpool. These both belong to the University, and include the Greenbank and Carnatic complexes. The Univesity has produced some notable alumni including producer Phil Redmond, poet Carol Ann Duffy and the former Everton footballer Barry Horne.
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LIVERPOOL strengthened its world class position in nuclear science with a visit from the head of CERN, the European Organisation for Nuclear Research.Read
TWO Liverpool universities are celebrating an annual surge in student applications.Read
ONE of the nation’s best loved writers and the man behind Liverpool One were awarded honorary degrees from the University of Liverpool.Read
THE writer behind the London Olympics opening ceremony and the developer who oversaw the creation of Liverpool One will receive honorary degrees.Read
A NOBEL prize winner opened the UK’s first teaching laboratories to house different scientific subjects in one building at the University of Liverpool.Read
LIVERPOOL University’s new £45m eco-residences Vine Court will open its doors this term.Read
THE boom in student accommodation in Liverpool city centre continued to gather pace with 1,500 new units given approval.Read
THE looming introduction of tuition fees led to unprecedented competition for places at the region’s universities, a Liverpool Post investigation reveals.Read
A LIVERPOOL medical student has hit out at the cost of gaining a degree for young people from low-income families.Read
I WAS encouraged at the stance taken by the Liverpool University students regarding the sale of poppies, and disgusted at the decision taken by the management to try and block these shop sales (Daily Post, Oct 21).Read