University of Liverpool

The University of Liverpool is present in the city of Liverpool, England. This teaching and research university is a member of the Russell Group of large research-intensive universities and also the member of N8 Group for research collaboration. This university was established in the year 1881 as a university college. It is also one among the 6 original “red brick” civic universities. This university has created 9 Nobel Prize winners and provides over 230 first degree courses across 103 subjects. This university has an annual turnover of £340 million, comprising £123 million for research.

This university has the 6th largest financial endowment of any UK university and is valued at £110m, according to the Sutton Trust. This university is a naissance member of the Northern Consortium. This university has more than 23000 registered students, with approximately 18000 full time registered students. This university has a wide range of teaching and research in both arts and sciences, and has a large medical school, that is linked with the neighboring Royal Liverpool University Hospital. This university possesses a Students’ Union to portray students’ interests, called as the Liverpool Guild of Students. Education in UK is always highly regarded and so is this university since it offers great education.