Applications for undergraduate programme are accepted through the UK's central universities application organization, UCAS. The application process usually starts the September prior to the year of entry with a deadline of January 15th (UK/EU students) and June 30th (International students). Applications after the deadline could be considered if there are still spaces available. After the UCAS deadline, students who have the appropriate qualifications can apply directly to the University via International Clearing at the beginning of July.
Postgraduate Taught and Research applications are taken either online at the University’s Postgraduate site or by downloading and filling in a paper application. For some programmes students should apply directly with the department: applications for all courses at Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and Radiotherapy PGDip offered by the School of Health Sciences. The University advises students to apply as early as possible before the start of their degree. Nearly all taught programmes start in September. Research degrees (PhD, MPhil) may begin on the first day of any month of the year, with a small number of exceptions. Some programmes have earlier deadlines. Please review individual programme’s page for deadline information. If you have additional questions, please send a request to University of Liverpool.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport is around eight miles from the city centre and offers flights from various parts of Europe. A low-cost bus service from the airport to the city centre is operated by Merseytravel. Manchester Airport, which is around 45 minutes from Liverpool, is the destination for flights from around the world. There is a direct rail link and coach service from the airport to Liverpool City Centre.